Located in Hampshire, Winchester is a small, beautiful cathedral city surrounded by streams and meadows.
Winchester's history dates back to King Alfred the Great and his successors, who made the city their capital. The top attraction of the city is the world famous Winchester Cathedral, which houses a 12th-century Bible. Another attraction nearby is Winchester College which was founded in 1382 and has become a model for private schools throughout England. Additional attractions include the Great Hall, created during William the Conqueror's reign, which is the site of the trial of Sir Walter Raleigh in 1603 and houses what was long thought to be King Arthur's Round Table, that dates back 600 years.