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Exeter, the cultural heart of the West Country, hosts a year-round programme of vibrant events and festivals. It’s an intimate city with fresh air, birdsong and hilltops on the horizon. Original Roman walls circle the centre and virtually every period of architecture over the last 2000 years remains in splendid evidence, especially the centrally located medieval Exeter Cathedral. The Historic Quayside is great place to go boating, cycling, walking, bird watching and shopping in antique and craft cellars.
What's on Offer
Places to Visit
Exeter's cultural attractions include:
There are three shopping centres within Exeter - Princesshay, Guidhall and Harlequins, all includes high street names and independant retailers.
Recreation & Sport
Exeter's sporting attractions include:
Holiday & Activity Centres
Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre offers an extensive range of outdoor and adventurous activities.
Conference & Business Facilities
The University of Exeter provides extensive conference facilities, which has recently undergone extensive redevelopment. Sandy Park, located on the out skirts of Exeter, has flexible conference accommodation and provides with easy access to the M5 and A30.
There is a wide range of accommodation within Exeter, including five star B&B's, four star hotels, travel accommodation and hostels.
The M5 finishes/starts on the ouskirts of Exeter, with easily signposted routes into the city, or to the nearest Park & Ride.
Travelling to Exeter by rail couldn't be easier.
Nearest port is Plymouth with links to northern Spain.
Exeter International Airport is located 6 miles outside of Exeter and offers excellent ait links within the UK and Europe.