Norfolk, a largely rural county located in the East Anglia region of eastern England, is the fifth largest county in England. The county’s North Sea coastline is one of its principal attractions, and here you’ll find The Wash estuary, a beautiful shallow bay and an important haven for wildlife. The county’s capital is Norwich, England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, which is home to Norwich Cathedral, the University of East Anglia (UEA) and Norwich F.C.’s Carrow Road ground. Kings Lynn, Great Yarmouth, Swaffham, Diss and Thetford are examples of other cities and towns in the county. Well-known tourist destinations include The Broads, a network of inland waterways, lakes and marshes, and Thetford Forest, the largest lowland pine forest in the UK. Fine examples of regional cuisine can be found across the county, especially in North Norfolk, where many restaurants serve up the crops of the fishing fleets. From traditional pub food at the Chequers Inn (Thompson) to fine dining at the Michelin-star Neptune restaurant (Hunstanton), there are plenty of places to enjoy the region’s home-grown produce.