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Surrounded by incredible country side, Durham has a variety of scenic walking routes. So, if you want to explore the county’s main attractions or find some hidden gems, there’s always something to keep you busy in Durham.
Located in North East England, Durham is only three hours by train from London and two from Edinburgh. With two international airports nearby, Durham finds itself to be an incredible destination.
So, whether you’re looking to eat your favourite dish, or want to try something new, Durham has a wide variety of restaurants and pubs to choose from.
Along with a couple of shopping centres, Durham has a number of independent shops to explore. It’s also common for there to be regular farmers markets taking place, from which you can buy some of the best local produce.
Durham Station is only a quick walk from the city centre and is easy to travel to from other major UK cities.
With a top county cricket club, Durham has a keen focus on sport. If you want to get involved yourself, there are a number of recreational sports clubs, gyms and leisure centres to try out.
Durham has a mixture of independent and chain cinemas. It also has the Gala Theatre and Cinema, which is a great, modern venue to catch up on the latest entertainment.
In Durham, there are lots of cafes to get hot drinks and food from. Also, with plenty of bars, Durham has a number of ways you can spend your evenings.