Norwich: A Fine City
My home since I migrated to the UK in 2008, Norwich is a rather quiet city in East Anglia. But this quietness doesnt mean it has nothing to boast. In fact, its the opposite. Norwich is home to a host of attractions from historical buildings and museums to gardens and broads and a lot more. Its a shame I cant talk about it with great knowledge. So for the next upcoming weeks, I will explore this city and and the whole county of Norfolk.
So what makes Norwich a fine city?
Attractions and Events
Two cathedrals, a Norman castle, and ancient city walls the three Big Cs of Norwich which are the three main attractions of the city. Not to mention a whole list of museums, art exhibitions, plays and other entertainment, there is always something to come and see in Norwich 365 days a year.
From High Street to specialists shops, Malls and a host of other independent retailers, Norwich is not just a place for adventurous trips but great for shopping spree as well.
Flying from Norwich
Despite being in a corner of the map, Norwich has got its own international airport where you can fly directly to European destinations and worldwide destinations in connection with Amsterdam.