Places to stay in Leicestershire

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Places to stay in Leicestershire


Leicester is the largest city in the East Midlands region of England, located on the banks of the Soar River. With a population of approximately 300,000, it is the tenth largest city in England. Leicester has a vibrant populace and is a major industrial and tourist centre of the country. The climate in Leicester is of the variable variety. Summers range from warm to hot while winters are often very cold but come with their share of sunny days. Leicester is one of the cities which can be visited at any time of the year but spring witnesses the most tourist traffic. Leicester is said to have been founded by King Lear of Britain. The city grew rapidly, and today, it has a strong economy with electronics, food processing, plastic and printing being the major components. Leicester is a diverse city that is both rich in culture and in history. This is reflected by museums in the city, which house many objects of local, national and international importance. The museums listed will give knowledge about Romans, machines and motors, dinosaurs, science and the natural and industrial world. Leicester is one of the best cities in the United Kingdom to sample different types of food because of its multi-cultural community and diverse mix. Leicester provides finest Indian restaurants with truly cosmopolitan dining, sometimes with live music. The range of cafes and restaurants in Leicester is wide-ranging; lively Spanish tapas bars, wonderful Italian cuisine, Mexican, Chinese, Creole, French, Greek and Arabic. But Leicester's greatest culinary strength is South Asian food – and don't mean Chicken Tikka Masala - although you can get plenty of that. Leicester has long been graced with an abundance of parkland. Just beyond the city boundary lie almost one thousand acres of wild moorland and ancient woods at Bradgate and Swithland. You can see deer roam freely and peacocks strut in the ruins of Lady Jane Grey's house. Within a mile of the city centre, Victoria Park was once a race course, but is now home to Leicester University. Its lush expanse of grass is a playground for Leicester's citizens.





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