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North Street, YO1 6JF
For those looking for excellence, Park Inn By Radisson York City Centre is sort of an obvious choice. Located in the heart of the city, along the course of the River Ouse, the hotel is a great... Read more
Aldwark, YO61 1UF Aldwark
The Aldwark Manor Golf & Spa Hotel in York, Yorkshire is a Victorian manor house located near the Allerton Castle, the Beningbrough Hall and the Tockwith Motor Sports Centre. Surrounded by a park,... Read more
Situated in the north of England, in the county of North Yorkshire, York is a very old city, safeguarding a huge historical-artistic 2,000 year heritage. An ideal destination for a stay in an environment of culture but also for a wellness holiday. Discover the best accommodation with exclusive spa and wellness centers in York.
What to see in York
The attractions that make York an ideal travel destination for the lovers of history and culture are numerous.
- The Medieval Walls
York probably holds the record of the best maintained old city in Great Britain. The visitor cannot miss a walk inside the walls of the city.
- Clifford’s Tower
Erected on the order of William the Conqueror, this tower played an important role for the control of Northern England over the course of History. From here one can also admire a miraculous view of the city.
- York Minster
You cannot miss a visit to the famous York cathedral, the biggest Gothic church in Northern Europe. There are many legends connected to this imposing cathedral, including the one saying that lovers who kiss under the “Heart of Yorkshire” window will stay together forever.
- The JORVIK Viking Center where the visitor can discover an ancient Viking village
- The National Railway Museum where one can admire and hear train sounds from all over the world
- The Castle Museum, an Ethnographic Museum, which illustrates the story of York.
What to eat in York
This beautiful city offers so many culinary choices that it holds the biggest festival dedicated to the British cuisine, the “York Food and Drink Festival”. During your stay, neglecting to enjoy a pint in one of the many local pubs would be a mortal sin. We advise you to try Ye Olde Starre Inne, the oldest pub in the whole York. For those that have a sweet tooth a stop at Betty’s Tea Room branch is a must. There you will find a variety of sweets that can satisfy even the most demanding palates. And when you are in York, don’t miss trying the Yorkshire pudding.
Lovers of shopping will not be disappointed because in this city they will find some of the most elegant shopping streets in Great Britain. In the oldest stone paved street, called the Shambles, the visitor can find a number of shops and boutiques.
How to reach York
York can easily be reached thanks to the nearby airports of Leeds-Bradford and Manchester. Otherwise York is well connected with the major cities in Great Britain and can easily be reached by train or bus.
When to visit York
The best periods to visit York are spring and summer when the temperature is milder and the days longer. If you don’t like the cold you must avoid the period from January to March.