Leave the site travel southeast for 42 miles. A134 for 13 miles at roundabout 1st exit A11 for 29 miles arrive and visit Norwich.
A city on the River Wensley in the county of Norfolk dating back to the Anglo Saxon, Roman and Norman era, with a fine statue called Norfolk Pillar known as the Britannia Monument, a Grade I listed site. The city’s historic skyline contains many 12th century structures, the Castle, Church of St Peter Mancroft, The Forum, City Hall, Norwich Cathedral, Catholic Cathedral and the chimney on the University. Visit the ancient market place which contains various stalls surrounded by historic architecture. Also worth a visit is the new Riverside Complex.
Resume the trip and travel southwest for 20 miles. A47 for 19 miles onto the A1243 for a mile arriving at Great Yarmouth stop and visit.
A seaside resort and coastal town situated on the mouth of the River Yare located in the county of Norfolk. A normal coastal town with the attractions of sandy beaches and the famous Pleasure Beach Amusements, plus a large variety of gift shops, eateries, pubs and clubs with live entertainment. As in most seaside towns there are many hotels and boarding houses.
Resume the trip travel north 11 miles. A1243 1 mile at roundabout 1st exit A12 for 10 miles arriving at Lowestoft stop and visit.
On the North Sea in the county of Suffolk situated on the edge of the Broads in the district of Waveney, a harbour port and traditional seaside resort. The promenade has the view of sandy beaches, 2 piers and 2 theatres and the normal tourist attractions. The harbour supports a wind farm and a trawler named Mincarlo now a fishing museum.
Other points of interest are St Margaret’s Church, lighthouse and the Broads a network of navigable rivers and lakes.
Resume trip travel west 10 miles. A1144 for the 3 miles at roundabout 2nd exit a146 for 7 miles arriving at Beccles stop and visit.
Beccles and Diss
On the River Waveney and the edge of the Broads National Park situated in the county of Suffolk and located in the Waveney District. The small beautiful market town with historic building worth a visit to explore the 13th century St Michaels Church and 18th century octagonal Town Hall, then stroll down the river side taking in the towns views.
Resume trip travel east 25 miles on the a146 for 3 miles at roundabout 3rd exit a143 for 19 miles at roundabout 3rd exit a140 onto B1077 for 3 miles arriving at Diss stop and visit.