I used to live in Coventry, England. It’s a friendly and quaint little town. And while I was there in Coventry many years back, I was given the opportunity to visit Harrogate one fateful spring.
Another quaint little town with loads of touristy things to do. I fell in love with that little town as soon as I laid my eyes on it. Unlike Coventry that’s gloomy and drizzled with rain most of the time except summer, Harrogate is much more exposed to the sun.
Harrogate is a little spa town located in North Yorkshire. It’s a tourist destination andÂ is well famed for its spa water, gardens, recruitment harrogate as well as it’s museum. The town is also lively at night, and the bars and pubs in this little town never sleep.
The quaint little town came a long way. The town’s history can be traced back to 17th century with two settlements, High Harrogate and Low Harrogate as two separate settlement.
It’s believed that the spa waters were discovered somewhere in sixteenth century, during the Georgian era (You know, the famous King George I, II, III and IV whose reign provided colours to the English historical books), and the place was known as The English Spa. And like most spa, the Harrogate spa water contains iron, sulfur and common salt.
The town motto is Arx celebris fontibus, which means “a citadel famous for its springs”, and the economy is generated mainly from tourism. There’s also recruitment agency over there in Harrogate. The recruitment agencies in HarrogateÂ provide working opportunities to the locals as well as students who are on International Study VISA. So if you’re a student and studying somewhere near this town and in need of a temp job, you might want to visit their recruitment agency for some advice.
Beautiful little town, isn’t it, folks? The town is at it’s best during spring and summer each year. If you plan to visit this quaint little town, it is best to do so in summer or spring.
Wanna know more about this beautiful spa town? Well, stay tune for more, folks.