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Hereford is a walled city where the street plan is almost exactly like it was in medieval times. Visit Hereford and enjoy the city's attractions and the latest events making the most of the best things to do in Hereford. Whether you are a first time visitor to Hereford or a local born and bred, you will discover plenty of tourist attractions. This Herefordshire market town allows you to get lost in the wonders of museums; savour some delicious traditional and locally sourced food. Eat, sleep and visit this breathtaking countryside with the best places to stay, relax in the bests spas, eat in the best restaurants, discover the best cafes serving quality brunch in Herefordshire, sleep in the best hotels and bed and breakfasts. Strolling along the banks of the River Wye, enjoying the vibrant centre of High Town, taking in a show or immersing yourself in our local history and historic architecture – they are all just a short walk from each other in Hereford City. There was an 11th Century castle on the Castle Green which last saw action during the English Civil War when Parliamentarians captured it. Later the castle was taken down and all that remains is Castle Cliffe, a private residence. Redcliffe Gardens occupies the site of the castle keep. On the Green there is a monument to Admiral Lord Nelson, Freeman of the City. Hereford hosts independent outlets that sit alongside well-known high street names, there is shopping for all in the traffic-free city centre and The Old Market. Or you may prefer to visit our historic Black And White House Museum, Hereford Cathedral and Mappa Mundi. Then you can sit back and relax in a coffee shop or enjoy a show at The Courtyard Theatre. There is something for everyone.