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Exeter Travel Guide  

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Exeter, also known as the ‘West country’, is located in Devon County, England. Situated on the border of the Exe River, it has a population of about 120,000 inhabitants. Exeter is a city rich in its history and is a central base for education, economy and religion in the county.
The climate in Exeter is mild in nature with humidity being a dominant factor. Summers are warm and long whereas winters are fairly mild. High annual precipitation is experienced in this region.
Historically, Exeter was a rich architectural site, prior to the bombings of 1942. However, the city was reconstructed and all its major buildings were restored. Today, the city has strong industries with the MET office situated here, giving a boost to the local economy.

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Reviews Exeter

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : One of the most visited sites in the city is the Exeter Cathedral. This beautiful structure is the perfect place for a private prayer with various small chapels located within the area. The cathedral has an enthralling history and visitors... more are treated to some spectacular architecture. The Northernhay Gardens is the oldest and most appealing public park in England. The Victorian style of designing, flower beds and evergreen trees make the place alluring to the visitors. The gardens also house several historic statues like the War Memorial and the Deerstalker. Theatre enthusiasts can head to the Northcott Theatre, which hosts an annual open air performance on Shakespeare that is famous throughout the region. The Killerton is a splendid eighteenth century house with a collection of around 8,000 costumes from the classic period known as Paulise de Bush. It also houses a hillside garden with exotic trees and stunning parklands.
Mr X
Overall rating 5
Overall Guide : My wife and I travel a lot to different cities and countries and just got back from America we were so impressed with a service that we received from them, it was a joy to spend our money with them... more same as Australia, even do Exeter is a very beautiful city but we have noticed that the staff in every shop and even the bus drivers they are all very rude... is it a fashion thing in exeter?
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Use park and ride - its a good service. Or ride a bike - there are lots of good bike paths. The Cathdral is stunning and the Museum is great fun, especially as it's free and appeals to all ages. The... more Canal Basin, Roman wall and underground passages are also worth a visit. The shops are much the same as every other town.....
Not to be missed cathedral , canal basin , Royal Albert Memorial Museum
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