Exeter holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£219|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£233|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£215|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£380|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£210|
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Exeter is a city located in Devon on the southwest peninsula of England. Home to over 100,000 people, Exeter is a historical city with many medieval and Roman landmarks. Set alongside the River Exe and featuring a small network of canals, Exeter holidays are a great way to get acquainted with this British city, well-renowned for its high quality of life and agricultural heritage.
Exeter Holidays: Travel Planning
Exeter International Airport connects the city to various UK and European destinations and trains operate an hourly service to London. Other hotspots of Devon and also Cornwall are all easily accessible by regular train and bus services. Between June and August Exeter experiences warm summer temperatures; the best time to visit and take advantage of the many outdoor activities the area has on offer.
Exeter Holidays Excursions & Attractions
As the area is such a historical landmark in the UK, visitors are spoilt for choice with archaeological exhibits from different historical periods dating back to 250 BC. Crealy Great Adventure Park—located just outside the city—has an array of indoor and outdoor activities for children. The River Exe and its surrounding canals offers great water sports activities and cycling routes along its banks, where holiday-makers can access smaller neighbouring towns and visit the local restaurants, shops and bars.
Exeter holidays has a host of castles, cathedrals and churches located across the city. Tours of the city’s original medieval water system are available all year round. Today they are no longer in use, but these 14th century underground passages run beneath the main high street offering clues into the plan of the city from this period in history, and are a key attraction. Above ground lies Parliament Street, formerly named ‘Small Lane’ and also dates back to the 14th century. This quirky passageway claims to be the world’s narrowest street.