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Lancaster is a pretty location incorporating a vibrant nightlife, entertainment, shopping and a rich historical heritage. The city has wonderful views of the coast and the Lancaster canal is an idyllic location for a stroll. It’s a city with much to do and explore and would be an ideal dwelling for graduates post-university life.


Transport links
Lancaster has a brilliant 50 miles of traffic-free cycleways. The city is easily accessible by car via the M6 and there is a regular bus network within the city centre and surrounding areas.

There are frequent trains locally and to other major cities including: London, Manchester, Glasgow, Blackpool; and five miles away in Heysham there is a car ferry journeying to Ireland and the Isle of Man operated by Stenaline.
Renting Prices
Renting a one-bedroom apartment in Lancaster city centre costs an average of £522 per calendar month (pcm), and a one-bedroom outside of the city centre costs around £438 pcm. A three-bedroom outside of the city centre costs an average of £583 pcm and £860 pcm for a city-centre three-bedroom apartment.
Nightlife
Lancaster has a large student population, but also offers a great evening out for locals. There are several pubs offering live music, bars, nightclubs, and traditional taverns serving local bitter and craft beer, comedy clubs, theatres and lots of restaurants serving up various cuisines.
Notable Attractions
Around Lancaster there are many historical sites and museums waiting to be discovered including the striking Lancaster Castle and Maritime Museum.

The Trough of Bowland is area of amazing natural beauty, Lancaster Brewery is fun day out exploring freshly made local cider and beer and Lancaster Market is home to many freshly prepared delights
The economy in Lancaster
Lancaster has a higher proportion of people employed within the agriculture industry compared to the UK average. Significant sectors within the city include: retail and wholesale, health and social work, education and manufacturing.
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