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The weather in Leicester
The above is a climate diagram for Leicester. On average, the warmest month is July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Leicester holiday lettings - Stay in comfort in this pretty town
Rent an apartment in Leicester and discover one of England's oldest cities, famed for its impressive cathedral and Roman structures. Bask in the delights of the cafes and restaurants in the central old town before exploring the museums, such as the Science Museum and the Richard the Third Centre.
Eating out in Leicester
In recent years, the independent restaurant scene has exploded in Leicester, with great eateries popping up all over the city. The Lanes and St Martin's Square are the two primary locations with the highest concentration of places to eat - especially if you're seeking a quaint cafe or a small family-run restaurant.
Criterion serves up traditional pub food, along with excellent Italian pizzas. If you like Indian cuisine then Shivalli comes highly recommended. Barceloneta is a traditional tapas joint and they do an excellent breakfast and brunch menu too. If you want to splash the cash, then the Michelin starred Maiyango offers a stunning menu in sumptuous settings.
Culture in Leicester
A Leicester apartment is the perfect place from which to explore one of England's oldest cities. Leicester's compact size means that all of the attractions can be reached on foot. A good place to start is the ancient St Nicholas Church. Nearby, Leicester Cathedral is another impressive monastic structure. The remains of the Plantagenet king, Richard the Third were recently discovered in the city and you can learn more about him at the award-winning King Richard the Third visitor centre.
The National Space Centre is a fantastic hands-on museum, particularly recommended for those travelling with children. The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery boast a range of Egyptian artefacts and plenty of fascinating dinosaur remains.
The Phoneix Cinema and Arts Centre is a multi-purpose facility with performance spaces and film screens. Perfect for art lovers! And, if you are interested in large scale musicals or plays, take a look at what's on at the Curve Theatre with the help of their functional website.
Getting out of Leicester
Located in the county of Leicestershire, there are plenty of great outdoor pursuits - ideal for all the family. The vast landscapes are well suited to long country hikes, horse riding, and cycling. There are many small villages around the area and there are delicious fish and chip shops in almost every one of them.
Ashby Castle is an impressive ruined fortification, just a short hop away from Leicester. The castle ruins make for an excellent day trip. A small tea shop and gift shop just outside the ruins are the perfect place to relax and enjoy the impressive countryside vistas. Alternatives include Belvoir Castle, another highlight of the county, and Twycross Zoo, the perfect destination for those travelling with children.
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