Located on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border, Newmarket is most famous for its horse racing heritage.
It is estimated one in every three local jobs is related to horse racing with the Suffolk town boasting two racecourses, 50 miles of turf gallops and 17 miles of artificial gallops.
Other notable horse racing attractions include the Rowley Mile and July Course racecourses, the National Horseracing Museum at Palace House and Tattersalls – the oldest bloodstock auctioneers in the world.
Away from racing, the town has also been home to three Royal palaces and gives its name to two varieties of sausage that are produced in the town.
For commuters, Bury and Cambridge are both within easy reach. Set on the A14, the cities of Norwich, Peterborough and London are also all accessible in an hour. For overseas travel, Stansted Airport is a 45 min drive away.