Seperated into three distinct districts, Stratford is well known for its devotion to the arts, specifically drama, but also for how well cultured it is. The Thespian District for the theatres, the Symphonic District for the orchestras, and the Impressionist District, which is home to all types of media.
- Avon Park: This park unites all three districts of Stratford. A huge, elaborate fountain dominates the middle of the park. Many murals cover various parts of the park, and the city’s artistic influences shine through.
- Cymbeline Auditorium: The auditorium that serves as the stage for all of Licentia’s contests. This is the place to go if you’re looking to make it big as a coordinator. When not serving as a Pokéstage, it serves triple duty as a concert hall and a theatrical stage.
- Lower Stratum: Stratford has a complex and winding system of catacombs sprawling underneath it. What started as a spacious sewer system was soon vandalized and used as an underground by hoodlums, eventually being expanded and used as a hideout by said hoodlums. It has matured into a full-on seedy underground for Stratford, complete with shady black market dealings and the occasional poison-type Pokemon moving in from the sewers. Of course, the city claims the sewers are perfectly upkept and that there is no problem.