Very few cities in the world rival York in character and history. With its intriguing provenance which dates back 2,000 years, Viking and Roman ancestry, Georgian and modern elegance, York has plenty to engage in for both adults and children.
There’s so many things to do and so much to see, you’ll definitely need a few days to take it all in. Visit iknow-UK to browse a selection of holiday rentals and hotels to find a perfect stay in York.
Here are a few things to do during your York holidays:
Walk the city walls
Walking the city walls is one of the best free activities to participate in York city. With a span of over 3 kilometres, the city walls are the longest section of the medieval walls in England. It takes nearly 2 hours to finish the walk.
Enjoy York holidays by exploring the sights of the city and surrounding countryside on river Ouse or Foss using York boats. The boats (most of which have open decks) offer several daily sailings. Also, there are boats for hire and party boats for your convenience.
Visit museum gardens
Stretching across 10 acres in the heart of York, the museum gardens is a home to more than 40 bird species. It’s also where you find the parts of Roman Forts, remains of the 11th century St. Leonard’s hospital, and the oldest (still-functioning) observatory in Yorkshire.
Experience unique Shopping
From designer labels, independent boutiques, to antique shops selling vintage jewellery, York shops can satisfy even the most demanding shopper. When you travel to York, stroll through the web of cobbled streets, and browse the incredible collection of ancient relics and curios.
Enjoy York delicacies
York is known for being the food capital of the county, which makes dining here a gastronomic experience. In York hotels, the traditional meets contemporary- you can enjoy everything from the local delicacies to international cuisines. Moreover, when lights go down, York city breaks into a life with enthralling riverside terraces, continental-style wine bars, real ale nightclubs, and pubs.
York is a city with streets, buildings, and walls that mark the pageant of history blended in the modern world. It offers a warm ambience that allows you to enjoy a vibrant café of activities throughout the thriving and beautiful city.
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