Norfolk: Local, characterful guides to Britain's Special Places (Bradt Travel Guides (Slow Travel Series)) Paperback – 28 Feb 2014
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'Eye-opening and wonderful' The Sunday Times Magazine Slow Travel Norfolk is a celebration of the county as well as a guidebook. it is a personal guide, peppered with practical information, and ranges from the Fens to the Broads and the coast to the city Norfolk Magazine 'With a rich level of local detail, these get under the skin of Britain's most relaxing spots.' Wanderlust Magazine
About the Author
Laurence Mitchell is a freelance travel writer based in Norwich; he has lived in East Anglia for over 30 years.
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There are other smaller maps interspersed amongst the chapters, to describe walks and there are a few groups of colour photographs, which give a real flavour of the area. There is an appendix at the back on accommodation, which is really useful, as this is an area where you might want to stay for a while. There is also an index at the end.
This is marketed as a slow guide and I can see the appeal of taking it easy in this area. However, I don't think this means that the guide can't be useful to anybody. Many will I am sure, be driving to this area - but the information and maps are equally useful for this kind of holiday/visit.
Even if you are driving, you would still want to get out and walk along the nature trails and see things like the narrow gauge railway. There are also suggestions for places to eat in every location and this is all up-to-date as at 2014.
Overall a very comprehensive guide that you can maybe pack in a rucksack and use to explore this area - recommended.
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Based our whole tour of Norfolk on this one book, mostly current, easy to use and great information...Published 3 months ago by Markandmelanie