Things to see and do - Coventry
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Coventry's history dates back to Saxon times. In 1043, Leofric, Earl of Mercia, founded a Benedictine Priory here. According to folklore, he only relieved the town's citizens from the burdensome taxes he had imposed after his wife, Lady Godiva, had ridden naked through the streets in order to persuade him to do so. The priory later became a cathedral and the episode a legend.
Tourist attractions Coventry : Things to see and do
Hill Top 1 GB - Coventry CV1 5AB
Although regarded by traditionalists as too modern and by modernists as too traditional, Coventry Cathedral is one of the few modern buildings to meet with the approval of its visitors. The majestic porch was designed to link the new cathedral with t..
Priory Row GB - Coventry CV1 5EX
The late 13C building with large-scale Decorated and Perpendicular additions was destroyed in 1940. All that remains are the walls, crypt, tower and the 90 m spire, one of the architectural glories of England, exceeded in height only by Norwich and S..
Millennium Place, Hales Street GB - Coventry CV1 1JD
Coventry was the birthplace of the British car industry - with Daimler in 1896 - and subsequently home to over 100 manufacturers (Daimler, Rover, Riley, Lea & Francis, Hillman, Triumph, etc.). The Museum of British Road Transport illustrates the indu..
80-90 Holyhead Road GB - Coventry CV1 3AS
This Days Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Coventry city centre, and features a fine restaurant and a modern fitness suite. The hotel also has a 24-hour front desk, free parking and free Wi-Fi. Rooms at the Days Hotel Coventry City each have a bathroo..
Earlsdon Park, 53 Butt Road GB - Coventry CV1 3BH
The Butts, Earsldon GB - Coventry CV1 3GG
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