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The proud medieval city of York remains well protected behind its virtually intact walls, encircling it between the River Ouse and River Foss. Today, visitors may wander along its rampart walk, offering fine views of the cathedral. York Minster is the great architectural monument of the region, symbolising a rich historical legacy. At sunset, the building’s west front is a remarkable sight.

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Tourist attractions York : Things to see and do

  • York Minster Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Deangate GB - York YO1 7HH

    The largest gothic church north of the Alps is 160 m long and 76 m wide at the transept. The vault is 27 m high and the steeple 60 m. The main façade, completed between 1430 and 1470 by the addition of the towers, gives it a French-style 13C shape. T..

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  • National Railway Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    rd. Leeman GB - York YO26 4XJ

    Adjoining the National Museum of Science and Industry, this museum is a fascinating journey through the history of the railway in Great Britain since its invention. The Great Hall houses numerous locomotives, including legendary models (such as Stirl..

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  • Castle Howard Chapel Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    GB - York YO60 7DA

    The chapel has fine stained-glass windows designed in the 19C by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris in 1872. The subject matter is classic Pre-Raphaelite; from left to right: The Annunciation, The Nativity, The Adoration of the Magi an..

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Hotels York

  • Judges Lodging

    9 Lendal GB - York YO1 8AQ

    Prix Prices from : 104 £

    Judges Lodging is a small, elegant Grade I listed Georgian town house that overlooks York Minster. It boasts 3 bars and rooms with free Wi-Fi and an iPod dock. Judges Lodging has luxurious bedrooms with an LCD Freeview TV, a DVD player, and toiletri..

  • The Queens Hotel

    City Centre, Queens Staith Road, Skeldergate GB - York YO1 6DH

    Situated on the banks of the River Ouse, The Queens Hotel is ideally located for the many shops, restaurants and bars that the centre of York has to offer. The Queens Hotel is within easy walking distance of York Train Station, York Minster and the ..

  • Hilton York

    1 Tower Street GB - York YO1 9WD

    In the heart of historic York, this Hilton has 2 bars, 2 restaurants and is opposite the ancient Clifford's Tower. Modern rooms, each with a flat-screen TV, are moments from the Jorvik Viking Centre. With pay movies, tea/coffee facilities, a seating..

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Leisure activities York

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    Discover 2000 years of history with one easy to use pass which gives you free entry to over 70 top York and Yorkshire attractions and special offers! The Yorkshire Pass gives you entry to some of the county’s crown jewel attractions from Castle How..

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    Be fast-track transported to the darkest moments in York's history with the help of live actors and special effects. Even better, by purchasing your ticket ahead of time you'll jump the queue. Don't waste time waiting in lines on vacation! The Yor..

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    Discover York at your own leisure on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour of the city. Explore the once Roman capital of Northern England with a 24-hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus. See all the main sights as you hop on and hop off 20 co..

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Restaurants York

  • Star Inn Traditional and pleasant pubs serving food  A very good restaurant in its category

    High St GB - Harome YO62 5JE

    14C thatched pub with a delightful terrace, a low-ceilinged bar and a brasserie-like restaurant with a chef's table. Dishes have assured flavours and a skilled, classical style; they use the very best of local produce, including veg from the kitchen ..

  • Le Langhe Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Peasholme Grn GB - York YO1 7PW

    Well-established eatery consisting of an upmarket deli - selling imported Italian produce and a great array of wines - and a small dining room and terrace. They offer an extensive selection of fresh, unfussy Italian dishes and some well-priced fine w..

  • Black Swan Comfortable and pleasant restaurant  A very good restaurant in its category

    GB - Oldstead YO61 4BL

    Owned by a family who've lived and farmed here for generations. Enjoy an aperitif in the characterful beamed bar, then head to the smart upstairs restaurant. Carefully presented, ambitious dishes use first rate ingredients; cooking is modern and high..

  • Blue Bicycle Quite comfortable restaurant 

    34 Fossgate GB - York YO1 9TA

    Characterful Mediterranean bistro overlooking the river, with a cosy bar and a spiral staircase leading down to intimate booths. It has a buzzy atmosphere and almost a burlesque feel. Menus offer modern classics. Smart, studio-style bedrooms are in a..

  • Melton's Too Quite comfortable restaurant 

    25 Walmgate GB - York YO1 9TX

    This former saddlery has plenty of character courtesy of old oak timbers, exposed brick and crooked floors. There's a distinct Mediterranean flavour to the dishes, with a selection of tapas and plenty of vegetarian choices on offer.

  • HQ Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    Station Rise GB - York YO1 6HT

  • Star Inn The City Comfortable restaurant 

    Lendal Engine House, Museum St GB - York YO1 7DR

    Busy, buzzy, all-day brasserie in an old brick engine house in Museum Gardens, affording views over the river. Well-judged dishes showcase top Yorkshire produce and are modern yet gutsy. The chargrilled meats are a highlight.

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