Official language: English
Time zone: UTC+1 (summer), UTC+0 (winter)
Currency: Pound sterling (GBP)
Local products which you definitely should try in Exeter are various types of cheese. You can get great types of cheese in, among other, renowned Quicke’s Farm Shop on Newton Street.
For three days in July the Exeter Craft Festival takes place. During the festival, you can see and taste craft and regional delicacies. This event has more than forty years of tradition.
Exeter is a great place to spend an active time there. You can play rugby in Sandy Park, play football in St.James Park, are and if you're an amateur of racing, you should definitely visit Exeter Racecourse.
Exeter is a city located in in the south of Great Britain, in Devon. ? It is a port city on the Exe River, at its estuary to the La Manche Channel. It is the seat of the university. And what else is interesting about it?
It is a small town and the townspeople consider it as the most amazing city in England, with an extremely interesting and long history, which dates back to the 50th century BC, when it was founded by the Romans. A remarkable place, which remembers the past history, is, for example, the city cathedral, which you will find at The Cloister 1. It is surrounded by magnificent greenery, what adds even more majesty to the temple.
Exeter's Underground Passages, also called underground corridors, are also very interesting. They are the only ones in Britain that are available to visitors. You will find them on Paris Street 2. They were built in the Middle Ages, in order to provide drinking water to the city. Today you can visit them with the guide, however, remember to book the trip in due time, because this place is very popular and it would be a pity to miss the chance to visit it due to the lack of tickets.
Thanks to the fact, that the city is located by the river, you will be able to enjoy beautiful afternoons sitting on one of the amazing beaches. Except them, Exeter is surrounded by hills and an incredible, wild nature.
In the heart of Exeter, you will see old buildings, among which you can find a lot of small, atmospheric bars and cafes, offering excellent coffee and delicious cakes. Take a look around and try to find a marketplace, where you can buy fresh local products, directly from their producers.
What are addresses worth knowing? The Beer Engine, which you will find at Newton St Cyres. It is very popular among pubs, especially because of the wide range of beers.
When it comes to restaurants, you can visit The Manor Inn w Lower Ashton, which is located 15 km from the city, Conservatory Restaurant by North Street 18 or The Jack In The Green Inn by Rockbeare, London Road.