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York is steeped in history.

Why not visit the Minster – York’s majestic Gothic cathedral – explore the charming cobbled streets of the Shambles and discover the city’s incredible history.

Why not visit the wonderful National Railway Museum (free entry) where you can see exhibits such as a Japanese Bullet Train and a number of Royal carriages? Take in the view from Clifford’s Tower or return to York Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe. Alternatively enjoy a stroll along the Shambles, regarded as one of the best preserved medieval streets in Europe.

York is a great city with plenty to See and Do.
Steeped in history you can discover more about this ancient walled city by taking one of many guided walking tours - or you could take it easy and relax on a river cruise through the city.

Take a right outside of York railway station to avoid the crowds

See the Shambles in York

York has the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe -  York Minster

Home to one of the largest railway museums in the World, where visitors can view the only Shinkansen bullet train outside of Japan.

Nightclubs and Bars with live music.


Try a traditional Sunday lunch with a homemade Yorkshire pudding!

Or sample one of the many cask ales available from one of the historic pubs in the city

Travel around York by foot, river, bike or local bus.

Contact us about day tours to take by rail from York.

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