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Located in the Thames Valley to the west of London, Reading in Berkshire is not too well-known as one of Britain’s must-visit towns. However, once you get there, you’ll discover a surprising amount of things to see and do. It is sometimes described as being on London’s commuter belt but the influx of daily traffic outweighs the outflow due to the large number of tech companies and international businesses which have made Reading their home.
The town combines a mix of architectural styles; Victorian red-brick buildings sit beside medieval churches, old coaching inns and high-tech office developments. The Town Hall is an impressive Grade II listed building designed by Alfred Waterhouse in high gothic style and houses the Museum of Reading.
Reading has quite a literary legacy. Reading Gaol was immortalised by Oscar Wilde in the eponymous ballad, written in response to his imprisonment there. Jane Austen attended the Reading Ladies Boarding School based in the Abbey Gateway and the town was also featured, under a fictitious name, in a number of Thomas Hardy’s novels.
The Forbury Gardens and Abbey Ruins are some of the town’s highlights. The formal gardens were once the forecourt of Reading Abbey, and the captivating ruins of the medieval Abbey itself can be found between the park and the river Kennet.
If it’s a retail and leisure experience you’re after, the Oracle Shopping and entertainment complex draws a lot of visitors to the town and Reading has been listed as one of the UK’s top ten shopping destinations. There are also some excellent weekend and farmer’s markets.
You can drive into Reading from the M4 from at 10 to 12 or enter via the old Bath Road (A4). Apart from the M4 to the south there is only one road across the Kennet floodplain which can create heavy congestion in the central areas of the town. Reading is also served by a number of A roads including the A33, A327, A329 and A4145.
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