And after a few days here, you’ll know why it’s a bit special. For starters, Norwich is England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, there’s live footy at Carrow Road and the gin tasting at Bullards is lush. If you fancy a day at the beach, take your pick from Great Yarmouth or Hunstanton.
But what else can you do in this chilled-out county?
How about channelling your inner Alan Partridge (A-ha!) at the Colman’s mustard museum? Or buying locally made jewellery or custom sports cars (if you’re feeling flush). And there’s lots of good stuff for kids. Banham Zoo has Siberian tigers and two-spot assassin bugs while Pleasurewood Hills has guaranteed thrills with the Wipeout and Cannonball Express rides.
Super scenery and loads for families to do – Norfolk’s a pretty nice place to be.
There are a whopping 659 medieval churches in Norfolk, the biggest concentration in the world!
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Greater London – there’s more to the capital than red buses and Buckingham Palace.
With lovely scenery and a royal seal of approval, Berkshire’s great for a break. And it’s only 45 minutes from London - always nice.
East Sussex – with cracking beaches and arty towns, it’s a great escape from London.
Ah, Great Yarmouth – lovely beaches, the Norfolk Broads and tons of fun things to do.
Ah, Heacham. Golden beaches. Stripy cliffs. Loads of lavender.