Between the Malvern Hills and the green patchwork of the Cotswolds, Worcestershire is a blend of peaceful villages and river valleys.
The traditional English county of Worcester offers up an awe-inspiring cathedral (on the banks of the River Seven), while the neighbouring countryside gives rise to the region's famous cider orchards. Check out the 12th-century Chapter House in Worcester, or take a stroll around Broadway Village, with its tiny stone cottages and 14th-century manor house.
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