more for… Ro­man sites Dis­cover what the Ro­mans left be­hind

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1 Big­nor Ro­man Villa Get an eye­ful of some of the best­p­re­served Ro­man mo­saic floors in Eng­land at this large villa in the heart of the South Downs. Open 1 March to 31 Oc­to­ber. Stay at Graffham Camp­ing and Car­a­van­ning Club Site Web www. campin­gand­car­a­van­ning­club.co.uk 2 Rich­bor­ough Fort This huge fort and am­phithe­atre lo­cated in the East Kent marshes wit­nessed the be­gin­ning and the end of the Ro­man oc­cu­pa­tion of Great Bri­tain. Stay at Sand­wich Leisure Hol­i­day Park Web www. sand­wich-leisurepark.co.uk 3 Veru­lamium Among the re­mains of this once great Ro­man city are the fo­rum, the mar­ket hall and Ro­man houses with mo­saics and wall paint­ings. Find it near St Al­bans, Herts. Stay at Wood­stock CL Web www.caravan club.co.uk 4 Bath There’s lit­tle that can beat the fan­tas­tic re­mains and mu­seum of the Ro­man spa and tem­ple built over the hot springs of Aquae Sulis, also known as Bath. Stay at Bath Ma­rina and Caravan Park Web https://bwml.co.uk/ bath-ma­rina/ 5 Ch­ester Ch­ester boasts the largest Ro­man am­phithe­atre in Bri­tain, the re­mains of a Ro­man cas­tle, city walls and gar­dens. In Ro­man times the city was as im­por­tant as Lon­don. Stay at Nether­wood Tour­ing Park

Web www.nether­wood tour­ingsite.co.uk

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