I will stay a few days! What else can I do?
If you have a car, we greatly recommend you head to the beautiful Norfolk coast (30 minutes drive). Happisburgh Lighthouse, Cromer Pier, Holkham Beach, Brancaster Staithe, or fun and games at Great Yarmouth are the highlights, but message Vicki about this and she will talk about it all day.
If you are travelling by train, you won’t miss out. You can easily go to Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Sheringham.
You can also drive to the stately homes (huge country houses) around Norfolk, of which there are many. e.g. the Blickling Hall, or the Queen’s winter residence at Sandringham.
The Broads is our idyllic local National Park, and is situated a short drive east of Norwich. The Broads is a network of navigable rivers totalling 120 miles, with boat and canoe hire available throughout. Heading out for a leisurely and peaceful trip on a boat is a very common activity for Norwich dwellers, and no experience is needed.
Cambridge is an incredibly beautiful place to add to your trip and is easy to reach by train. Cambridge is a world famous university city, with the prestigious university buildings in the city centre dating from 1209 also a mecca for shopping and food as well as history.
London. Well, if you haven’t been to London, go there. You can easily explore the free museums, world renowned sights and clubs and restaurants of London for a whole week, though a day is sufficient if you want to see Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, St Pauls, Nelson’s Column and Buckingham palace, with easily enough time to go on the London Eye, art gallery, Natural History Museum or see a show.