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Warwickshire truly is at the heart of the country, with some of the most attractive towns and villages in England set amongst beautiful countryside. The county is split into five districts each with their own distinctive feel.
Rugby is most famous for the invention of Rugby football which was invented by William Webb Ellis in 1823 at Rugby School. The trophy that will be presented to the Rugby World Cup Champions in 2011 is hence called the Webb Elllis Trophy. Rugby School is also one of England's oldest and most prestigious public schools and was the setting for Thomas Hughes's novel 'Tom Brown's Schooldays'.
Royal Leamington Spa is a fashionable and elegant Regency town in the heart of Warwickshire. Georgian and Victorian architecture, tree-lined avenues and squares, stunning parks and gardens makes this a very popular place to live or visit. The town has a busy centre and is renowned for it's good night-life. There are cinemas and arts venues as well as a variety of fine restaurants, bars and nightclubs in which to enjoy a night out.
Warwick is the county town and well known for its magnificent enchanting castle. However, it also has many other historic buildings, secret gardens, antique shops and fine restaurants and pubs that make the town a great place for a break.
Stratford-Upon Avon is a picturesque town beautifully situated on the River Avon and offers a rich blend of culture and history. World famous as the home town of William Shakespeare and the Royal Shakespeare Company ( RSC), tourism is a major part of the economy and a 'must -see' location for visitors to Warwickshire.
Bideford-on Avon is a large picturesque village deep in the heart of Shakespeare country and has a magnificent bridge crossing the river that was built by monks 600 years ago.
Alcester is a thriving rural market town dating back to Roman times. Its medieval street pattern survives remarkably intact along with many ancient buildings.