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Truro in Cornwall – a diamond on the edge of the peninsula

Dear Friends,

this post will be focused on Truro in Cornwall.

Truro Location

Truro is a city and civil parish in Cornwall. Interestingly, Truro is the only city in the entire Cornwall. Major towns and cities in the further neighbourhood of Truro include Penzance, Falmouth, Newquay, St Austell and Plymouth. Truro has its own aerodrome, but the major airports are Newquay and Plymouth City Airport.

Taxi Travel between Truro and Gatwick/ Heathrow/ London

London is 284 miles away from Truro, whereas Gatwick and Heathrow 270 miles away. A drive may seem tiresome; better pick up one of the airport taxis or a minicab. During a taxi ride you could focus on your business or simply relax, let the chauffeur/ taxi driver drive for you. A cab cost does not to be high, if you are a frequent traveler who books ones’ taxi in advance the taxi ride can be really cheap when compared to a flight for example. Contact some local taxi companies of a major airport taxi firm in the UK and compare the prices to find out the lowest one for yourself.

Landmarks in Truro

One of the most remarkable landmarks is possibly the gothic cathedral designed by architect John Loughborough Pearson. Royal Cornwall Museum detailing Cornish history and culture deserves some attention too. Some argue that the Arthur’s inscribed stone present in the museum is connected to the legendary King Arthur.

Truro lying in close proximity to Celtic Sea and the English Channel, surrounded by numerous woods, is a place extremely close to nature that has the power to calm the nerves and uplift the spirit.




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