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Radweg Carisbrooke - Banstead

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Gesamtlänge in km

161

Gesamthöhenmeter Aufstieg

1.717

Durchschn. Steigung Aufstieg %

1,07

Gesamthöhenmeter Abstieg

1.603

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Gesamtzahl Trackpoints

2.994

Trackpoint-Dichte per km

19

Endorte

Start

Carisbrooke, England, GB (32 m NHN)

Ziel

Reigate and Banstead, England, GB (146 m NHN)

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GB-PO1 2HW Portsmouth

 

Historische(s) Gebäude

Portsmouth Cathedral
Aerial view of the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Portsmouth, Southsea Castle
Portsmouth, Spinnaker Tower

Portsmouth (pronounced "ports-muth" and nicknamed "Pompey") is a large city in the county of Hampshire, on the south coast of England. Portsmouth plays a major role in British history, especially naval history. Its rich heritage offers a variety of attractions, including the Historical Dockyard, which houses some of the most historical warships in the world – HMS Victory, Lord Nelson's flagship used at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, and the Mary Rose, a Tudor-era warship. Portsmouth has two cathedrals, including the Romanesque Portsmouth Cathedral, 12 museums, most of which are free, and two theatres. The city offers excellent shopping facilities in the Gunwharf Quays complex, home to a variety of designer stores including Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss and Barbour, as well as the striking 557 ft (170 m) landmark Spinnaker Tower, which offers excellent views of the Solent and City.

Portsmouth is also known for its literary history, as the birthplace of Charles Dickens, the famous Victorian era novelist, and the pioneering engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Other famous figures to have lived here are HG Wells, Arthur Conan Doyle and Rudyard Kipling. The city is well served by three musical venues, The Wedgewood Rooms, Guildhall and Pyramids, which regularly host major musical and comedy acts.

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The majority of the city of Portsmouth lies on Portsea Island, though it is separated from the mainland only by a roughly 30-m wide stretch of sea water, so is perhaps more accurately thought of as a peninsula. Historically, Portsmouth has long been an important naval port and builds on its rich heritage with memorials, museums, trails and the fascinating Historic Dockyard. It has four miles of seafront, including pebbled beaches. It is a university city, home to the University of Portsmouth, and has a large multicultural student population.

Portsmouth has a population of 200,000 people and is the most densely populated city in the UK, outside of certain parts of London. The entire Portsmouth Urban Area is home to more than 442,000 people.

See

  • Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. Located in the naval base, the Historic Dockyard has a number of historic ships including the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. In the Historic Dockyard is also Royal Naval Museum and Action Stations - an interactive look at the navy of today. There is a great old pub outside of dockyard called the Ship Anson, worth a try. Portsmouth Visitor Information Centre can be found adjacent to the visitor entrance of the dockyard. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on Wikipedia 
  • Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays, +44 23 9285 7520. Daily 10AM-6PM (until 10PM Sa and every day during Jul and Aug). This striking and highly-visible £21 million landmark tower rises some 170 m above the redeveloping harbour of Portsmouth, symbolising the wind filling a spinnaker sail. Visitors can use the tower to view from 3 levels: at 100 m, 105 m and 115 m. A high-speed internal lift takes you to the top. Adult £7, child £5.50, concessions £6.20. Spinnaker Tower on Wikipedia 
  • Southsea Castle. Built in 1544, the castle was part of a series of fortifications constructed by Henry VIII around England's coasts to protect the country from invaders. Heavily modified due to being in use until the end of World War II. Contains a rather random selection of cannon that have ended up in the collection of Portsmouth city council over the years. Southsea Castle on Wikipedia 
  • Southsea Seafront. 4 miles of seafront promenade backed by gorgeous green spaces and gardens. (updated Nov 2017)
  • Southsea model village, Lumps Fort, Eastney Esplanade, PO4 9RU (seafront), +44 7825 558231. 10:30AM-5:00PM. (updated Nov 2017)
  • Southsea Rose garden. Inside the 19th-century Lumps Fort.
Churches
  • Portsmouth Cathedral (The Cathedral Church of St Thomas of Canterbury), High St, PO1 2HH, +44 23 9282 3300. A Romanesque Anglican cathedral in the old town. Portsmouth Cathedral on Wikipedia (updated Nov 2017)
  • St John's Catholic Cathedral, Bishop Crispian Way, PO1 3HQ, +44 23 9282 6170. A Catholic cathedral in the city centre. (updated Nov 2017)
  • Royal Garrison Church (Domus Dei (Hospital of Saint Nicholas and Saint John the Baptist)), PO1 2NJ, +44 23 9237 8291. Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM. A partly roofless English Heritage property. Only occasionally open to the public. Domus Dei on Wikipedia (updated Nov 2017)
Museums

Eat

Portsmouth has hundreds of restaurants catering to all tastes.

Best places for curry: Portsmouth offers a variety of Indian restaurants thanks to its prominent Asian community. The best places are Albert road where the curries are cheap as there is a restaurant literally every couple of shops, and Palmerston road which is more expensive.

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GB-PO1 3DT Portsmouth

 

Hotel

 

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GB-PO4 9LY Hayling

 

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Öffnungszeiten

Each direction and day eleven sailings Saturday and Sunday, 17 sailing Monday to Friday.

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97 km
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GB-GU9 7ND Farnham

 

Historische(s) Gebäude

St Andrewʹs Church, Farnham
Farnham Castle
Facade of Bishopʹs Palace, Farnham Castle

Farnham is an ancient medieval town in Surrey, full of interesting historical sites and beautiful Georgian buildings.

Understand

With evidence to suggest that Farnham has been a settlement for tens of thousands of years, the town is rich in history. Taking in the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, the Romans and Saxons also settled in Farnham. The town boasts an intact Norman castle and keep, built for the Bishop of Winchester as a half-way point between his home in Winchester and London. Part of the castle and its keep are now open to the public. Farnham and its castle played a major part in the English Civil War, with visits from King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. Following this period, the town became known for its market, which the author Daniel Defoe described as the greatest after London. Industries in the town have included the production of pottery, wool, crops, flour, and beer.

Farnham borders on the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the North Downs Way long-distance path starts here. Alice Holt Forest is nearby, as are Frensham Ponds and many heaths and downland scenery.

See

  • Farnham Castle, Castle Street, +44 1252 721194. A Norman castle that was lived in for almost 900 years with buildings reflecting the changing architectural styles through the centuries. Farnham Castle on Wikipedia 
  • Farnham Museum, 38 West Street, +44 1252 715094. Visit the museum and understand the extensive history of the town, from prehistory to today. Features exhibitions of art, crafts and writing produced in the town. Check the website for information about temporary exhibitions and children's activities. Free.
  • St Andrew's Church, Church Lane, +44 1252 715412. St Andrew's is the parish church of Farnham. There was a church on the same site as the present St Andrew's some five hundred years before the present building was built in the 11th century. St Andrew's Church, Farnham on Wikipedia 

Do

  • Country Market, United Reform Church (opposite Sainsbury's supermarket), South Street, +44 1246 261508. Held every Friday from 9:30AM-11AM. Established in 1950, this market offers quality handmade crafts, plants, fresh flowers and vegetables when in season, eggs and honey and a selection of traditional home cooking and preserves. 
  • Farmers Market, Central Car Park (off Victoria Road). A local farmer's market selling traditional food, flowers and other produce is held on the fourth Sunday of each month. Many of the stallholders offer free samples before you buy. 
  • Maker's Market, The Maltings, Bridge Square, +44 1252 718001. This market is one of the oldest and largest in the area, with around 200 stalls selling vintage and handmade items, as well as food. The market is held on the first Saturday of every month, from 9:30AM-4PM. 

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115 km
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GB-GU1 3UR Guildford

 

Historische(s) Gebäude

Guildford cathedral, interior
The Great Keep, Guildford castle
Abbot Hospital, Guildford
Guildford Guildhall

Guildford is a large town in Surrey in the South East of England. It has still retained much of its historical charm. A short walk up the cobbled high street shows many buildings which are hundreds of years old. The medieval castle was used by the King of England in the 1400s and because of this Guildford is the only royal town in Surrey.

Understand

Guildford grew up into a large town because of its location at roughly the half way point between England's main naval port at Portsmouth and the admiralty in Greenwich, London. People travelling by horse-drawn carriage between the two would stop at inns in Guildford (such as The Angel and The Lion) to swap horses over and to refresh themselves. With the advent of the steam train in the 19th century, Guildford was no longer needed for this purpose, and it fell into decline. But as more and more people started to commute into work in London in the early 20th century, Guildford became more and more rich and popular.

Guildford is the county town of Surrey, but not the administrative centre (that is Kingston upon Thames, which is actually in a London borough). It is the economic and cultural centre of the whole of West Surrey.

Although under 30 miles away from Central London Guildford has its own individuality and is not similar to boroughs in London or other commuter towns in Surrey. Guildford is a large town with all the amenities of a city.

See

Central Guildford
  • Abbot's Hospital, High Street. Built in 1619 by Guildfordian Archbishop of Canterbury George Abbot as a retirement home for the local elderly. Abbot's Hospital on Wikipedia
  • Chestnuts, Castle Hill. Lewis Carroll, author, mathematician and photographer, Lewis Carroll (b1832) lived in Guildford until his death in 1898. Visit Lewis Caroll's house 'Chestnuts', on Castle Hill in the centre. See Guided Tours of Guildford.
  • The Guildhall, High St. A marvellous Tudor/Stuart building with its overhanging 1683 clock. Guildford Guildhall on Wikipedia (updated Feb 2017)
  • Guildford Museum, Quarry St, +1483 444751. Guildford Museum on Wikipedia
  • The Spike Heritage Centre, Warren Road, GU1 3JH, +44 1483 598420. 19th-century workhouse used to house vagrants until 1960. This site has now been fully restored and is one of two similar sites in the UK.
  • Guildford Castle and Grounds, Castle Street, GU1 3TUk. Gardens open all year dawn - dusk, castle closed in winter, weekends only in spring & autumn, summer: daily 10AM-5PM. Medieval castle built to protect the town in the 1400s and one of Henry III's most luxurious residences. Conservation work revealed a 12th century first floor chamber which is now open to the public. Free entry into gardens, castle Adult £3. Guildford Castle on Wikipedia (updated Apr 2016)
  • Guildford Cathedral, Stag Hill, GU2 7UP. Daily, all year round, 8:30AM-5:30PM; guided tours daily 9:40AM-4PM. A 1930s brick cathedral which was the first to be built on a new site in the south of England since the Reformation. The inside is more impressive than the outside. The cathedral was started in the 1930s, but it wasn't until 1961 that it was consecrated due to an interruption in construction due to World War II. Guildford Cathedral on Wikipedia 
  • St Catherine's Chapel. Ruined chapel a short walk along the river wey from Guildford town centre. St Catherine's Hill, Surrey on Wikipedia

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