You will have no issues navigating around this perfect city-break destination due to its tram system; river boat trips and pedestrianised streets making for a pleasurable exploration environment. Moreover, with Nottingham being the home of Robin Hood, it is the ideal place to partake in a little bit of adventure and mischief. 

Renowened for its exquisite culinary scene, Nottingham is certainly a location on the UK map due to all the additional culture and entertainment it can serve up for its visitors. With action both above and below ground (tours can be taken of the mysterious underground City of Caves) and events ranging from funfairs to festivals, there is always something going on in Nottingham.  

The old meets the new here in this vibrant city with The Galleries of Justice Museum documenting the hideous history of crime & punishment and the Newstead Abbey once being the romantic parkland residence of Lord Bryon while the Capital FM Arena hosts the famous faces of today from the entertainment, sports and business realms. Likewise, in the historic yet hipster Lace Market, the major UK contemporary art space, Nottingham Contemporary, can be located; further blending the new and the old. 

Overall, Nottingham is certainly not a destination to be neglected.