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Wells in a cathedral city lying within the county of Somerset, in the South West of England. It is a city full of heritage and historic architecture. As well as this, the historic marketplace hosts events twice a week, with plenty of culture and events, this city is a lovely area for a graduate to settle in.

Transport links
The nearest international airport to Wells is Bristol Airport, just 12.4 miles from the centre of Wells. Just 35 minutes by car, or alternatively, 1 hour 20 minutes by bus.

Wells does not have its own train station, however Bristol Temple Meads Station is just an hour by bus and provides national links to all over the country.

Wells has a good network of buses running both within the city and providing links to other cities such as Bristol, Bath, and Weston-Super-Mare.

Wells lies on the National Cycle Network, running between Bristol and Padstow, Cornwall. There are various routes in Wells on the Somerset Levels and the Mendips.
Renting Prices
The average rent for a one bedroom property in Wells is £619 pcm per calendar month (pcm).

The average rent for a flat is £672 pcm, and for a house £995 pcm.
Wells has a range of pubs and bars, as well as the Kudos Nightclub, which is popular with the locals. With a wide range of food and drink to try, this is the perfect location for a graduate who wants a slightly less busy nightlife.
Notable Attractions
The most notable attraction near Wells is the famous Glastonbury Festival, which is held once a year over a summer weekend. The beautiful Somerset Levels and Mendips Hills are also the perfect walking location, as well as the nearby Cheddar Gorge caves. For the lovers of architecture, there is the stunning Wells Cathedral, and Bishop’s Palace and Gardens. For those who love their wine the city is also surrounded by vineyards, including Wraxall and Fenny Castle. A fun day out can also be had on the East Somerset Steam Railway.
The economy in Wells
Wells has a large tourist economy, due to its location and heritage, near to major sites such as Cheddar Gorge and Stonehenge. Because of the city’s architecture and surrounding countryside, many areas have been used for filming, such as the programmes Poldark and Broadchurch.

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