Leicester is one of the few cities in England that can trace its growth from the Iron Age. It was built on the Roman settlement of Ratae Coritanorum, and visitors can still see evidence of the Roman occupation at the Jewry Wall, the site of the largest Roman bath in England. Leicester also boasts St. Martin's Cathedral, a much restored 11th century church which was elevated to the status of Cathedral in 1926, and the Castle Mound, which contain the ruins of Leicester Castle and the lovely Castle Gardens. But where would you turn to find Reflexologists in Leicester? Look first to theFitMap.co.uk - searching our site by town or postcode will soon provide a full list of Reflexologists in Leicester.
Sites of interest around Leicester include the Newarke Houses - two Jacobean houses from the16th century - and Belgrave Hall and Gardens. This delightful Queen Anne house dates from 1709, and its rooms reflect the elegance of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Alternatively you can come right up to date with a stroll along Leicester's Golden Mile. This unique Asian Quarter offers an unrivalled display of foods, fashion, jewellery, cooking ingredients and utensils. So start today at the one health site that has something for everyone.