Norfolk Holiday Guide

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Why there´s nowhere better than Norfolk...

Norfolk is a popular U.K tourist destination situated in the East of England that is scenic, peaceful and picturesque. It is host to many historical buildings such as Felbrigg Hall, a remarkably well preserved 17th Century house open to the public and maintained by The National Trust, and Norwich Cathedral, set on beautiful grounds and which boasts the second tallest tower in England.

Norwich in particular, is a great place to visit with lots of cool, trendy bars, luxury hotels and fancy restaurants to drink and dine in. This historic city also plays host to the famous Castle Museum situated in the very centre and has not just one but two Shopping Malls; one below the Castle itself and the other, Chapelfield, built on the site of the old Rowntree chocolate factory adjacent to the beautiful Chapelfield Gardens which are used for many live events during the summer months. Norwich also has its own Airport and so is a perfect destination to begin your holiday in Norfolk. And finding a decent flight there at a good price has been made even easier now by using price comparison sites such as when you browse cheapest flights with JetAbroad.com ,they have a very useful cheap flight index which allows you to access a wide selection of available flights at the click of a mouse.

But there is more to Norfolk than just one city! Norfolk is also the location of the fabulous Norfolk Broads which has fine villages and towns such as Wroxham, Potter Heigham and Horning along its shores with some great country inns and pubs to drink in. If you love sailing and messing about on boats, then the Norfolk Broads is ideal and boat hire is very competitive in this area that is rich with natural beauty and wildlife with several idyllic Nature Reserves that you can visit and walk around.

Norfolk also boasts some spectacular coast-line. Great Yarmouth is a particular favourite amongst visitors to this area and attractions here include a busy and exciting sea-front with beaches stretching over 15 miles, the Victorian Britannia Pier with its Live shows and Beer Garden and two thrill-seeking funfair parks; the world famous Pleasure Beach and, for those with a gentler disposition, the much more calmer Joy-land. As well as Great Yarmouth, Norfolk also has beaches at Cromer, Sheringham and Hunstanton to explore, each with their own unique charms. But Norfolk also has Royal connections. Sandringham House has been the private home for four generations of monarchy and is used by the Queen today as a country retreat and local attraction, the Thursford Collection, was the first public engagement hosted by Prince William with his future wife, Kate.

Norfolk really is a picturesque and ideal holiday destination and finding travel there has never been easier now with the introduction of dependable and trustworthy flight comparison sites that can provide you with some unbeatable offers and deals. Simply browse cheapest flights with JetAbroad.com for example, to find just some of these great bargains. You won’t be sorry you did because there is just so much to see and do!

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