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Days Out In Abingdon
Abingdon has one of the most beautiful town centres of any market town in the country, with buildings as fine as in any cathedral close just a few minutes' walk from lovely rural scenery and riverside walks. From a breakfast cup of coffee in the sunshine, to a delicious continental lunch in one of our cafes, to fine dining in our gastro-pubs, Abingdon will give you great tastes and great service whilst you explore the town, discover the history, lap up the views and learn how to enjoy shopping again in "indy" shops with products that are different and unusual....and all the time you can feel that you are in the heart of a real community, not a themed tourist town.
|Guides, Tours and Walks||Information||Download Guide|
|Town Facilties||Handy information to download and print out so you can find what you need in Abingdon on your day out.||Download|
|Abingdon Map||Our detailed map of the town showing important buildings, walks, car parks and other useful information.||Download|
|Town History Trail||Abingdon’s most interesting buildings linked together in one trail that makes sure you don’t miss a thing. Our trail guide will help you understand how the stones tell Abingdon’s story.||Download|
|Abingdon Two Locks Stroll||Lovely river views and the story of waterways technology all in one easy stroll that will just build up your appetite or help your lunch go down!||Download|
|Abingdon Waterways Path||A longer walk that will take you a few hours. We think this walk may be unique in the entire country for combining a stroll through the medieval town centre with several miles of rural waterside paths ...without any suburban road walking!||Download|
|Boat Rides on the Thames||Whether you hire your own boat or catch a steamer, Abingdon is a great base from which to explore the Thames without walking at all! Or combine a steamer trip with a walk and enjoy everything the river has to offer.||Download|
|Wheelchair Friendly Walks to the River from town centre||Enjoy routes you can trust and safe spots to sit by the river. Our walk information includes photographs showing you exactly what steps, slopes and path surfaces are like so you can make your own decisions about where to walk for a comfortable and stress-||Download|
|Cycling Around Abingdon||Sustrans Route 5 goes right through Abingdon centre and there are other routes too.||Download|
|Source: Choose Abingdon|
You can also visit the Vale of White Horse website for more information on days out in Abingdon. Additional external websites can be found on our links page.
Visit the Vale of White Horsehttp://www.visitvale.com
The Vale of White Horse from Oxford to the Cotswolds.
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