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Southampton, which is the largest city in the Hampshire county, is located at the south coast in England. Southampton is only 100 kilometers away (about 62 miles away) from London, and is only 30 kilometers (or about 19 miles) from Portsmouth, which makes it an ideal location for the business traveler, who wishes to make the most out of his stay in the area.
Southampton serves as a major port city, and is located on the Southampton Water near the Test and Itchen rivers.
Southampton has a population of about 240,000 people, and the local population is called Sotonians, due to the name of the city sometimes shortened to Soton or So'ton - depends on the speaker.
While visiting Southampton you might want to visit the local attraction, which is the longest stretch of medieval walls in the entire area of the country of England. Other points of attraction include the distinct Tudor House which now serves as a museum. Other museums include the Southampton Maritime museum as well as Solent Sky, which is an aviation museum for the local area, and features photos and other exhibits that showcase the aeronautical history of the place.
Other points of attraction include the Southampton Boat Show, which is held every year in the month of September, and features over 600 exhibitors, and operates for a week on the waterfront. The boat show has been held in Southampton ever since 1968, and is part of the Sea City event, which runs for several months each year, and celebrates Southampton's ties with the waterfront - historical and present.
Other points of attraction for the tourists visiting Southampton include the Mayflower Theatre, which can hold up to 2,300 people, and is famous for hosting West End shows - like Les Miserables and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and many more. Another theatre is the Nuffield Theatre, which is located at the campus of a local university - the University of Southampton's Highfield.
While visiting the Nuffield Theatre you can also see other performing acts being held by the local performing societies - like the Southampton Operatic Society.
While in Southampton you will also be able to enjoy the local bands who play live in various musical venues - such as The Brook and The Talking Heads, and many more.
There are also many bars in the area, which are called public houses locally, or pubs for short, which make it - according to one survey - ideal for people between the age of 18 and 30. Southampton offers a buzzing night life, and many attractions for other types of tourists.
Those other attractions include taking your family and friends on a cruise ship - of which there are plenty in the area, and they are available all the time. There are also passenger vessels that operate in the area, which can take you from place to place, some of them include some of the world's largest cruise ships.
There are also sport attractions - such as the local Southampton football club, which is nicknamed "the saints", which you can see playing at the St. Mary's stadium.
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