A local’s guide to the thrills and spills of East Anglia’s most popular seaside resort
Planning a trip to Great Yarmouth? Don’t know where to stay? Don’t know where to
eat? And other than having a paddle in the sea, don’t know what to do? Then welcome
to the 2018 Great Yarmouth Travel Guide, an up-to-date guide to what’s hot and what’s
not in this vibrant and charming traditional British seaside resort.
Holidaymakers have been flocking here for years and years to play the slot machines
in the amusement arcades; to take a stroll along the prom; to eat fish and chips
and ice creams; and to make sandcastles on the sandy beach.
Why? Because there’s nowhere else quite like Great Yarmouth for miles around. No,
there’s nowhere else that combines all the benefits and amenities that come from
being a larger town with all the sunshiny, sandy kind of thrills that make people
want to be beside the seaside on their hols.
Of course, it can be daunting landing in a large seaside resort like Great Yarmouth
with no clear plan of what to do. Perhaps you’ll have heard about the Pleasure Beach
and its famous Roller-Coaster ride or you’ll be planning to take the kids to the
Sealife Centre, but there are so many other sights and attractions that you can pack
into your holiday here.
And since most of them are located on Marine Parade, the road that runs beside the
beach and sea, you shouldn’t have any problems finding your way around. In fact,
the best idea is to just to take your time wandering all the way from one end to
the other. Along the way, you can play crazy golf at Pirate’s Cove, see the little
people at Great Yarmouth’s very own Model Village, win big at Ceasar’s Palace or
the Golden Nugget or hire a deckchair and windbreak for the afternoon and just sit
on the beach and gaze out at the sea.
So, what are you waiting for? Whether you’re already here in Great Yarmouth and want
tips and information about what to do and where to go, or if you’re just beginning
to research your trip and want to find the best hotel at the lowest price, then let
the Great Yarmouth Travel Guide 2018 point you in the right direction. Simply, click
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And you’ll be surprised how much there is to do here, so do come for more than just
a day or two. Great Yarmouth has two piers - the Britannia and the Wellington - that
between them offer theatre and comedy shows, Ten-Pin Bowling, a mini funfair, amusement
arcades, bars, nightlife and ice cream stands. Then there’s the horse racing, greyhound
racing, bowling greens, circus and Regent Road; not to mention the thing that put
Great Yarmouth on the map - that huge, long stretch of sandy beach and the North
Sea lapping against its shore.
Combined together, these things make Great Yarmouth a perfect place for a week of
fun - and if you cross your fingers and the weather turns out fine, then you won’t
be short of things to do.
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