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The Weather in Norwich
Here is our climate diagram for Norwich. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Rent a cosy log cabin or modern holiday apartment for a relaxing holiday in the heart of East Anglia
For a varied short break in one of England’s oldest cities, look no further than Norwich. You'll find a range of holiday rentals in this beautiful city, ranging from quaint black and white timber-framed houses and traditional lodges to modern riverside apartments. Whether you want a rustic log cabin with a warming fireplace or a chic city centre apartment, Norwich offers something for everyone.
How to get to Norwich
Despite its rural location, Norwich is easily accessible from other cities in the UK, with regular train services to London and Midlands. If you prefer to travel by car, the A11 provides a quick route from the South and the Midlands. You could also choose to book a Megabus or National Express Coach.
Exploring Norfolk and Suffolk
Norwich is an ideal base for exploring the coastal counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Be sure to take a train to one of the coastal towns such as Cromer or Sheringham to experience the British seaside at its best. Fish and chips and ice cream are an unmissable part of the experience!
If the weather isn’t looking great you could also take a trip to either Cambridge or Ipswich. Easily accessible by both rail and road, these cities both offer plenty of interesting history and architecture, and in Cambridge you can explore one of the oldest universities in the world.
Norwich's top sights
This 17th century building, now owned by the National Trust, is located in North Norfolk. It's renowned for its stunning Georgian interior and Jacobean exterior.
St Peter Mancroft
The largest of all the churches in the city, St Peter Mancroft was constructed in the 15th century. It is situated in the middle of the town’s historic centre.
St John the Baptist Cathedral
Constructed in the 19th Century, this Catholic cathedral is known for its architecture and is located on the former site of Norwich Gaol.
Built in 1096, Norwich Cathedral is one of the most iconic churches in the region and is surrounded by beautiful gardens.
City of Norwich Aviation Museum
Situated in the grounds of Norwich International Airport, this museum houses a variety of military aircraft and genuine memorabilia from the area’s airforce bases.
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