Gloucestershire Map

Gloucestershire map, showing the English county of Gloucestershire and its cities, towns and villages.

Interactive Road Map of Gloucestershire England

Gloucestershire Map: Interactive Google road map of Gloucestershire, a county in south-western England. Gloucestershire has an area of 3,150 square kilometres, and a population of over 840,000.

Its major towns are the county town Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Stroud, Cheltenham, and Cirencester, all shown on this Gloucestershire map, it is split into 7 main districts, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Cotswold, Stroud, Forest of Dean and South Gloucestershire.

You can use the navigation buttons on this Gloucestershire map to zoom in on a particular town or get a road route for your journey.

Gloucestershire borders on the counties of Gwent in Wales, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Somerset, Warwickshire and Bristol.

Gloucestershire Places:

Tewkesbury: A small town with some 10,000 inhabitants, situated to the north of Gloucester and Cheltenham, Tewkesbury was named after a 7th century hermit who founded the town. Tewkesbury Abbey was consecrated in 1121. The town stands at the meeting point of the River Severn and River Avon, and is much prone to flooding. Tewkesbury Map (weather).

Stroud: A town renowned for its production of cloth, Stroud lies at the western edge of the Cotswold Hills, at the meeting of the Five Valleys. The resulting excess of water ran numerous water mills for the production of cloth during the Industrial Revolution. Stroud Map (weather).

Cheltenham: Famous for its National Hunt racecourse and festival which is held in March, Cheltenham is a large spa town in Gloucestershire, well known for its wonderful Regency architecture, it has a population of 110,000 and stands on the edge of the Cotswolds. Cheltenham Map (weather).

Gloucester: The county town of Gloucestershire, was originally a Roman fortified city called Colonia Glevum, established to protect roads into Wales. Now a large city with a population of over 120,000 it is mainly concerned with financial and service industries. Its fine cathedral was built on a 7th century monastery. Gloucester Map (weather).

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