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The English Riviera, consisting of the Isle of Wight, Cornwall, Devon, Hampshire, Exeter, Somerset and Cornwall, is the closest to living abroad in England. From the UK, it is easy to get to by train and is the perfect place to visit the beautiful history of the region, which includes some of the most famous castles in England, such as St. George’s Castle and St. Mary’s Cathedral, and arguably the best castle in the whole of the UK. This is one of the best places I have visited in recent years, not only for its beauty, but also for its history. The beautifully decorated building is over 600 years old and construction began at the end of the 19th century and cost around one million pesos. Sources: 4, 8, 10, 15

Not much of old Exeter has survived the post-war and post-war development, but the only exception is the area around Fore Street, which descended steeply to the River Exe. Sources: 2

Besides Sandy Park and Rugby, there are a large number of shops, restaurants, cafes, shops and shops in the area. The city centre is also home to a variety of local shops and pubs, many of which are open to visitors, with many restaurants and bars. Sources: 5, 12

If you’re planning a weekend or a week – a long holiday – it couldn’t be easier to get to Exeter. There is a major detour on the M3 route, but from Dartmoor it is easy to get to the Exeters Bed and Breakfast, with the towns and villages all over the countryside. Sources: 1, 7, 11

The town is located off the A38 Devon motorway and is close enough to both Exeter and Plymouth to be about 30 minutes away. It is also a great place to browse in many shops, with lots of food and drinks to satisfy your taste. A day trip to Plymouth is not to be bored, as there is a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops and live music venues. This pretty village is just as far from Tiverton and is well located for a weekend or a week – long holidays in the heart of the city centre. Sources: 3, 8

Exeter Cathedral is one of the city’s most famous landmarks and the beautiful Gothic church is well worth a visit. There are a number of sights to visit, including the last castle built in England, among others. The road to Exeter leads to the Roman bath house, which was actually partly built on the site of a Roman bath house. Sources: 7, 9, 14

Our list of the best places to visit in Exeter includes a range of restaurants, bars, shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels, as well as a variety of attractions. If you are in the city centre, not far from the university, don’t forget to read our guide to the best restaurants in England and Wales and the UK. The location of Exeter College at the University of Exeter means you have a dedicated student and everything on the menu is fresh and tasty. It can be busy, but the welcome is warm and genuine, with many friendly staff and a wide selection of food and drinks. Sources: 0, 2, 10

The data show that there is high economic activity in the city centre and the surrounding city of Exeter. This shows the number of shops, restaurants, shops, cafes, pubs, hotels and restaurants per 100,000 inhabitants in Exeter and the surrounding towns. Sources: 16

Finally, Plymouth is one of the last towns you will reach on our journey from London to Cornwall before you reach Cornwall. Known for its cobbled streets and beautiful beaches, Plymouth is a great day trip to Devon. Sources: 7, 8

This is one of the best places in the south of England to visit, especially if you’re travelling from London to the Cotswolds. The most famous street, Arlington Row, is home to many of London’s most popular restaurants and bars and is in the top ten of our top ten pubs in England. This is really a great place for a day trip to Cornwall or even a week-long – long trip, but it is also a good place for those of you who come from the southernmost parts of England, such as the South West and North West. Sources: 15

No London – to – Cornwall road trip would be complete without a stop at the Royal Cornwall Museum, one of our top ten London pubs in England. Sources: 7

The M5 and nearby A38 are within easy reach, and just outside Exeter is the city itself, which is easily accessible by public transport and bike. It is in the heart of the Devon countryside, just a few miles from the coast and connected to Exeter International Airport by the M5. This fast-growing city is a great place to live if you’re travelling from London to Cornwall or even the rest of England. Car – Rental a car in Exteron is a great opportunity to see the Cornish coast, the Devon countryside (including the dramatic Exmoor National Park, which has been the location for many of our top ten Cornwall road trips in recent years) and a number of other local attractions. Sources: 3, 6, 13

Places: Exeter, England

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