Redhayes pedestrian and cycle bridge opened in 2011, linking the eastern side of the city with the new Science and Business Park and East Devon Growth Point.
Just a 10 minute walk form the city centre, the Quayside is a jewel of the city, with historic and contemporary buildings surrounding the River Exe, the Quay has something for everyone.
Exeter Cathedral is a beautiful medieval cathedral the surrounding paved and cobbled courtyard is home to a variety of historic buildings, shops, restaurants and cafes.
The Romans settled in Exeter around 50 AD. Parts of the city wall still stand today and there is even a Roman Bath House preserved beneath the grounds of the Cathedral.
Exeter is a fantastic base to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside. There are numerous fantastic beaches and Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks all just a short trip away.
Exeter is the region’s favourite place for shopping, culture and leisure. It offers a memorable shopping experience in a setting of architectural splendour.
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