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New tourist guide showcases all that Nottinghamshire has to offer

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Nottinghamshire’s official guide for accommodation, sports, entertainment, culture, shopping, drinking, dining and more has just been launched by Experience Nottinghamshire, the destination management organisation responsible for driving leisure and business visitors to the city and county.

The inspirational Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Visitor Guide is packed with almost 400 suggestions of attractions and events to visit, great places to stay and the best of where to drink and dine, providing a one-stop shop for visitors to Robin Hood country, reinforcing that, ‘One day in Notts is never enough’.

Robin Hood is just the beginning of the visitor journey to Nottinghamshire.

Complementing the discovery of our most renowned outlaw is a feast of experiences waiting for visitors to explore – from a city of caves, with the oldest ice age art at Cresswell Craggs, to the world famous sporting landmarks of Trent Bridge cricket ground and the National Ice Centre, where Olympic ice champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean first started their journey to gold medal stardom.

Jennifer Spencer, Chief Executive, Experience Nottinghamshire, said: “This is the biggest Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Visitor Guide we have ever produced and we are sure it will be extremely successful in promoting Nottinghamshire to visitors as it showcases the best the city and county has to offer. Nottinghamshire is a diverse county that has so much to offer visitors they need to stay for longer than a day. With its central location in the heart of the UK, it is easy to get to, too.”

For the first time ever, in addition to almost 400 suggestions of where to visit and stay, the essential guide includes useful itineraries to help visitors decide how to make the most of their Nottinghamshire experience.

Explore the heart of the city and its many cultural attractions – including the Galleries of Justice Museum, England’s most haunted building; discover ancient woodland in Sherwood Forest; take a trip to the historic Dukeries in the North – an area steeped in history; visit our iconic sporting grounds; spend a day exploring Newark’s heritage or uncover historic attractions in the elegant Georgian town of Southwell.

For further inspiration on what to do and see in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, visit www.experiencenottinghamshire.com or pick up a copy of the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Visitor Guide from the Tourist Information Centre, 1-4 Smithy Row, Off Old Market Square, Nottingham, NG1 2BY, tel. 0844 77 5678.

 

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