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The county of Worcestershire is located within the West islands of England. The county is divided into six districts: Worcester Malvern Hills, Were Forest, Bromsgrove, Wychavon and Redditch. The county town is Worcester. The Worcester’s population is estimated at nearly 580,000.

There is no gaming establishments available within the county of Worcestershire. However, the nearest casinos are located just less than 25 miles away. They are mainly located in Birmingham. It won’t take too much time to experience the slot machines, Poker Room and traditional gaming tables such as Roulette, Three Card Poker or Blackjack. The most popular casinos remain the Gentling Edgbaston Casino Birmingham, the Rainbow Casino Birmingham or the Gentling Club Star City Casino Birmingham.

One of the most famous attractions in Worcestershire is doubtlessly the Worcester Cathedral. Located in the county town, this magnificent religious buildings features Royal tombs, Medieval cluster, an ancient crypt, chapter House and some sumptuous Victorian Stained Glass.

The Broadway Tower is an impressive monument located on Middle Hill., in Broadway. Built during the 18th century, it was designed by landscape designer Capability Brown prior being completed by the famous architect James Wyatt in 1798. The beautiful surroundings of the Tower attract many visitors throughout the year.

The lovers of nature and great outdoors won’t miss a chance to explore the magnificent landscapes of the Malvern Hills. The site is ideal to fully experience the scenic countryside of Worcestershire. Spectacular views are available along the waling, biking and hiking trails.

Families will be amazed by the Drive Though Safari at West islands Safari and Leisure of Bewdley. During summer season, the park features a great family entertainment thanks to 4-miles of safari. More than 1,500 animal species are presented to the public. Among them, we count Indian Rhinos, white lions, tigers, giraffes or Elephants.

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