The county town of Trowbridge in Wiltshire, England, lays in the west of the county on the River Biss and the Kennet and Avon canal.
Use the services like car for rent in Trowbridge on your arrival at the Bristol airport, 60 km east. In the 13th century Trowbridge developed a clothing industry, recognizable by many of the town buildings and museum. Due to its central location of the county Trowbridge is a convenient base for visiting either the north or the south with a huge list of attractions waiting for you to be discovered. The city itself offers ancient churches and buildings, museums, great shopping, entertainment, annual fairs and festivals.
Rent a car in Trowbridge and visit the very attractive town center with is ancient Fore Street which follows the path of the medieval castle ditch and its name is given to Castle Place Shopping Centre. The same street is rimmed by historical buildings and the award winning museum for the history fans while the shopaholics enjoy the shopping center and numerous retail shops. On the same street is the magnificent St James Church, the Lovemead House and on the attached Market Street the old Town Hall. Don’t miss the fantastic display of the Farmers' Market in the town centre.
Hire a car in Trowbridge for your convenience and tour through an unbelievable beautiful countryside with the famous world Heritage Site of Stonehenge just around the corner. The town of Salisbury is a ‘MUST’ to see place with the famous Cathedral and its soaring Spire, surrounded by beautiful gardens. But the whole town center is absolute fantastic for a leisure stroll with many outstanding buildings to adore. Most of the county's market towns started life over 1,000 years ago in Saxon times, all of them worthwhile for extensive hikes and the bars and restaurant very inviting places for a rest. Outstanding is sure the 9th century built town of Cricklade , situated on the River Thames or the villages of Chippenham and Pewsey. Another not to be missed attraction is the beautiful village of Wiltshire with its very old buildings and narrow streets. The National Trust village of Lacock is sure the best known jewel in this rural crown, used as the setting for the Harry Potter films with its ancient church, pubs, bakery and craft shops. A fun loving attraction for the whole family is the Steam museum, exhibiting in numerous ways the development of the Great Western Railway for the last 175 years.
Trowbridge and the whole county of Wiltshire will give you one of the most memorable holidays. What are you waiting for, come and examine this outstanding area by yourself!