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Shrewsbury: The Town of Flowers

The authentic charm and rustic beauty of Shrewsbury attracts thousands of visitors every year; located upon the beautiful banks of the River Severn in the verdant West Midlands, this quaint county town presents guests with venerated visions of preserved beauty and majestic Medieval architecture. Immerse yourself in the historical enchantment for an unforgettable visit to one of England's most loved locations.

Medieval Majesty

Transport yourself back to a bygone age with a wander around the historic Town Centre, an anachronistic area filled with black and white timbered buildings, winding narrow streets and archaic alleyways. The centre boasts over 600 listed buildings, and is therefore considered a paradise for historical enthusiasts; visit the world famous Shrewsbury Abbey, a sacred site of worship since the Anglo-Saxon times. The stunning architectural structure that boasts prismatic stained glass windows and interminable stone ceilings. Next, visit the bounteous blooms and captivating collections of Shrewsbury Castle, the revered home of the Shropshire Regimental Museum Trust that includes uniforms, weapon, medals and photographs dating back to the 18th century. Shrewsbury was the birthplace of the seminal scientist Charles Darwin, and reminders of his association are peppered around the town; the recently unveiled Quantum Leap sculpture was created to celebrate Darwin's bicentenary and is housed in the majestic Mardol Quay Gardens, an area that celebrates Shropshire's geological history by representing different geological periods of the county. It's a wonderful place for a seren stroll before an indulgent spot of afternoon tea at the quaint Camelias Tea Rooms which lies opposite to the heritage gardens of the 12th century St. Alkmund's Church. Admire the opulence of the tea rooms' rich oak panelling and glittering chandeliers while sipping on specialist Suki teas and nibbling upon freshly baked pastries.

Sail the River Severn and Frolic Amongst the Flowers

The town of Shrewsbury circumvents the serene River Severn, which affords visitors gentle riverside walks that burst with wonderful wildlife. Embark upon a cruise on the pleasure boat Sabrina to enjoy the scenic sights at a relaxed pace. Disembark at the picturesque Quarry Park to enjoy the blooming splendour of the botanical gardens; Shrewsbury has earned the lovely title of 'The Town of Flowers' due to the fact it hosts the annual Flower Show which Quarry Park is home to. Stunning gardens feature fabulous fountains and kaleidoscopic arrangements of flowers to delight all of the senses. Conclude your idyllic day with a taste of culinary creativity at the contemporary Romolo Restaurant; the innovative Italian restaurant serves sumptuous seafood, perfect pasta a succulent steaks in an inviting ambience. Toast the traditions of the town with a glass of chilled Chardonnay before reflecting on your unforgettable experience.