WHETHER you've lived in the Faithful City all your life, or only just moved, you will know there is lots going on and plenty to enjoy.

With that in mind we wanted to celebrate the attractions that make Worcester special, and asked our readers the places they recommend everyone should definitely visit.

We had hundreds of responses and here are some of the top suggestions:

Worcester Cathedral

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Andrew Graham and Kathryn Clayton were among the readers who named Worcester Cathedral as their top destination.

The present cathedral church was built between 1084 and 1504, and represents every style of English architecture from Norman to Perpendicular Gothic. Famously the Cathedral contains the tomb of King John.

River Severn

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A number of readers suggested their favourite thing to do was to take a walk along the River Severn.

The river is Britain's longest, running 220 miles, and in Worcester it is overlooked by the Cathedral and passes by Pitchcroft.

In the summer boat trips can be taken, while a Canal & River Trust project has meant Diglis now features the biggest fish pass in England and Wales where a viewing gallery is available for public tour visits.

The Commandery

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Em Smith was among readers who suggested the Commandery.

The Commandery is, of course, famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the Battle of Worcester 1651.

Museums Worcestershire offers a varied programme of activities and events at the Sidbury attraction, which gives all residents the chance to learn more about the history of the city.

The Guildhall

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Ross Wilson was among the readers who highlighted The Guildhall.

The stunning building in High Street dates back to 1721, and is steeped in history including once being the seat of justice, housing a prison.

Today the venue host a variety of city events, and council meetings.

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum

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Maggi Davis was among the readers who suggested this attraction.

Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is housed in an elegant Victorian building in the heart of Worcester, and Museum Worcestershire aim to have something for families to enjoy all year around including special exhibitions, events and activities.

And if you need another reason to visit, entry is free.