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Probably best known as the home of the British Army, the town of Aldershot in North Hampshire offers a fascinating insight into military history as well as extensive barracks for today's soldiers.
The thriving market town of Alton offers a delightful mix of historic buildings and modern shops and arcades. It is well known for its regular Tuesday market day as well as other markets and fairs.
The picturesque market town of Andover, in the Test Valley, with its attractive high street and narrow walk ways, dates back to Saxon times.
Bishop's Waltham lies twelve miles south east of Winchester and is filled with a host of boutiques and award-winning restaurants housed in 17th and 18th-century buildings.
Eastleigh is part of the picturesque Hamble Valley area stretching along the River Hamble and Solent.
The lively market town of Fareham lies halfway between the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth. It combines a High Street made up of characterful, historical buildings and a modern pedestrianised central shopping area.
The town of Farnborough in north Hampshire is probably best known for its biennial international airshow.
Fleet is situated in the north-east corner of Hampshire, near the M3 motorway and surrounded by small thriving towns and many parishes of unspoiled villages and pretty hamlets.
The ancient and prosperous market town of Romsey sits on the banks of the River Test, one of the finest trout and salmon rivers in Europe.