Many visit the famous university town of Cambridge, but few travelers venture beyond to explore the bulge of England’s eastern coastline with its sky-wide drained by the Dutch in the 17th century, along the pancake-flat Norfolk coastline with the sea often just out of sight beyond fields and marshes, into Norwich with its ancient landscapes, stunning sunsets, lofty windmills, and unspoilt villages. This itinerary takes you from the vast fenlands, streets and vast cathedral, through sleepy Suffolk villages full of quaint cottages to “Constable Country” where John Constable painted so many of his famous paintings. Be sure to visit Cambridge, but expand your trip to explore this quiet corner of Britain.
NOTE: This itinerary is excerpted from the E-Book title, England, Wales & Scotland: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries. You might want to consider the complete E-Book if you are considering any additional itineraries as there are nine for Great Britain and they are all duplicated in the more complete E-Book.
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Revised 2017 Edition