Places To Visit in The East Of England


Bedfordshire has a mix of traditional towns and rural villages and covers some of England's most attractive areas of natural beauty. Tourist attractions include Woburn Abbey stately home and safari park and the RSPB visitor centre at Sandy.


Cambridgeshire is a thriving county of market towns and holds the ancient fens in the north and east. The historic centre of Cambridge and the 'backs', the Nene Valley railway, Peterborough Cathedral and the cathedral town of Ely are well worth a visit.


Running along the borders of London, the county of Essex has the highest population in the East of England and is England's largest county. Why not visit Southend-on-Sea for its tourist attractions. Or the seaside resort of Clacton. If its shopping your looking to do then why not visit the Lakeside Shopping Centre in Thurrock.


Hertfordshire has significant areas of unspoilt countryside. Visit Knebworth and Hatfield stately homes or the Elstree studios.


Norfolk boasts miles of unspoilt coastlines and endless rural market towns. The cathedral city of Norwich combines the historic traditions of Norfolk with modern-day living. Visit the Norfolk Broads, Norwich Castle or the seaside resort of Cromer. For a fun seaside town try Great Yarmouth or for a taste of royalty visit the royal estate at Sandringham.


Suffolk is a largely rural county but is also well known for its Newmarket race course. It also host the busy port of Felixstowe. Rural market towns of Bungay, Lavenham and Woodbridge are worth a visit. The historic seaside centre of Aldeburgh has over 45 miles of largely unspoilt coastline

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