Enjoy the food and goods that many market towns put on show from their stalls
Tuesday is market day so free time to browse and explore Abergavenny and its many stalls.
Visit the home and gardens of the former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in central Salisbury.
Mompesson has one of the finest displays of English 18th century drinking glasses and a collection of watercolours by former resident Barbara Townsend. The garden is an oasis of calm.
Moreton is a thriving market town dating back 1000 years to the Saxon era. In Stow, you'll find the Market Square and the Green complete with 19th century village stocks.
With its many tourists that throng the streets in summer, the city retains a relaxed atmosphere. And the cathedral spire still rises over the water meadows that have changed surprisingly little since Constable painted the scene centuries ago.
With a rich, vibrant history and a beautiful waterside setting, there is plenty for everyone to discover in both Tewkesbury and Worcester. From medieval black and white buildings to The Abbey and the battlefield trails to riverside walks plus a bit of retail therapy.
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival has been the high spot of Tewkesbury’s summer since 1984. It is now widely regarded as the largest medieval gathering of its kind in Europe, and attracts re-enactors, traders and entertainers, and visitors from all over the world
Explore the medieval streets and admire the history of Winchester Cathedral and Wolvesey Castle before strolling along the River Itchen to The Hospital of St Cross.