The capital of the county of Norfolk, Norwich is a two-cathedral city. Located 185 km away from London and A11 connecting the two cities, Norwich is a convenient base for visiting the North Norfolk Coast and the Broads.
From the mind-blowing cathedral to the beautiful old houses, Norwich is an attractive city to be in. Its old world charm is indeed a reason to take cheap flights to Norwich. Visit the city to discover a history of 2000 years, to know about the well-known Colman’s Mustard and to enjoy a cup of yummy delicious cream tea in an enchanting medieval building. Be it any season, the charm of this city remains equal throughout.
The city has a host of churches, museums, cinemas, theatres, art galleries and green spaces to keep singles, couples and families entertained. The countryside offers you pastoral landscapes of the Norfolk Broads, a place where you can stroll, cycle, canoe or sail. The Broads are home to the most spectacular avifauna and rarest fauna, offering you a great opportunity to enjoy fishing and bird-watching. You can avail motor cruisers, sailing boats, Norfolk Wherry yachts to explore these regions.
If you like being on your own and roaming around the local hamlets and markets, a pleasurable experience awaits you. You can have a very good time visiting the local farmer markets, shops, breweries, nature reserves, churches, art galleries and gardens.
To begin your tour in Norwich, you can visit the Forum. This modern building is a mind-blowing piece of architecture, and landmark Millenium project in eastern England. Inaugurated in the year 2001, it houses BBC Radio Norfolk, BBC Look East, Millenium Library and The Curve venue and Fusion, the biggest permanent digital screen gallery in Europe. The building also houses the TIC or Norwich Tourist Information Centre, where you can gather all the information about tourist attractions and travel guides in England. Here, you can also have a delicious sip and bite at Café Bar Marzano and Pizza Express respectively. This building is surely one reason to book cheap flights to Norwich.
At a height of 315 ft, Norwich Cathedral has England’s second tallest spire. Its architecture is spectacular with monastic cloisters and glass windows.
You can also visit the other tourist attractions of the city like the Norwich Castle Museum, Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum, Strangers’ Hall, Dragon’s Hall etc. for which you need to stay at one of the luxurious hotels in Norwich which promise the best amenities.