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The city of Truro is the perfect spot for a cosmopolitan break in Cornwall, whilst also being well-located to explore the stunning coast and countryside of this mystical region.

About Truro

As Cornwall’s one and only city, Truro is a hub for the county and is perfectly located to explore this stunning and mystical region. A historic stannary town, Truro is well known for its great Cathedral, cobbled streets, independent shops and Georgian architecture.

The city has an active calendar of events with wonderful festivals, markets and exhibitions including Truro City of Lights which marks the start of the festive season with schools and the local community parading homemade lanterns through the dark, cobbled streets.



Perfect for those who enjoy shopping, Truro is popular for its eclectic offering of different gifts shops and markets, as well as the usual bigger brand retail outlets. There are also many different pubs and restaurants to choose from with a lively night-life. The city benefits from a mainline train station making it easily accessible from London and the North as well as being well located to discover the rest of Cornwall.

Nearby Falmouth on the South coast is a popular seaside town with many beaches and watersport opportunities. Falmouth is also home to various pubs and restaurants serving locally caught seafood. In the other direction, a short drive North of Truro is Perranporth with miles of sandy beaches and the popular Perranporth Golf Course.

A holiday cottage in Truro is a great base for a cosmopolitan break in Cornwall, whilst the county's rural and coastal charms are still within easy reach.


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