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York Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours

A visit to York means you're entering a city with a rich historical past and all the trappings of a modern, forward-thinking destination. Book York hop on hop off bus tours, and you'll soon be painting your own picture of this important city. Hop on at any stop and explore away; there's plenty to see. Take in York Minster's delights and other key attractions like Gilly Gate, the Memorial Gardens, Clifford Tower and South Bank. Make sure to explore the markets and cobbled streets with their quaint shops, restaurants and cafes. Head to the museums and learn about York's historical past. There really is so much to enjoy. So take your time and enjoy exploring at a slower pace. A hop on hopoff bus tour is the perfect way to capture the best of the city, and York certainly doesn't disappoint

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Best time to visit
Head to York during spring, and you are in for a real treat. That's from March to May. The flowers are in bloom, and the weather is often at its best. It's also peak season, so expect queues and higher tariffs in hotels. Be warned, like all year, the weather can be unpredictable, so make sure to have an umbrella or raincoat!
Getting there
York isn't a large city, so walking the best way to explore. There are local transport services and taxis if you want to go further afield. There are also good rail connections with the rest of the country.
Did you know?
  • Impress your friends with these tidbits of information: Love your chocolate? Then York's the place for you. Renowned for making it, including the Kitkat! About 5 million are made every day!
  • Head to the York Chocolate Story for more...chocolate? It took 250 years to build York Minster. They started construction in 1220, and it was completed in 1472. Yorks walls are three miles long - that makes them the longest city walls in England.

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