The multi-coloured awnings of Norwich’s central market are one of the landmarks of the main city in Norfolk. Below the striped roofs is a hive of narrow alleys where you can buy an intriguing range of goods and products from household items through to specialist sausages, some of Norfolk’s best fish and chips or everyday items such as clothes and handbags.
It is an impressive setting with the backdrop of the 1930s City Hall, the modern façade of The Forum, the ancient Guildhall and soaring tower of St Peter Mancroft Church close by 레플리카.
Nearby is the area known as Norwich Lanes, a narrow network of pedestrianised streets with independent shops and cafes and an area that is close to some of the best known restaurants in Norwich. It is worth taking the time to explore these medieval streets, and even lose your way for an hour or so before heading back to the more central shopping area.
Within these alleys are the medieval churches that Norwich is so famed for and many are regularly used for worship and are among the many Norfolk wedding venues in the county.
But it’s not just the great churches of Norwich that available as wedding venues in Norfolk. Many other locations ranging from function suites through to restaurants and even one of Norwich’s shopping malls are also making a name as a place to tie the knot. The central area of Norwich around the market is vibrant and lively, with its proximity to shopping malls, major high street retailers and the independent stores where you can find some intriguing items on sale.
If you are looking for lunch or dinner, you won’t have to venture far to discover a Norwich restaurant that meets your tastes and budget. Most offer dining in a relaxed ambience and are perfect for having a break from shopping to take in a light lunch or to go out to in the evening for a more formal meal, perhaps even to show off a new garment or bag that you have bought earlier in the day from one of the enticing shops that you explored on your shopping expedition.