Nottingham travel guide

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You're Going to Love Nottingham

Nottingham has a rich history and plenty of local culture. One of its claims to fame is Sherwood Forest, home to the mythical Robin Hood and his band of merry men. Take a stroll along the Council House, embark on a tour of Castle Rock Brewery, or survey the city from the picturesque Trent Bridge.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Nottingham

What to do in Nottingham

Nottingham Castle
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Old Market Square
Nottingham Cathedral

When to Visit Nottingham

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July is the hottest month and January is the coldest. The wettest month is June, so make sure to bring waterproof coats and hats. Overall, the moderate climate allows for travel year round.

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How to Get to Nottingham

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Where to Stay in Nottingham

If you're looking for budget accommodation, check out the Igloo Backpackers Hostel. Rutland Square Hotel, in the heart of the city center, is a good mid-range option, as is Hart's Hotel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Nottingham

Where to stay in popular areas of Nottingham

Most booked hotels in Nottingham

How to Get Around Nottingham

The Cost of Living in Nottingham

Shopping Streets

Check out the popular Hockley, with its quirky stores, Victoria Centre, with the usual high street stores, and the Exchange Arcade for more one-of-a-kind finds.

Groceries and Other

The cost of groceries in Nottingham is standard for the UK. 1 quart of milk costs around £0.94 while a dozen eggs will run you £1.58.

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Where to Eat in Nottingham

Check out the Alley Cafe for vegetarian and vegan meals between £4 and £10. You'll also enjoy a taste of Thai cooking at Chai Yo for around £25 for two people.