The city is located in Devon, and makes for either a fun-packed weekend break or an interesting and varied base if you’re looking to spend a holiday in Devon.
Exeter is a very accessible city, with lots of places to visit in easy walking distance of the centre. If you prefer, you can always jump on a local bus!
Start your exploration of Exeter at Gandys Street, a cute, cobbled lane situated moments away from Exeter’s main high street.
Onto the narrow street that is Parliament Street, considered the most narrow street in Britain!
One of the most beautiful places to visit in Exeter is their famous cathedral which has brought tourists to it for years.
It’s free entry for all and there’s a huge variety of stalls and sellers here, and food stalls galore.
Here you can find a wealth of independent stores, eco-friendly craft shops, international cuisine and boutique cafes.
It can be difficult for those with additional dietary requirements to find somewhere to eat.
It’s got a magical, cosy feel and depending on when you visit, you can enjoy the variety of entertainment, from jazz nights, quizzes and drag queen bingo!
Nowadays, it’s perfect for an amble with a coffee in hand, as you admire the various flowers plotted around.