Not visiting the Norfolk Broads during a holiday in Norfolk would be like travelling to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower, or going to Rome without touring the Coliseum. The iconic Norfolk Broads are located in the south of the county and are part of the wider network of rivers and lakes known as the Broads which also cross over into neighbouring Suffolk.
From the seaside resorts of the county’s north coast to the iconic Broads, Norfolk has no shortage of attractions and places to visit. At certain times of the year though you’ll find even more to enjoy in Nelson’s County. Here’s a guide to some of the most notable events and festivals in Norfolk.
Somerset has a rich agricultural history and throughout the centuries wealthy landowners and others have built grand homes for themselves in the countryside. Today a large number of those country homes and mansions remain standing in perfect condition and are open for public exploration. Many of these impressive residences also have exquisitely landscaped gardens to wander in.
Somerset is the heart of the West Country and is famed for its countryside and agriculture produce. Holidays in the county provide plenty of opportunities to sample traditionally made cider and authentic Cheddar cheese. There are also many different attractions to visit whether you’re enjoying a family holiday or a romantic break.
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