Prepare to crouch down, don a hard hat and possibly get spooked in what is the only publicly accessible system of its kind in England....
Exeter Livestock Market
The red hills around Exeter are prime agricultural territory, often with generations of the same family farming the same patch of land....
In the Northernhay Gardens, at the end of Castle St, you can skirt the tree-fringed ruins of the city's 11th-century castle (but not go...
A candlelit Exeter institution, often crowded with students and famous for its buzzing atmosphere, sunny terrace and impressive range of...
Harry's is the kind of welcoming neighbourhood eatery you wish was on your own doorstep but rarely is. The decor is all wooden chairs,...
Lonely Planet review
Tucked away in an unlikely terrace of postwar shops, this minimalist eatery rustles up great value ramen and udon noodles – at lunchtime a dish-and-a-drink will only cost you £5.40.