Norwich is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the full Festival experience. Not only is it a beautiful city, but it's compact enough to mean that most Festival venues are easy to get to on foot - great for evenings when you want to see more than one show.
When you're not at a Festival event you can visit the award winning Norwich Lanes; host to over 300 independent shops, galleries cafes and bars. Or take a trip down Magdalen Street where shops are bursting at the seams with antique and vintage goodies to hunt through. Norwich is also home to the historic Norwich Cathedral and Norwich Castle, both available to visit seven days a week.
For more information about places to stay and things to do in Norwich go to visitnorwich.co.uk
The Norfolk countryside, with the unique Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk Coast, is stunning. You can go for a walk on beautiful Blue Flag Award-winning beaches, take a boat out on the Broads, visit one of Norfolk's many stately homes or even make a trip to see the largest seal colony in England, all less than an hour's drive from Norwich.
For more information about places to stay and things to do in Norfolk go to visitnorfolk.co.uk