York is a historic walled city that has far more to offer and more secrets than you can imagine. Nestled at the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, York is full of things to do and see. Not only does York have over 2000 years of history and one of the best preserved medieval cities in the UK but it's Viking history makes is a fascinating place to come and spend time.
The list of activities in York is practically endless - from art classes to off road cycling and gentle strolls on the moors to fast action adrenaline sports, it is simply a matter of taste. Let us know what sort of thing you want to do or browse the activities on the site.
York is host to the annual Food and Drink Festival, the UK’s biggest culinary festival which gives you a taste of the culinary delights this city has to offer. Not only that but York also has loads of traditional pubs and Inns, some of them with their own haunted hidden secrets.
For the night scene, it is said that York has one pub for every night of the year so there is no shortage of places to enjoy a pint or glass of wine. Riverside bars, restaurants and live music are also popular during the summer months and there is a nightclub for all tastes.