CALLING AT... GLOUCESTER
The cathedral city of the Cotswolds, Gloucester has its roots stretching back to Roman times and has continued to be an important English city, boasting over 2,000 years of history. The country's most inland port, the city has seen unprecedented regeneration in the last decade, most visibly at the city's historic docks.
The restored Victorian warehouses of Gloucester, now filled with shops, bars and museums are the perfect places to spend a day, whether you’re a shopaholic or a budding historian, Gloucester caters to everyone! Not to mention being a sporting centre for rugby, having hosted the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
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Gloucester Railway Station
Managed by Transport for Wales
One of the UK’s most inland shipping ports, Gloucester Docks is a mixture of both the old and new.
With beautiful Victorian architecture, still intact in the old warehouses, The Docks are the perfect place to enjoy interesting views and learn about the history of Gloucester, especially at the National Waterways Museum.
ROBINSWOOD COUNTRY PARK
A terrific walking landscape and enjoyable for nature lovers, Robinswood Hill is a habitat for many creatures, such as badgers, foxes and Red Kites.
The summit hosts fabulous views of the Severn Bridge to the South, the Malvern Hills to the North and the Black Mountains to the West.