York UK is one of those charming quintessential towns that make you proud to be British. Imagine historic cobbled streets, medieval buildings, and quirky shops. Whilst so many cities claim to be cosmopolitan, York is proud to remain beautifully frozen in time. Despite that, there are always new shops, bars, cafes, and attractions popping up in this city and york vle. I find something new every time I head into town. Most of the central streets are pedestrianized during the day, meaning you can easily amble through York’s cobbled labyrinth.
York is only 2-hours on the East Coast train line from London and 2-hours 30 minutes from Edinburgh, making it accessible from both the north and the south.
Walk in the footsteps of Warriors on York’s City Walls
One of the first things you should do when arriving in York is to take a stroll along the medieval York City Walls, which are the best-preserved city walls in England. There is no entry fee and it is a great way to get your bearings of the city. Connected by 4 main gates, you can access the walls at multiple points around the city. York dungeon are also famous around the city, it is the best place to explore in York.
This beautiful tin magnet is designed with the pictures of the top attractions from historic city york minster, walmgate bar, botham bar, mickle gate bar, St Mary's Abbey printed on the magnet and the word city of york along city crest and yorkshire rose nicely printed on the magnet. This nicely designed tin magnet will make a perfect collection to your fridge and as a gift to your friends and family.
Hire a Little Red Boat on the River Ouse
Running through the center of York is the River Ouse, meaning the city is rich with picturesque riverside locations (particularly great in summer). If you are feeling adventurous you can hire your very own Red Boat and chug up and down the Ouse. Pack a picnic and some prosecco for a fun afternoon on the water. If you are not keen on driving your own boat, York boat run much larger group boat trips up and down the river.
Climb to the top of The York Minster
The york minister most iconic sights, and at the top of it is where you will find the best panoramic views of the city. Climb the winding tower of 275 steps and ascend 230 feet before stepping out onto an open-air platform. The views are spectacular, and you can get up close and personal with the gothic gargoyles that live up there.
As to remember what you all experienced in the York minister, we have the best york college tin magnet designed with the picture of York minster the largest cathedral in northern europe, walmgate bar, Clifford Tower, and the shambles street picture printed on the magnet with the word york england written in the middle. If you are in search of cobbled streets, quaint tearooms, gothic buildings, and evidence of a slightly murky history, this is the city for you.
visit the famous York Shambles: The UK’s Most Medieval Street
The york shambles was named Britain’s most picturesque street in the Google Street View Awards and is absolutely steeped in history. In medieval times The york shambles was a street of butchers and the original meat hooks from all those years ago still line the street today. The Shambles is so narrow that the buildings almost touch at either side and today it is filled with the shambles york shops and independent retailers. A walk down the shambles york is a step back in time. It is a real-life Diagon Alley. Tin magnet york shambles road sign designed with the street sign flock on the wall a real view of how it looks on york streets.
The shambles art Tin magnet is very famous for remembering the York shambles, shambles art Tin magnet york designed with an artwork of the city of york's historic streets ass one of the best-preserved medieval street in the UK. The shambles york magnet features the words the shambles york on it and is a perfect souvenir to collect at britishsouvenirs
Tin I heart Love York Magnet features a red heart on white background. This beautiful magnet shows your true love to the city of york.