Rugby in Warwickshire - whether you live here or are visiting the area, you will find plenty to see and do
Rugby is the ideal centre for a break in the Heart of England
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Unique attractions - birthplace of Rugby Football, Guided Tours of Rugby School, the Rugby Football Museum, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Excellent transport links - by car, train or canal boat, and less than 30 minutes from Birmingham International Airport
Regional Britain in Bloom winner in 1999 and 2000, runners-up in 2001 and 2002. Gold certificate in 2004! Gold medal in the large town/small city category in 2006
Other places on the doorstep - Stratford upon Avon, Warwick Castle, Coventry Cathedral, National Space Centre
Rugby has much to offer and full details of places to visit and accommodation are available from
New figures just released show that Rugby is increasing its appeal as a visitor destination. In 2002 Rugby received 2.2 million visitors, spending a total of £92 million. They spent three and a half hours on average in the Borough. Rugby Tourism sees this as part of a growing trend and is committed to improving the quality of the visitor experience.
Its Members consist of hotels, bed & breakfast establishments, restaurants and cafés, attractions, retail outlets, other businesses and interested individuals in the Borough of Rugby, situated in Warwickshire in the Heart of England.
We hope that you will join Rugby Tourism. You will receive personal service and be part of an organisation that actively represents the local tourist industry.
It was 1823 when William Webb Ellis stormed with a football in his hands through a crowd of his fellow students at the Rugby School. While many of them saw it as a fun pastime back then, few would have imagined that it would become a sport of worldwide recognition. Nowadays, after years of regulations this practice has evolved into a game with millions of supporters. If you are one of them, a visit to its traditional birthplace is a must. Below are just some of the best things that you and your escorts from http://www.eros.com/ can enjoy in this small English town.
Rugby is a small town in Warwickshire with less than 100,000 inhabitants. Despite of its minor size and quiet atmosphere, this tiny community attracts thousands of visitors every year. Its fame is rightly attributed to the invention of rugby almost two centuries ago. Tourists who come here have the unique chance of walking on the same turf where the first hurdles took place in the 1800s. Many of them are accompanied by a London escort, the ideal guide to this important bit of British history.
Today, rugby is considered the best contact sport in the world. Whether you are just passing through the West Midlands, or you are there for a longer time, you should take your escorts to The Close at Rugby School. Together with these beautiful ladies from EROS you can admire the spectacular memorabilia displayed here.
Few people know that rugby is not only about hurdles and touchdowns. This small town is also the place where the first jet engine was invented in 1937. You can observe it in the local museum, together with the first holograms developed here in 1947. Visiting this place alone would be a waste of time. Make this trip a memorable experience by taking a London escort with you. These girls love to have fun and discover historical places.
Over the years, Rugby has incorporated many of the surrounding villages. Today, a short stroll through its streets can reveal amazing architectural traits of times long gone. Some of them are the St. Andrews Church, the Clock Towers and the Caldecott Park. All of these make for a sensational trip that you and your escorts are bound to remember for years to come.
Rugby started when William Webb Ellis broke the rules of football one day, during recess. His courage and the subsequent popularity increase of this sport have earned him an imposing statue located near the museum that boasts his name. This is the no.1 tourist attraction in the town and every London escort that visits these places has her picture taken here.
The street that leads to the Webb Ellis Museum is adorned with 50 bronze plaques dedicated to the best rugby players ever. A fun game played by many visitors is to try and recognize as many of them as possible. Take this opportunity to play an engaging game with your escorts. This is the best way to tighten the bond between the two of you and build a stronger friendship.