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Visit Norwich, home to the largest covered market in Europe. In addition to the large shops, independent stores focused on the lanes and five department stores and two malls. The city has a river that crosses it is very within walking distance along its winding streets and the Norwich University of Arts, in the city center has a very juicy atmosphere. The city is full of restaurants and trattorias – stimulate appetite around looking at the menus. To keep up, have some chips on the market!

The Norfolk Broads are ideal for exploring by bicycle, walking or hiring a boat, not long before departing alone in a beautiful unspoiled landscape. Like a national park, Broads are protected from the development and conservation of the environment and wildlife is the top of the agenda. Bird watching here is a joy and will let you discover a lot of picturesque villages and pubs, restaurants and hotels.

After diving into Constable’s paintings at Ipswich, you can explore the landscape that inspired Constable Country. Located in Dedham Vale, one of two areas of extraordinary natural beauty in Suffolk, Constable Country East Bergholt covers and surrounding countryside and cities, and two of the best ways to explore is on foot or by bicycle. You can bring your own bicycle or hire one of the Breaks Cycles, which provide bicycle holiday around Constable Country complete with great trails, stops and accommodations.

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