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Beautiful Cheltenham will wow you with its impressive architecture, array of historical and cultural offerings and many shops, restaurants and bars. Organising car rental will also give you easy access to some fantastic surrounding areas such as Bath, the Cotswolds and Stratford upon Avon.

Cheltenham has plenty up its sleeve to tempt visitors. Here's why you should go...

The refined regency spa town of Cheltenham is a treasure chest of historical attractions. From the stunning architecture that reflects the town's regency heritage to sights such as the beautiful 19th century Neptune Fountain, a stroll through Cheltenham is a walk through time. Be sure to pay a visit to the town's oldest building, St Mary's Church. The Wilson: Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum is a further attraction that history buffs and culture vultures alike will find interesting.

If you're feeling energetic (and the sun is shining), why not take a trip to the outdoor 1930s-style lido set in four acres of lovely grounds? And sticking with the water theme, the boating lake at Pittville Park is another option during your stay.

Of course no trip to Cheltenham would be complete without a visit to the famous race course. Grab your spot and experience the excitement and buzz of a day at the races at this iconic track.

Great shopping, a buzzing nightlife and plenty of cafes further add to Cheltenham's charm and make it a truly exciting place to visit.