Home for students at the University of York and York St. John University.
Rich in ancient history, exquisite architecture and cobbled streets. York is home to the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe, the Jorvik Viking Festival, York Races, tea rooms - and maybe you too.
The iconic York Minster is, of course, the headline act. York’s world-class cathedral rooted in the nation's earliest history. A masterpiece of stained glass and stone. Embrace the angelic sounds, medieval history, precious treasure and unexpected stories. Inspirational.
Then there's the shops, entertainment, bars and cafes. Whether it's a Sunday roast, gastro pub, fine dining, afternoon tea, real ale or wine bar you're after, York has it all. Including the biggest food and drink festival in the UK. International. Local. Traditional.
And if that's not enough York has all the transport links you need, with direct links to Edinburgh, Birmingham and London.
With more attractions per square mile than any other destination in the UK, whether you're a country bumpkin or city slicker, you'll be right at home in York.
Our places in York
They’re all great but slightly different, check them all out and let us know which one is your favourite.