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I've been reading the forum postings while planning my return trip to London in early April and noticed the many questions regarding the Cotswolds. I came across this guide while planning my trip. The guide has a list of the towns/villages with a brief description of each. There's also a detailed map showing rail lines if you're trying to explore the area without a car. It looks like a useful guide for those who need help deciding how or what to do/see.

http://www.cotswolds.com/Portals/4/pdfs/TownsandVillagesGuide.pdf


BTW...thanks to the regular posters here. I've found some recommendations for things to do that I haven't done before.

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