Since being in England, I've visited Winchester three times. And those three times, I've discovered little by little this small city, and I've fallen in love with it. There is something about these cute streets, old-fashioned houses and beautiful cathedral that bewitched me.
The city is not tiny, but it's still small enough not to be overwhelming - I don't really like big cities where you get lost in the middle of huge crowds. It has amazing architectural and natural spots, and that's what I wanted to show through the pictures I took during my trips. The cathedral is incredible, it has architectural elements from the early Middle Ages to the 15th and 16th centuries, and of course it is my beloved Jane Austen's last home. The ruins of Wolvesey Castle are impressive and set in the prettiest part of the city, around the River Itchen.
If there is a place I'd recommend to anybody visiting England, that changes from the usual London/Cambridge/Brighton/etc., I'd say Winchester is the perfect place. I'll surely go again in the future!