Who doesn’t know of the famous man who stole from the rich and gave to the poor?
Nottingham is primarily famous as the home of the legend of Robin Hood and the wild romantic atmosphere of this time is still in the air. It is not surprising to see a tour guide dressed in tights with a bow and arrow walking the streets of this city. Today, the modern city is often named as the cultural capital of England because of its precious historical buildings.
Even if you’re not a fan of the hero, the magic of this city will envelop you, with its historic buildings, beautiful restaurants, shopping areas and of course, lively pubs. The “Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem” claims to be England’s oldest pub, having served customers as far back as the crusaders. In Nottingham, a drink shared with good company is always appreciated.
Nottingham is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city in the heart of England with easy access to London, Manchester and Shakespeare's birthplace and museum in Stratford-upon-Avon. It is situated in an excellent central location, making it an ideal base for exploring the United Kingdom. Nottingham is a culturally diverse city and home to many multinational companies as well as international businesses.