Leicester has a history dating back two thousand years, and is one of the oldest cities in the United Kingdom. It did not receive its city status until 1919. This city is a mystery until the Roman conquest. This is known by the amount of archaeological evidence that has been found there.
Leicester is an easy place to get to, as it is very central and has many transport links around the city. If you go there for a shopping trip, you will not be disappointed by the high street names that are there in the Highcross Quarter. Leicester market is one of the most popular attractions of the city, and sells a huge selection of products. This city is very popular with food lovers. It has many cultures and a variety of cuisine, the most common are Indian and Caribbean food.
Leicester goes back to Saxon times and has a huge amount of historical buildings. If you are interested in a city’s local history visit Leicester Castle and view its ruins, St Martin’s Cathedral with its gothic features and the central Clock tower. The cathedral dates back to the twelfth century and is adjacent the grammar school, which was built in the same era. Inside you will see colourful stain glassed windows, and the East window is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the First World War. The Market clock tower stands near to the shopping centre, and is a great meeting place. After being a traffic island for many years after it was built in 1868, it now stands in a precinct where only pedestrians are allowed. Apparently, the clock tower’s design was decided upon by the town’s people entering a competition. It is built from Ketton stone and Mountsorrel granite at its base. It has recently had a clean is listed as a grade II building. Along the famous Jewry Wall are the Roman Bath remains that were used in the city many centuries ago.
Depending on the day or the time of year you visit, you can go and watch a football match at The Walker’s Stadium, especially if you are a fan of Leicester City. On the other hand, if you are more of a rugby supporter you can watch a game by the Leicester Tigers or there is always the cricket club. After all that sightseeing you will be in need of a well earned rest, the use of a memory foam mattress will be great after walking around all day.
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