Nottingham Railway Station
Right in the centre of England, eager to be discovered. Experience Nottingham’s vibrant city life, quaint B&Bs, boutique hotels, award winning restaurants, stylish bars, exciting nightlife, great shopping, world class venues, arts and cultural festivals, history and heritage, family attractions, trails and waterways, adrenalin pumping activities and tasty local produce.
Home to Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. Inspiration for our literary heroes, Lord Byron, Alan Sillitoe and D.H. Lawrence. There’s something for everyone. Come and see for yourself…
Capital for culture, capital for shopping - Nottingham is the perfect city break destination. From Paul Smith and Hugo Boss to Top Shop and New Look, Habitat and Lakeland to Jass Interiors and Atomic, you can go from designer to the best of the high street in a couple of steps.
Nottingham’s compact city centre, pedestrianised streets and tram system make it easy to get around. City break hotels cater for all pockets, whether you’re looking for budget or luxury. You’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome and central location that will make your break a success.
Nottingham is easily accessible by rail, so you’ll arrive relaxed and ready to enjoy your break. Head into the city for a bite to eat and you’ll be overwhelmed by choice. There’s more than 300 places to eat in the city centre alone, ranging from classic British and French cuisines to Japanese, Lebanese and Thai.
Nottingham - the city with all the ingredients for the perfect break.
Always check train times before travelling. Call National Rail enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 or check their website.
Train operator: East Midlands Trains
Ticket sales: 08457 125 678
Tourist information centre: Smithy Row on 0115 915 5330
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