Northampton is located in central England. The main city of Northamptonshire County has experienced periods of ups and downs. It was an important English city during the Middle Ages and even housed a royal residence. But then came the period of oblivion, which lasted until the Industrial Revolution. A fire in 1675 destroyed the medieval image of the city, and the industrial era made adjustments to its architecture. In the XIX century, the entire British Empire wore boots and shoes made in the town. In the 20s of the last century, no less than 50% of Northampton residents were employed in the footwear industry. You can learn about the history of the city from the Northampton Museum and Art Gallery. It has a stunning collection of shoes. You can walk around the main Market Square, see All Saints' Church, the Victorian Town Hall, and the Guildhall.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: