Living In Norwich In Your Twenties

02/11/2018

Norwich has been labelled “The new Nottinghill” by national newspapers and has also been voted one of the best small cities in the world. For any twenty-something who likes the energy and buzz of city living without the enormous costs, Norwich is perfect.



Norwich has a considerable variation of properties, with plenty to choose from for first-time buyers.



Perhaps the University of East Anglia was what brought you to Norwich, and you fell in love with the city, many people do.
Maybe you’re looking at other cities because you can’t afford to live in London or you’re relocating here due to work, whatever the reason you’re going to love it!



All twenty-somethings are not going to be the same and like the same things, but that’s what makes Norwich so attractive; there’s the buzz of the city and just down the road the calmness of the countryside.



Things to do in Norwich

You’ll never get bored in Norwich; there is something to do every day. You can’t live in Norwich and not visit the city’s favourite building, Norwich Cathedral, set in the 44-acre Cathedral Close. The cathedral was founded in 1906 and is one of the most complete Romanesque buildings in Europe. Norwich also has a castle on a hill, William the Conqueror put it there in 1066 because he wanted to fortify Norwich. If the Victorian era is more your thing, then visit the Victorian Plantation Garden, where you can explore 3 acres of beauty while listening to the musical entertainment. 
If you crave something more modern, then there are always gigs, clubs and festivals happening all over the city throughout the year.



What’s on in Norwich

From ghost walks around spooky Tombland to watching Jason Manford at The Theatre Royal. For good music, there’s The Waterfront on King Street where Stereophonics, Paul Weller, Radiohead and more have performed. There is also the UEA (University of East Anglia) where you can dance away to The Kaiser Chiefs and the Fun Loving Criminals; or pop to The Open on Bank Plain where you have the choice of Soul Train, Dead South or even The Best of Wham!



Art in Norwich

Norwich is full of art from urban art in Anglia square to the contemporary works in the East Gallery at the Norwich University of arts. If you prefer perusing world-class art then visit the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts for one of its many exhibitions.



Shopping in Norwich

Norwich is excellent for shopping, it’s voted as one of the top ten shopping destinations in the UK. 
For small boutiques, vintage wear and independent shops then the place to be is in Norwich Lanes. The lanes have over 300 independent shops, cafes, bars scattered about in medieval alleyways and courtyards. It has two modern shopping malls, one is underneath Norwich Castle and aptly named the Castle Mall. Norwich also has a royal arcade which runs towards the castle ascending from Norwich Market which is one of England’s largest open-air markets.



Eating and drinking in Norwich

Norwich joined the craft beer revolution before it was trendy and it’s the mother of Gin producers it even has its very own Gin Palace; if you like a drink you’ll love living in Norwich! As you walk around Norwich, you’ll see many trendy bars and cocktail stations as well as festivals dedicated to Ale. As for food, it’s the best; you’ll find some of the best restaurants in Norwich as well as celebrity chefs. Norwich loves food so much that it regularly has food festivals as well as a restaurant festival where you can try somewhere different for a set price.



Flights from Norwich

Norwich has an airport which means living in Norwich can connect you to other places very quickly. Popping over to Guernsey and Jersey is easy, or up to Aberdeen, but if you fancy a warmer climate then book a flight to Alicante or Malaga.



Just a few reasons why living in Norwich in your twenties is always going to be the right choice!

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