Norwich city life
Norwich is an important artistic and cultural centre in U.K., with some of the most remarkable architectural buildings waiting for you to feast your eyes upon them. You will not get bored in Norwich as you will have plenty of leisure activities to choose from.
Main attractions of Norwich include:
- Norwich Cathedral
- Norwich Castle
- Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum
- Dragon Hall
- The Forum
- The Museum of Norwich
- Strangers' Hall
- St. John the Baptist RC Cathedral
Walk on the cobbled streets and museums of old Norwich, make some shopping at the largest shopping centres in the city, the Castle Mall and Intu Chapelfield. Relax and take long promenades in the parks: Chapelfield Gardens in central Norwich, Sewell Park and James Stuart Gardens.
Sports fans can enjoy a football game as Norwich is home to Norwich City Football Club and you can also practice hockey in one of the five field hockey clubs. Try the dry ski and snowboarding slopes of Norfolk Ski Club.
Norwich Arts Centre is a notable live music venue so you can attend a nice concert here if you’d like. Norwich hosts several festivals, the most popular are the annual the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, celebrating art.
Choose from one of the many pubs, bars and clubs and enjoy a fun night out with your peers. Savour some of the British as well as the international cuisine in one of the various restaurants.
International atmosphere in Norwich
Norwich is a city promoting and valuing cultural diversity. Mainly, the international crowd is represented by the large number of international students. Norwich is also home to several ethnic communities, mainly Irish, Arab and Asian (Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi) people.
In Norwich, support international business projects, creating a sustainable city, creating an appealing place to live and work.
International business people and multinationals can benefit of a general support for business projects, as Norwich is continually trying to create a sustainable city and an appealing place to live and work.
Like the rest of the British Isles, Norwich has no extreme temperatures and moderate rainfall precipitations throughout the year. Norwich's location, close to the North Sea can sometimes produce snow or sleet showers during the winter months or sea fog during the summer. Average high temperatures in winter (December – February) are 15 C (60 F) and during summer months are around 32 – 33 C (90 – 91 F).