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Stratford-Upon-Avon and Surrounding Area

Known worldwide as the birthplace of Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon is steeped in culture and history. This market town has been a major tourist centre for centuries due to its association with Shakespeare. Set in the stunning rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon, Stratford has so much to offer visitors: historic houses, stunning Tudor architecture, a superb riverside setting, a thriving street market, excellent shops, and mouthwatering restaurants. 

Located just an hour and a half from Oxford, three hours from London, and an hour from the Cotswolds it’s ideally situated for any vacation, staycation, or business venture. Those visiting for business have plenty of options when it comes to conference facilities and smaller business venues, and those on a staycation or vacation have plenty to discover, from Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds to the south, the Malverns to the west, and Warwickshire castle and Henley in Arden to the north. 

It’s a town that lets you get a taste of Olde England with plenty of properties having been lovingly cared for by the Shakespeare Organisation to keep them as they were in Shakespeare’s day. Stratford really is the perfect place to know England’s greatest poet and playwright and no trip to Stratford would be complete without seeing a spectacular theatre production by the Royal Shakespeare Company. 

While you’re here be sure to take a look at arguably one of the most photographed cottages in England – Anne Hathaway’s house before she married Shakespeare – as well as visit the house Shakespeare grew up in. All these fine old buildings, the characteristically wide streets, the tranquil River Avon, and its deep history are what make Stratford-upon-Avon a must-visit town. 

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