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Van Hire Norwich
Information About Norwich
Every visitor, whatever their interests, soon discovers the delights offered by Norwich and the idyllic landscapes of the surrounding countryside. Set in the heart of East Anglia, the historic city of Norwich has everything you would desire of a vibrant regional capital. The beautiful countryside and waterways around the city complement Norwich perfectly.
The area is the perfect location to enjoy the contrasts of one of England’s most picturesque counties. From glorious open countryside to the unspoilt tranquility of the Northork Broads, from sleepy villages to the vibrant city with its magnificent cobbled streets, there’s plenty to explore.
To orientate yourself with Norwich why not take an historical walking tour with a In the Norfolk countryside explore the Broads by boat, bicycle or on on foot. There are plenty of beautiful gardensand attractions with wide open spaces ideal for the children to let off steam. And when you want to spend some time indoors there are plenty of historical buildings to discover and explore, there are many annual festivals celebrating art, music and performance. You will find plenty of musical events too.
The city has more medieval churches than any other in Western Europe. The central streets follow their medieval course, outlined by the remaining parts of the ancient city walls, which enclose a wealth of historic buildings. Included amongst them is the Castle which towers above the city-centre, a medieval Guildhall and a Norman Cathedral. The city caters for tourists with an underground shopping mall leading to the castle, lots of cafe venues, an open market, wine bars, clubs, interesting winding streets and beautiful churches. The River Yare flows on the outskirts of the city and the River Wensum flows through the centre, enabling the hiring of boats and canoes and providing along its banks some brilliant walks.
There are several means of transportation including buses, trains, river-buses, cycles and canoes, but its size which is not large will enable you to walk and enjoy its many attractions until you decide to explore the many places to visit which surround this ancient city.
The Norfolk Broads is one of the most popular inland waterways in Europe and provides the perfect setting for a holiday, short break or even a day trip, Ideal for boating holidays Norfolk Broadsis also Britain's largest protected wetland with status equivalent to a National Park. The beautiful, wild expanse of 200km of lock-free navigable rivers, shallow lakes, woodland, fens and grazing marshes, is home to some of the rarest plants and wildlife in the UK to the Swallowtail butterfly to the reclusive bittern.