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Visiting Norwich – A City Guide
The city of Norwich blends history and culture with nightlife and a range of shopping. Visitors like to explore its cathedral and castle, and use the city as a base to discover the Norfolk Broads to the north and beautiful coastline to the east.

Norwich: city layout
Norwich has a compact centre and most places can be reached on foot. The city’s west is dominated by Norwich Castle. The narrow Bedford Street and London Street, home to bustling pubs, form the oldest part of town. The imposing Norwich Cathedral is at the city’s eastern edge. Norwich city centre, close to the art deco City Hall, includes high-street shopping along Haymarket.

The concierge recommends…

  • Exploring Norwich Castle. This medieval fort hosts a local history museum and an art gallery. Climbing to the turrets gives visitors panoramic views of the city.
  • Discovering the ornate cathedral, an important part of Norwich heritage.
  • Taking a trip to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, a significant collection of modern art including works by Francis Bacon and Picasso.

Hotels in Norwich
Weekend visitors to Norwich enjoy the busy Riverside district. Riverside is a short stroll from the train station and home to bustling bars, restaurants and cinemas. The area is close to the city’s football team ground. The historic streets close to the Castle and are also within walking distance.

Those looking to explore the Norfolk county might like to stay just outside the city centre. The residential north of the city is well situated for Norwich International Airport and day trips to the Norfolk Broads countryside. The quieter south side is perfect for exploring Great Yarmouth and the East Norfolk coastline.

Eating Out in Norwich
You can try pork sausages and mash and traditional Sunday lunches, along with a pint of ale, at pubs along Unthank Road. For a gastronomic dining experience, try restaurants along Tombland. The city’s historic market is in the centre, near City Hall. Here you can buy fresh food including local seafood and pulled pork sandwiches.

The chef recommends...

  • Trying a typical Sunday lunch in a traditional pub. Opt for roast turkey with potatoes and gravy, served with a pint of local ale.
  • Tasting locally caught shellfish such as cockles and whelks at the city market stalls.

Shopping in Norwich
For upmarket shopping, head to the Royal Arcade, which houses independent boutiques, including Langleys, a traditional English toy shop. Timberhill is also lined with independent shops selling gifts, home accessories and artisanal jewelry. You’ll find big-name brand shops at the Castle Mall, Chapelfield and Haymarket.

Best gifts to buy in Norwich

  • Colman’s, known throughout the United Kingdom, has been making mustard in the Norwich area for 200 years. The brand has a shop in the Royal Arcade.
  • Bottled local beers and ales can be drunk in pubs or bought from shops throughout the city.
  • Rapeseed oil is produced throughout the Norfolk region and is a popular alternative to olive oil.

Culture & Nightlife in Norwich
Visitors can learn about local history at the Museum of Norwich and enjoy the art collection at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. Norwich is England’s only UNESCO City of Literature and events for book lovers take place year round.

The cosy pubs of Elm Hill offer a traditional English night out. A livelier crowd heads to the bars and clubs of the Riverside district.

Live music in Norwich

  • Norwich Art Centre hosts alternative music gigs, comedy nights and theatre performances most nights of the week.
  • The Waterfront is a live music venue in the Riverside area and is home to gigs by big-name national and international acts. Check the website for a full schedule.
  • Norwich Cathedral has a programme of events including religious and classical music.

Visiting Norwich with a Family
When the weather is good, the historic streets around Norwich Castle and Norwich Cathedral are great to explore. Norwich Puppet Theatre and the Odeon cinema in the Riverside district provide fun entertainment for a rainy day. Further afield, the Norfolk Broads nature reserves are a short car ride away.

Best family attractions in Norwich

  • The City of Norwich Aviation Museum, close to the airport, includes classic and restored aeroplanes.
  • Bewilderwood is an open-air adventure park featuring rope bridges in the Norfolk Broads.
  • Take a trip to Wroxham in the Norfolk Broads. Hire a boat from there and explore the waterways, which teem with birds and wildlife.

Latest Norwich Hotel Reviews

Far better than my previous experience.
By Piermaster
I spend half of my working life in IHG hotels and after my previous stay in a hotel elsewhere in the UK. It was refreshing to stay at this one. Firstly the car park is shared with a supermarket [More] and a sports centre where the local 'fitness freaks' park as close to the centre so they do have to walk too far (Ah bless them) and us hotel regulars usually vie for spaces far and away amongst the trollies! Check in is very welcoming and they are a very friendly team on the front desk who check you in efficiently. The room typical HIE but they have air-con in Norwich, unlike my previous one where you sweated the night away with a small fan for company! Don't worry about the chlorine smell from the swimming pool in the sports centre, it clears away very quickly. Remember to crawl under the desk to switch on the TV at the mains, it is the only exercise you get inside the hotel!! Dinner has a limited choice menu and reasonably priced but only after sitting at a table for almost an hour was I told that you place your order at the bar, there is no sign informing you of that. I enjoyed my two nights there and felt comfortable to the degree that I will come back again and unlike my previous HIE stay, I look forward to returning here. Show less [Less]
Great service poor bed quality
as I have said in the title, staff were great, hotel is nice it's quiet but bed was like a slab of stone! [Less]
Pleasant hotel for business
By mrman1965
Clean and tidy hotel. reception staff very helpful and attentive - addressed a number of issues for me. [Less]
Holiday inn Carrow Rd
Comfortable and pleasant stay, Staff are welcoming, rooms are clean and a great breakfast selection. [Less]
Holiday Inn Norwich city.
By Skell.
Excellent hotel,friendly staff, extremely clean rooms with very comfortable beds.cannot fault at all. [Less]
Great staff, useless wifi
By Wendy
The cost was high for what I got. Clean sheets and hot water can be obtained at competitors' hotels at a third the price. No breakfast was included and I didn't want much breakfast anyhow. The very [More] helpful man in charge of breakfast said he would only charge me £5 for coffee and croissant rather than the whole £14.95 - and in the end this was waived because I complained about the inaccessibility of the Wifi. (Yes, you could get safe high-speed Wifi if you paid extra - but I had already paid quite a whack. Once I had gone through the rigmarole of registering just for my laptop to tell me it would not link up as it was an insecure connection was no joke.) Just as well - it was not a good cappuccino and the croissants were heavy. There was a Morrison's nearby - they do good croissants. Couldn't they have got some there? There was a large selection of other food available which would have been good for carnivores who like a big breakfast. The swimming pool is not part of the Holiday Inn but entrance was included - so this was a bonus. The pool was close by, run by Places for People (or is it People for Places?) and was really good. A very mixed bag in fact. All the staff were really superb. But I will avoid Holiday Inn in future. [Less]
Flying from Norwich
By Bernie
Can thoroughly recommend the Holiday Inn North if you are flying from Norwich Airport and require parking. It is extremely convenient and only a short walk to departures. The booking process directly [More] with IHG was very straightforward which in turn made the check in and check out at the hotel reception very quick and simple. Staff were friendly and helpful. On arriving back at Norwich I had collected the car and was on my way home within 10 minutes of clearing airport arrivals [Less]
Good Stay, park and fly deal
By the clan
This deal is well worth while, given the proximity to the airport. We did not use all the facilities, but those that we did were very good. [Less]
Great service
By Alex56
As expected my stay was superb, from check in to check out. The reception staff went above [Less]

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