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Situated in the county of Devon in South West England and located on the River Exe, Exeter is a vibrant and richly historic city. As well as being the administrative centre of Devon County Council, the city was also identified by Dun & Bradstreet as one of the top ten most profitable locations in the UK to do business in. The fascinating history of the city goes back many centuries and is reflected in many of the landmarks and places of interest throughout the area including Exeter Cathedral, Exeter Synagogue and the Guildhall. The University of Exeter can also be found in the city and is home to some attractive parkland as well as being one of the major employers in the area.
Setting up your business here
Exeter is a thriving hub for businesses and the Exeter Business Club is able to provide companies and individuals with excellent networking opportunities. Industries in the area range from communications to investment and there are many successful companies and organisations that call this area home, including the Met office, Liverpool Victoria (LV),British Telecom, Ernst and Young and Alcoa Howmet Airfoil Operations. This city is well served by several modes of transport and provides convenient transport links throughout the city and beyond. There are two main railway stations; Exeter St Davidís and Exeter Central. The nearest link to air travel is via Exeter International Airport located on the outskirts of the city and if you are driving into the city the key roads serving the area include the M5, A30, and the A38.
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Things to do in Exeter
Whether you are hoping to entertain clients over an evening meal or relax after work you can enjoy cuisine from all corners of the globe when eating out in Exeter. If you enjoy fresh seafood, head to The Galley, or try the Conservatory Restaurant for delicious Mediterranean food. If you are looking for the nightlife then head to Mill on the Exe or The Oddfellows bar. There is also a variety of entertainment on offer in this city. The Spacex art gallery houses contemporary art exhibitions while the Royal Albert Memorial Museum is a great place for some historical entertainment. Or for those looking for stage performances, the Northcott Theatre and the Barnfield Theatre provide ideal venues.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations:St Davids (Main Station); St Thomas; Polsloe Bridge; Central; St James Park
- Nearest motorways: M5
- Nearest airports: Exeter Airport
- Other: Bolton has a bus station with many routes in and around the area