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The Christmas market is not to be missed it’s a great place to visit lots of stalls selling
All sorts of goods also food and drink stalls it gets better ever year it is nearly ready
To open this year cannot wait to see grand...More
I must say we were lucky with weather and old part of Nottingham really looked amazing in this autumn days. We enjoyed walking around and admiring old buildings. They really special and preety! We also had coffees and snooped around shops. Kids loved the water...More
Very much a focal point for the city and always lots going on in and around. Good mix of shops, cafes, restaurants etc and major stopping point for the tram. We went late evening and great to see the area all lit up.
Go to Nottingham regularly when I'm in the country. Always a great place to wander around. Lots of alleyways and hidden areas to find and explore.
In the middle of this is what I have always known it has, Slab Square. I can remember the...More
A wide open space in the city centre. Space to breathe and take in the beauty of the surrounding architecture and the bustle of a vibrant community. An ideal place for large events, but at other times a busy hub. A great place to start...More
No market and not muchsign of an old square. The whole place has been subsumed by building works and the feel is of modernity with no sense of the history we expected. Worst part of our day in Nottingham
We enjoyed our stay in Nottingham , but it is a pity about the litter around the Castle so come on Nottingham Council get it cleaned up , after all it is one of your main attractions and please don't blame the so called cuts...More