Out & About in Herts, Cambs & Essex
Whether it is a walk along the Lee Valley canal, or a stroll around one of the county's many parks and woodland walks, you will never get bored in Hertfordshire. Woodland and lakes are in abundance with many day-ticket fishing activities available. Quality golf courses for the beginner or the next Tiger Woods are available for visitors.
| Country Pursuits | Animals | Stately Homes | History |
The county of Cambridgeshire attracts the largest number of overseas visitors in the East of England, with more than 500,000 of them travelling to the area every year. The historic university city of Cambridge is the real magnet - but the rest of the county has a great deal to offer - inland waterways, market towns and villages, castles, country houses, churches and cathedrals.
| Museums | Entertainment | On the Nature Trail | Cathedrals & Architecture |
This county, home to the Essex way, one of the longest stretches of inter-linking footpaths, is a must for lovers of the outdoors. Bird-watching, horse-riding, golf or fishing - with plenty of modern and traditional restaurants to relax in after your exercise.
| Saffron Walden | Clacton-on-Sea | Colchester |
| Animals | Stately Homes | Other Tourist Attractions | Norwich | Norfolk Beaches |
| Animals | Other Tourist Attractions | Suffolk Beaches |