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Peterborough, a city in Cambridgeshire in the east of England, is famed for its Cathedral. The city is approximately 30 miles from the North Sea coast and is connected to the sea by the River Nene which flows through the city.
The Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery has a collection of around 227,000 objects including local archeology and social history, a collection of marine fossil remains and the manuscripts of John Clare, the Northampton Peasant Poet.
The city has many cultural events that take place in or near the city. The East of England Show, the Peterborough Festival and the CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) beer festival which takes place on the river embankbank towards the end of Summer. Peterborough also has the John Clare Theatre, which is located within the city's new central library and is home to the Peterborough Film Society. The Key Theatre, which was constructed in the 1970's, is also another venue in the city. It is located on the river embankment and provides entertainment, enlightenment and education by reflecting the culture of the city. The theatre hosts productions by both national touring companies and local community productions.
Peterborough also has many bars and restaurants to cater for a wide range of tastes including Chinese and Cantonese, Indian and Nepalese, Thai, Italian, Polish, Japanese and Mexican.
Located in the county of Lincolnshire, the city of Lincoln is an great destination for a city break. The city offers visitors a mixture of rich history combined with great arts and culture, boutique shopping and great places to eat and drink. For a family day out why not take a tour on one of the city's open topped sightseeing buses. The tour takes in the highlights of the city where you will hear about the history of the city from knowledgeable guides. If accompanied by a paying adult, children under 16 go free! Lincoln's Gothic cathedral dominates the city's skyline and was once the tallest building in the world, from 1300 - 1549. The cathedral owns one of the four remaining copies of the Magna Carta, signed in 1215, which resides in Lincoln Castle. Lincoln, and the surrounding countryside, is also the ideal choice for a cycling break. For the more adventurous cyclist take on the challenge of the 100 mile route from Lincoln Castle to the Lincolnshire Coast and back to the castle through the Lincolnshire Wolds. Highlights on the route include the villages of Bardney, Hemingby, Alford and Chapel St Leonards alongside the beautiful views over the Lincolnshire Wolds. The route includes a small amount of hills but is fairly flat for the majority of the way.