Exeter Vacations

United Kingdom
Exeter's sights are richer than those of any other town in Devon, the legacy of an eventful history since its Celtic foundation and the establishment here of the most westerly Roman outpost. After the Roman withdrawal, Exeter was refounded by Alfred the Great and became one of the largest towns …

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Reviews of Exeter

Gianfi
GianfiRome, Italy
09/05/2018

Few cities in England have the simple beauty of Exeter, not too big, not too small, made for the people and the dimensions of their life. Founded by the Romans under the name of Isca Dumnoniorum. It was, at the time (50 AD) the most western Roman fortress in Anglia. Today Exeter is a lively city, with nice restaurants and bars, few interesting museums and an incredible and marvelous Cathedral (don't miss the chance to see it).

Julian S
Julian SThornton Cleveleys, United Kingdom
11/12/2015

EXETER is a lively city with a magnificent Cathedral, Castle, historic quayside area with artisan shops and cafes including Mol’s Coffee House. There are guided tours of the maze of the city’s Underground Passages and a wealth of bars, shops and restaurants. Other attractions include St Nicholas Priory and the Royal Albert Museum & Art Gallery. There are also some fabulous walks and cycle rides along the banks of the river, including one from Exeter to the coast at Exmouth. Cycles, Canoes & Kayaks can be hired from Exeter Quay.

Maram Meccawy
Maram Meccawy
15/06/2013

A nice day out on a sunny day! To reach the top you need to physically abled.

Milena Moledda
Milena MoleddaDublin, Ireland
09/07/2012

I left my heart in Exeter!

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