Lincoln city centre is compact enough to walk around yet has so much to explore. Whether you want to go shopping, relax with a cup of tea or dine in style, you can do it in Lincoln.
With unique attractions such as Lincoln Cathedral and Steep Hill, culture at Lincoln Drill Hall and The Collection and stunning, waterside restaurants and bars, you will want to stay for longer to discover all of Lincoln for yourself.
And the delights of Lincoln don't stop at the city - it doesn't take long to reach the Lincolnshire countryside or even the east coast of England.
To help you enjoy your visit even more, find out about Lincoln's character areas using the boxes below.
The vibrant waterfront with luxury hotels, al fresco dining, panoramic view bars, cinema, boat trips, and events all year round.
Wander the cobbled streets - The Strait, Steep Hill and Bailgate - to find independent shopping, quaint tea rooms, fine dining, Lincoln Castle, and Lincoln Cathedral.
Lincoln's busy High Street is made up of shopping centres, independent boutiques, cafes, pubs, and restaurants - a perfect base for your visit.
Explore north of Lincoln into West Lindsey - picturesque villages and market towns, natural beauty, and the unique Gainsborough Old Hall.
Enjoy the wonders of South Kesteven, the southern gateway to Lincolnshire, including stunning scenery, historic castles, and the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton.
Lincoln is the county town of Lincolnshire and so is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside to explore - stretching from the Humber to the Wash.