The city is steeped in history with a number of medieval buildings castles and cathedrals to explore. It is one of only 11 UNESCO world literature sites making it one of the great literary hubs of the UK (and the world). Home to 2 major shopping centers that cater to all needs with shops from major high streets brands and smaller independent retailers selling everything from antiques to vinyl and vintage clothing.
Whilst the nightlife can’t quite match that of bigger cities like London and Manchester there more than enough to cater to students needs. Mainstream clubs like Mantra and Mercy have huge capacities and throw some great club nights. If your taste is a bit more alternative, Karma Cafe and Bedford’s Crypt hold a whole range of different nights with music covering everything from reggae to techno.
With such a large population to accommodate, Norwich student housing is incredibly varied, with halls, flats and house shares all available. Making the right choice can be a little confusing, but Student Homes is here to help you decide.