I thought it was high time for another past revisited blog post. For a few years we lived in central Winchester, which is located in Hampshire in the south of England. Winchester is a city and with cities in the modern day you might imagine it is quite large, the ancient city of Winchester isn’t. When travelling in the south of England, Winchester is definitely a historic location to visit.
Winchester was once upon a time a medieval capital and when I think of Winchester, historic comes to mind. In an effort to keep this post short I’m going to miss out a bundle of interesting facts and details. Perhaps in the future I will write a part two, for now I will highlight just a few amazing aspects of Winchester.
Often overlooked, Winchester contains and is surrounded by some lovely locations.You can take a stroll along the water meadows, climb St Catherine’s Hill and more.
Each historic sight deserves its very own blog post and Winchester not only is a great place to visit, but a great place to live and work.
Taking lunchtime strolls around the city or to the old monks garden at the Cathedral. Eating lunch in front of the Cathedral or along its side, sitting there on a bench in an ancient square watching life going by.