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The city of Gloucester may not be the modern traveller’s idea of a holiday destination but it does attract a lot of tourist each year because of its laid-back charm. It is one of those towns in the West County that you should spare a weekend for, particularly if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. A cheap car hire in Gloucester will come in handy during your stay as this will allow you to get to the surrounding countryside to make your trip more worthwhile.

The city centre is best explored on foot. Start your tour around the most popular landmarks in the city. Head for Southgate Street where you will find one for the most amazing action time clocks in the area. The structure was built during the Edwardian era. The Gloucester Cathedral has also become quite famous lately as it is one of the places where the Harry Potter movies where filmed.

Other interesting sites that you may want to visit include the Folk Museum and the City Museum and Art Gallery. This is where you will find out more about the city’s interesting culture and history. You may also want to take your car rental to the village of Painswick where you will find the remnants of the city’s beginnings as a thriving centre of wool trade.

After all that sightseeing, treat yourself to a dose of retail therapy and head for Eastgate Street where you will find most of the shopping centres and individual shops that sell practically every type of merchandise.

Once you’ve had your fill of the city, take your car hire in Gloucester and head for the countryside. Drive to the Cotswolds and its rolling hills or to the Forest of Dean and Malvern Hills.