Exeter is a city and county town in Devon. It was the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in Britain.
Tourism forms a vital part of the city's economy, and in 2004 Exeter was granted Fairtrade City status. It has been identified as one of the top ten most profitable locations for a business to be based because if its good national and international transport links.
Cathedral Quarter lies to the Eastern side of Exeter High Street. Exeter’s Cathedral, Cathedral yard and Catherine Street are located within this district. There are accessible public toilets situated on Catherine Street.View Catherine Street/Cathedral Quarter
Exeter Cathedral is an imposing structure of beauty and antiquity in the heart of the city.View Exeter Cathedral
As the main shopping street, the High Street is a good place to see how the old city has been mixed with the new and more modern architecture.View High Street
Princesshay is undergoing redevelopment and should be complete by Christmas 2007. The restaurants in Bedford Street, with their pavement café seating, provide Exeter residents and visitors with a good choice of places to socialise and great cuisine to enjoy.View Princesshay Restaurants
A Fabulous Victorian building which houses the city's largest art gallery, the museum service and hosts a lively programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops and special eventsView Royal Albert Memorial Museum