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119 NORFOLK STREET, SHEFFIELD
Situated in an excellent location in the centre of Sheffield, Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa is the ideal solution for those interested in a wellness holiday. In the surroundings of the... Read more
299 Barrow Road S9 1JQ, Sheffield, England, S9 1JQ
The Travelodge Sheffield Meadowhall Hotel is set in the fringe of Sheffield at walking distance from the Meadowhall Shopping Centre. Located amid Sheffield and Rotherham, this 3-star hotel provides... Read more
Victoria Station Road, S4 7YE
With its classic and traditional style, Hotel Holiday Inn Royal Victoria Sheffield and its excellent service will surely conquer you. Its huge rooms offer landline, satellite TV, a tea and coffee... Read more
Victoria Quays, 2 Furnival Road, S4 7YA South Yorkshire
Swimming pool, beauty centre, gym and much more make Hotel Hilton Sheffield an ideal place for a nice and relaxing stay. Located a 5-minute walk from the lovely city of Sheffield, this prestigious... Read more
Blonk Street S1 2AB, Sheffield, England, S1 2AB
Opened in Summer 2011, the Holiday Inn Express Sheffield City Centre overlooks the River Don and is conveniently situated within a few minutes' walk of Sheffield city centre. The hotel is easily... Read more
Located in South Yorkshire, Sheffield is one of the largest cities in the United Kingdom.
Besides its thriving cultural scene, its historic attractions and its landscaped parks, Sheffield is the ideal destination for those who are looking for a wellness holiday.
Sheffield, whose name derives from the River Sheaf, is also known as the city of the seven hills since it is located in a very hilly area. 61% of the entire area of Sheffield is covered with green spaces: there are in fact more than 2,500 areas of green, such as parks, gardens and woods.
Internationally known since the nineteenth century for its production of steel, especially of forks and knives, Sheffield is still a major center of the steel industry. The most innovative production processes are applied in the factories of this city thanks to its research centers and the highly advanced systems designed here.
Sheffield is a very lively city and, in recent decades, has invested heavily in culture. Here there are two famous universities (University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University) while in the Cultural Industries Quarter there are many trendy bars, a radio station, showrooms and art galleries.
What to see in Sheffield
Among the main attractions of Sheffield, which are not to be missed are:
- The Millennium Galleries, a modern exhibition complex where there are on display treasures of the past and local products such as those made with metal processing.
- The Town Hall in Sheffield with its Pomeroy friezes depicting steel processing and the statue of Vulcan on the top of the clock tower.
- Dating from the twelfth century the Cathedral of Sheffield, the oldest building in the city.
- The Sheffield Winter Garden which is one of the largest greenhouses in Europe housing hundreds of plants from various parts of the world. If you love visiting parks, then we recommend that you visit the Sheffield Botanical Garden.
In spring this park comes alive with the colors of hundreds of different plants and flowers. The Botanical Gardens of Sheffield are very special, both for their species, and for their architectural construction.
- Chatsworth House, a historic residence which houses many works of art. It is also worth visitingthe exquisite gardens with their spectacular fountains.
How to get to and move in Sheffield
The nearest airport is the Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield, at a35 minute driving distance from the center of Sheffield. Other airports in the area are the Manchester Airport, connected to Sheffield by a direct train, the Nottingham East Midlands Airport and Leeds Bradford Airport. Click here to find your flight to Sheffield.
For your transportation it is not advisable to use the car: the city center of Sheffield is compact and can be easily be toured on foot.
When to visit Sheffield
Sheffield enjoys a temperate climate, with an average annual temperature of around 12 ° C. July is the hottest month while February is the coldest.