Thanks to its strategic position, the city of Gloucester has a rich historic past stretching back to Roman times.
Here you will find a wealth of attractions to visit and explore.
At it's heart in the beautiful setting College Green,
stands the Norman Cathedral with its magnificent fan-vaulted cloisters and great east window. A walk down narrow cobbled
streets and past ancient buildings leads into the main pedestrianised shopping area. From there it is just a short stroll
to the dramatic waterfront of the Victorian Docks with it's impressive converted warehouses. You will be greeted by
a colourful tableau of life on the water and all kinds of vessels, from narrow boats to sea going ships. There are also
pleasure boats to take you on a journey through the past when Gloucester was a thriving commercial port.
Once you have
explored the exciting museums and attractions in the city why not head further a field and discover more about the Cotswolds
and Forest of Dean.