York Attractions

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4.6 star rating
(32 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
The awe-inspiring York Minster is a massive Gothic church that is 160 metres long, 76 metres across, and 60 metres tall to the top of its towers. It’s the largest..
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4.5 star rating
(21 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
A cute little original Tudor street in the middle of York. It is about 1 1/2 metres wide at ground level the second stories seem to lean towards each other across the..
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5.0 star rating
(2 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
English pubs (especially the older ones in small towns) are great. Have pint of bitter and some "pork scratchings" and talk about the war with some old locals
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5.0 star rating
(1 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
has hundreeds of books and can read them in comfy chairs
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5.0 star rating
(3 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
A really pleasant place to go around, to sit in the sun, to appreciate the landscape while you could study...
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4.5 star rating
(2 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
Set amoung beautiful gardens and in the shadow of the Minster. Great to visit on the rare sunny day!
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4.0 star rating
(4 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
From the website: "Everything in JORVIK Viking Centre is based on archaeological evidence unearthed during the Coppergate excavations undertaken between 1979–81 by York..
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4.5 star rating
(2 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
Beautiful medieval Town Centre with lots of little, unique shops. Don´t miss the small café withe the chocolate fountain in the window!
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3.8 star rating
(5 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
I could live there. It's an amazing city for site seeing and history buffs.
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4.0 star rating
(2 reviews)
York, England, United Kingdom
Great medieval landmark in York. Original tower burned down in 1190 in a pogrom. The current tower was built in stone after the massacre.
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