The picturesque town of Warwick is steeped in history. There are many museums and parks to visit in Warwick but it the castle which attracts tourists from all over the country and the world.
William the Conqueror founded Warwick Castle in 1068 which saw Warwick develop over the centuries and although many buildings were destroyed in the great fire of 1694, the town is still riddled with fascinating medieval buildings.
It is also home to the oldest boys school in the UK, Warwick School which appears first in the record books in 914. Still to this day Warwick School and the girls school King’s High (also in Warwick) are some the country’s best schools.
In modern times due to its great proximity to infrastructure, Warwick has become home for leading companies such as National Grid, IBM, Volvo and Calor.
It is also renowned for its many cultural events, festivals and arts.