Despite being relatively small, Exeter is a vibrant and historic city that is home to many attractions and a mix of eateries.

Devon’s capital is a popular destination for a weekend break and it is very accessible for people with mobility issues that need stairlifts, wheelchairs and other mobility aids.

Debbie Lewis, the Marketing Officer at Visit Exeter, explains what makes the city such a desirable location for a weekend away.

“Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in England. Firmly on the map as a hub for great shopping; a diverse cultural scene; world-class sporting fixtures; top places to eat; and more than 2,000 years of history, there are numerous reasons why people should visit Exeter. With its magnificent Gothic Cathedral at its heart, there are a number of distinct quarters to discover, including the Castle Quarter – home to the award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum, and the West Quarter, packed full of independent shops, quirky eateries and arts venues.

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