New Year's Eve in Exeter in 2013/ 2013 - turn of the year in Devon
A well-known historic city, Exeter lies within the ceremonial county of Devon, on the River Exe, only 60 km northeast of Plymouth, and has an estimated population of about 118,000 people. Having been identified as one of the top ten most profitable locations for starting a business, as well as a major tourist destination the New Year's Eve in Exeter in 2012/ 2013 is bound to be a worthwhile experience.
Exeter first became known as the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in Britain, while later time and dynasties went on to leave their mark on the city. Tourists coming to spend the New Year's Eve in Exeter in 2012/ 2013 will get the unique chance to time travel, owing to the variety of styles and époques represented in the city. The journey may begin from the 10th century Exeter Cathedral; continue with the ruins of the Rougemont Castle, which served as prison for the last person to be executed for witchcraft in England, then go down Parliament Street, one of the narrowest streets in the world. Also, Northernhay Gardens, the oldest public open space in the country, with its beautiful green spaces and numerous statues, or the modern Princesshay close to High Street are sure to make any visitor grateful to have been to Exeter.