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World-famous for its castle, which dominates the town, Windsor offers plenty of attractions for the tourist. With the royal residence so close, Windsor has many restaurants and hotels, as well as high quality shops, both of the regular kind and an abundance of gift shops. The Castle is an essential place to visit, and the majority of it is open to the public. As the largest inhabited castle in the world, and the oldest in continuous occupation, both building and grounds are worth a thorough viewing. For those who are young at heart, or looking for some fun, Legoland is a wonderful place to spend a day, both viewing and playing with the bricks.



A relaxing way to while away the time is to travel on the cruise boats on the Thames from where tourists can view the Castle and the town at its best, and recently the opening of the Windsor Wheel has opened up the possibility of viewing the area from the air during the summer months. For visitors seeking a cultural experience, the Windsor Festival offers a wide programme of entertainment, with plays, musical events, art displays, tours and walks amongst the delights offered to the visitor.


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