Nottingham City centre is a vibrant area with an excellent range of amenities for all, with things for visitors to do throughout the year, including dining in some of the UK’s best restaurants…
Steeped in history visitors to Nottingham’s city centre can enjoy the oldest pub in England – Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem or the Nottingham Castle which is famed for its links with Robin Hood, based in stunning grounds. Alternatively more modern day attractions can be enjoyed including the range of cinemas, bars, restaurants and shops bringing together new and old attractions in a small and vibrant city. Nottingham has become famous for its plentiful boutiques and retail outlets, being home to the flagship store of Sir Paul Smith and with other stores such as Hugo Boss and Diesel, all of which can be found in a concentrated area making Nottingham a shoppers dream.
Nottingham City Centre carries some delightful hidden features, found away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, including the Nottingham Caves which are everywhere beneath the city and have housed generations over centuries dating from Anglo-Saxon time. If caves are not your thing, the city centre of Nottingham has the most bars in a square mile in Europe and some of the finest restaurants the UK has to offer. Visitors can enjoy modern bars and restaurants such as Tonic at Chapel Quarter or more traditional bar restaurants including Merchants in the Lace Market.
The restaurants in the area range hugely from modern contemporary sophistication that is the essence of Tonic Restaurant through to buildings steeped in history but given the modern edge such as Iberico World Tapas restaurant, which is based in a former galleries of justice all of which have help install Nottingham as one of the finest places to eat out in within the UK.
Whatever the reason for your trip to the area Nottingham City Centre, the restaurants on show are a true winner, whether you enjoy an authentic curry or a classic British dish.
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