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Wiltshire: Discover Timeless
Ready to start planning an amazing holiday for the coming year? If you're planning a staycation, once restrictions are eased, Wiltshire is the ideal destination to visit. Need convincing?
There's so much space to enjoy. After an unprecedented year of lockdown, social distancing and new rules to get our heads around, we are all searching for space to relax and are probably keen to avoid the crowds. In Wiltshire, you'll find rolling open countryside and expansive views. With over 8,000 footpaths around the county thereâ€™s always somewhere to stretch your legs off the beaten track! Get the most out of our spacious landscapes by going for a walk, exploring by bike or trying out horseriding. You can even hire a classic car to enjoy a scenic drive in style.
No visit to Wiltshire would be complete without experiencing the magic of Stonehenge and Avebury and the medieval masterpiece of Salisbury Cathedral. Elsewhere around the county, you'll find enchanting stately homes and gardens. Fascinating industrial heritage. Horse and motor racing, animal attractions, and museums showcasing collections of national importance.
Our cafÃ©s, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants serve delicious local food and drink. Fabulous shopping opportunities range from familiar high street names, independent retailers and markets to a first-rate designer outlet and a popular shopping village. Entertainment covers carnivals, fairs and folk festivals. Theatre, comedy and dance. Classical, jazz and world music. Plus writing and reading, talks and tours, history, philosophy and more.
The Great West WayÂ® is an exciting touring route between London and Bristol, where extraordinary history rubs shoulders with everyday life. Around a quarter of the route runs through the breathtaking landscape of Wiltshire. Over rolling chalk hills. Along lush river valleys. Past picturesque towns and villages. This is England undiluted; England concentrated.
"We're Good To Go" is the official UK mark to signal that a business has implemented Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. Many tourist attractions, shops, places to stay, activities and places to eat and drink in Wiltshire have been awarded the mark. Look out for the Good to Go logo when planning your visit.
There's always time for Wiltshire.
So visit Wiltshire this year and discover an essential strand of England's story.