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Anonymous

I love Norwich! Great independent places to eat both lunch and dinner, many cosy cafes and unique bars such as the Wallow. There is a great nightlife with many clubs as well as pubs. great transport link for all the city. Top 10 for shopping in the UK.

Anonymous

Great, friendly city with a nice atmosphere. There's a large variety of shops including many independent shops and cafes. The nightlife is good on Prince of Wales. Affordable city for students

Anonymous

Norwich is beautiful with both modern and old features. It's a perfect mix of decent sized shopping malls and chain restaurants, as well as smaller, independent businesses. Many options for nights out. Good value for money, even if pricier than other areas. It's a good home.

Anonymous

Accessibility is available wherever you want to go. Transportation from universities and the city runs from early in the morning till after weekend too. The city itself burst of multiculturalism and has a lot of food!

Anonymous

Great student city. Everything in a close vicinity. Amazing places to eat and great nightlife, less than 30 miles from like 4/5 really nice beaches and near the Norfolk broads which are great in the summer- very cheap to live too.

Anonymous

Norwich is a city that is always changing. You'll never be bored as there are new resturants popping up regularly and events happening all over the city. There are many lovely independent coffee shops and clothing stores which is awesome and everything is a walking distance apart. I'd recommend Norwich to anyone who loves london but are looking for somewhere smaller and safer!

Anonymous

Within the city Center there are good fascilities for eating, shopping etc. Very safe atmosphere even late at night. Everything you need is in just a small walk away, with Norwich being in good access from all over Norfolk with the train and Bus station

Anonymous

It's very good for young people. The city has everything you need. Places to eat, places to go out. A good selection for all people :)

Anonymous

Norwich is a lovely city with a wide variety of shops and eateries. There is something for everyone .

Anonymous

Norwich is a great place to live. Friendly people, great nightlife - if your looking for a good night, go to Bar & Beyond + The Queen Of Iceni! Great amenities in the city centre, loads of shopping centres; although they lack a proper Victoria's Secret, they make up for it with the amount of food places!

Anonymous

Norwich is a beautiful city. It has so much to offer with the market, shopping and restaurants. It is a great area for students because the housing is cheap, everything is walking distance and the shops in Norwich city are always offering deals for students. It is also a great city to find part time work. You won't get bored in Norwich there are always pop up events, gigs and experience days.

Anonymous

Norwich is such a lovely city. It's quiet, which I like, but there's also shopping malls and cinemas to go to. Buses don't run as regularly as London and they don't run that late either which can be annoying at times.

Anonymous

Amazing food places for a student budget offering all kinds of cuisines as well as many gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options. Nights out are fairly average and mostly only good when there are events on at specific clubs & bars

Tahlia Lenton

A beautiful old town centre with everything you could ever need within walking distance of each other

Anonymous

Norwich is such an amazing city. It's so small and everything is within walking distance, with a great atmosphere and friendly people. It's also got everything you'd want - big shops, great pubs, lovely restaurants. Norwich is the place to be.

Anonymous

So many supermarkets, the city is amazing for a day out shopping with two malls and streets upon streets of shops. You can go sight seeing on an open roof bus. The value for money is amazing as well, with shops that sell at minimal prices and maximum quality! The clubbing life is brilliant too.

Anonymous

Fun city, large but not too big to be lost around, quite close to home so has good transport links and the people are friendly which reminds me of home so much. Has a cinema and 2 shopping centres, everything you’d expect from a city with nice views and scenery.

Anonymous

The uni is slap bang in the centre of Norwich which is fab cos you can pop into town whenever you need to. The shopping is really good, there’s a mixture of high street and also independent businesses which is really encouraging. Cute cafes and bars around and it’s also just big enough - it’s cute and quirky without making you feel stressed like a big city can. I do wish there was more ways of getting to the little places just outside of the city because we don’t have cars here as parking is crap, but maybe we’ll brave the long walk on a nice sunny day!

Anonymous

Norwich is an incredibly interesting area which much to do. There are many clubs to explore and venues for live music, specifically the LCR at UEA and the Waterfront. With many shopping centres and one off stores it is the perfect place to spend.

Anonymous

I lived in norwich before studying and really think it has everything you could ever wish for, really nice local places to eat and a bustling city centre with high end night life. I really love it. The girls are sublime !

Anonymous

It was great all round arrive and very enjoyable experience the staff were lovely everywhere the nightlife was phenomenal and there really is no other place I’d rather go

Anonymous

Beautiful city with a suprising amount of things to do! Nights out are good but after 1st/2nd year they can become repetitive due to the limited number of clubs in Norwich (though this is highly dependent on how much you go out - for me it’s atleast 2-3 times a week ). A good mix of cheap and more expensive things to do and spoilt for choice on eating (especially for u vegans) 10/10 city

Anonymous

Norwich is a home away from home. With the creative hub, London, just 3 hours away and the sea just 30 minutes by bus, the city just keeps giving. The streets are safe and quiet with nightlife the peak of the day - converted houses into bars and a friendly university vibe everywhere. The transport is easy to all areas of the uk, and there’s evevn it’s own airport. There’s nothing negative about Norwich.

Anonymous

The uni is only 15 minutes bus from the shopping center, where I could get all kinds of clothes and groceries I need. There are a variety of food from all over the world to be offered: Chinese takeout, Italian, Japanese, Thai, Mediterranean, Indian, Spanish. If you prefer to cook there is a huge Hay Market, including an orient express for Asian preferences. The uni itself also have a whole chain of stores like bookstores, bank, grocery store, LCR for nights out, and of course a cafe.

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