Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, England are many things rolled in to one. One may call it an inland port, a civil parish or even a market town or simply a culmination of the three. With River Nene being the main source of water, the town houses about 32000 people in its heart. Initially a municipal borough, the place is now a civil parish.
The place is home to Wisbech Grammar School, one of the oldest schools in the United Kingdom. This school was established in the year 1379. The place is high on culture and arts and as such annual arts and theatre are held. This place is also popular for its Georgian architecture that is still very much there.
Often a sought after destination in the list of tourists the place is rich in natural beauty as well as architectural buildings that have kept the history of the place alive. Once you visit the area you will be transported back in time when the Georgian Era was still thriving.
If you are planning to visit the area then the best time is August as December and January are the coldest months while February is the driest of the lot.