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Serviced Apartments Norwich

For an exciting weekend away, serviced apartments in the historic city of Norwich present a more flexible experience than a hotel. Norwich is dominated by its magnificent Norman cathedral, boasting the largest cloisters in England, the second tallest spire in the country and an amazing 1,200 carved stone roof bosses – one of the greatest art treasures of medieval Europe. Proud of its past and present status, Norwich’s ancient buildings and city wall remains make it the most complete medieval city in Britain. In medieval times Norwich was one of the greatest cities in England, and today, as East Anglia’s capital city, it still is – offering a rare blend of historic interest and modern sophistication.

The 12th century Castle is one of the finest Norman secular buildings in Europe. Today, as the county's principal museum, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, it is packed with treasures. Its resident collections are of national importance and visiting exhibitions include works from the Tate.

In contrast to the City's medieval buildings, is the architecturally stunning Forum; not only home to the Tourist Information Centre, this unique award-winning venue also hosts a remarkable 24 meter digital gallery displaying a changing programme of film, image and sound. Events include free exhibitions, Covent Garden style street entertainment in summer and an outdoor ice rink at Christmas. The Forum is also home to the regional BBC studios and Norwich's public library. Enjoy superb views of St Peter Mancroft church (the largest church in Norwich) and beyond, from the first floor restaurant.

Norwich has also always been a great place for a night out with stylish cafe bars, pubs, clubs, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, nightclubs, concerts, exhibitions and festivals. The choice is endless so whether you’re into alternative comedy, classical music, top West End musicals or indy films and bands Norwich with its plethora of arts venues and year long programme of entertainment will always have something for you.

Easily reached by road, rail and air nationally and internationally, direct trains from Norwich take approximately 1 hr 50 mins to reach London and run every 30 minutes. Norwich International Airport offers domestic routes from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Exeter, Jersey and Manchester.

The city is now a major regional service centre and the largest economy, in terms of employment, in the east of England. The city has the largest cluster of financial services in the east of England and is a major centre for creative/media industries and health/life sciences. It is also one of the UK’s top retail centres.

Norwich City Council is involved in a range of activities which support the local economy. Over the last decade the city has been transformed through a massive programme of sustainable development and regeneration, making it well placed to grow further.