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Exeter is a historic city in the large southwestern England county, Devon, and it is situated on the River Exe. Although, the city is filled with character and ancient history, it offers all the amenities and comforts that would be expected of a modern day city. Having a 2000 year-old, layered history, Exeter boats numerous historical landmarks, such as the magnificent Exeter Cathedral, which dates back to Norman times. Besides Norman architecture, Exeter also has Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian buildings within its Roman walls, pleasantly surprising visitors, every time.
Devon, within which Exeter is housed, is the fourth largest of the English counties, having more than 1 million people, living within its limits, and it is home to part of England's only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Dorset and East Devon Coast, known as the Jurassic Coast for its geology and geographical features, including to Braunton Burrows UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, a dune complex in the north of the county, offering visitors many places of interest and many diverse activities for them to enjoy, whether it's in the outdoors or indoor.
Exeter has many sights worth exploring, and, being conveniently located in a central part of Devon, it offers visitors exciting events and great shopping areas, as a plus, besides the many appealing attractions that aim to suit all preferences.
One of Exeter's most popular and well-known tourist attraction is the wonderful St. Peters Cathedral, with its 2 magnificent towers, which has dominated the city's skyline since the year 1114. St. Peters is an important "page of history" in Exeter's layered timeline, and it is also one of the city's most beautiful buildings.
Another not-to-be-missed experience are the 90-minute tours of Exeter, offered by the Red Coat Guides, that include some of the city's most historical places of interest, revealing captivating facts and tales of Exeter's long and historical past - a pleasant way to get acquainted with your destination.
Step back in time, into the 18th century, by visiting Devon's Killerton House, home to the "Paulise de Bush" costume collection, comprising over 9000 outfits from the past 300 years. The house lies in a beautiful "painting-fit" setting, which includes the hillside garden, by Robert Veitch, a mass of colour all year, surrounded by parkland and woods.
Other major attractions in the area of Exeter, include the city's Underground Passages, unique medieval passages built under Exeter's city centre, dating back to the 14th century, used to provide the city with a constant supply of fresh water from springs outside the walls, the ruins of Rougemont Castle, built soon after the Norman Conquest, the Guildhall, the oldest municipal building in England still in use, and the Butts Ferry, an ancient cable ferry across the River Exe.