Bordering the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds, Worcestershire is equal in both landscape and entertainment. Known of as the Jewel of the Cotswolds, Worcestershire is a country of contrasts – the clash of quaint country villages against the city of Worcester with its cathedral towering over residents and visitors alike. The regions turbulent past is now enjoyed by cattle who graze in the shadows of Iron Age hill forts, medieval settlement remains or on the former battlefields of the English Civil War and a great place to visit during a trip in your touring caravan.
The cathedral city of Worcester is another advantage of visiting the area. The river Severn runs through the centre of the city, which saw the final battle of the English civil war, where Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army defeated King Charles II's Cavaliers, and the whole city is overlooked by the twelfth-century Cathedral.
Famous for Worcestershire sauce, the region has more to offer in the food and drinks arena, with home cooked pub grub, ciders and ales, many of which are produced locally; it’s easy for anyone to cook up a caravan feast. After which relax in Droitwich Spa's Brine Baths which have been known for their therapeutic qualities since Roman times, explore the Forge Mill Needle Museum at Redditch, which is the only remaining working needle mill in the world, marvel at the gigantic fountain at Witley Court a large stately home restored to working order or have a ride on one of the most popular heritage railways in the country, Severn Valley Railway, where scenes from Goodnight Mister Tom, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe were filmed.
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