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A diverse and contrasting landscape, Norfolk is as much about traditional seaside allure as it is about stunning forest trails. Rugged coastlines and lush countryside, unique broadland and the iconic Brecks and Fens combine to create a wealth of tourism opportunities to explore on your holidays in Norfolk.
Whether you want to indulge in a city break packed with culture and history, cycle through the countryside or enjoy the Christmas festivities at Thursford, Norfolk holidays are sure to provide you with things to see and do all year round – whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat or a family break away.
Deep in the heart of Norfolk is the buzzing modern city of Norwich, complete with medieval cathedral and a vibrant history. Here, you’ll find great places to indulge in a spot of shopping, whether you’ve got a penchant for vintage boutiques or designer labels. For a spot of sightseeing on your holidays in Norfolk, pay a visit to some of Norwich’s historical landmarks – including Norwich Castle and Norwich Cathedral.
Beyond the city, you’ll find the picturesque waterways and thriving wildlife of the Norfolk Broads. From traditional railways to restored windmills and medieval buildings, there are many wonderful places to visit during holidays to Norfolk for those wanting to get back to nature, as well as a myriad of outdoor activities to take part in.
If you’d rather fresh sea air and coastal views, head to the seaside town of Great Yarmouth. A great place for family friendly breaks, this resort offers everything from superb sandy beaches to thrilling theme parks.
There is so much to do on your Norfolk holidays; you’ll be spoilt for choice. Take a trip back in time by paying a visit to Holkham Hall. Combining a spectacular stately home, pretty nature trail and a 3,000-acre park, this historic home of the Earls of Leicester is a sight to behold – Keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of the majestic deer that roam the land.
Meanwhile, thrill-seekers should head to Great Yarmouth’s Pleasure Beach for seaside rides or take the little ones to Joyland – a theme park dedicated to younger children. For a walk on the wild side, head to Thrigby Wildlife Gardens to see leopards and tigers while the Sea Life Centre will allow you to get up close and personal with the sharks.
If you’d rather hit the city streets, Norwich is the place to do it. A menagerie of bars and clubs can be found beside these cobbled city streets, from student-friendly nightclubs boasting large dance floors to quaint Belgian-inspired pubs serving a fine selection of real ale and laid-back ambience.
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