Few cities in England are able to boast such an exciting mix of history and culture, and this spring break will allow plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere of York, without too many hoards of visitors. York is a medley of cobbled streets, romantic atmosphere and fantastic history that pulls you in from the moment you arrive. Visit the iconic cultural and religious building that is York Minster with its roots in the 7th century! Wander round the city walls, the most expansive medieval walls in the whole of England. Head to the National Railway Museum with its amazing vintage trains including world record holder Mallard. Take a stroll through the Shambles, Yorks medieval shopping street, with overhanging timber framed buildings from the fourteenth century. There are many other attractions including Cliffords Tower, Yorks Chocolate Story, and the Jorvik Viking Centre, all of which are within a few minutes walk of our hotel.
Please note that, in order to allow maximum flexibility to enjoy the many and varied attractions in York, admissions to Harlow Carr Garden and Castle Howard are not included in the holiday price, but will be payable locally. Your driver will provide details of these excursions.
Travel Insurance £26.50 pp
Day 1 - Monday
One of our taxis will collect you from home and bring you to the coach. We journey north, making suitable refreshment stops along the way, and arrive in York by the end of the afternoon.D
Day 2 - Tuesday
After breakfast, we will be joined by a guide who will take us on a gently paced 'ESSENTIAL YORK' walking tour. We will see the best parts of the Walls, Historic Streets and Snickelways (York's picturesque hidden alleyways), plus the exterior of York Minster. The walk will finish in the city centre so that you can spend the rest of this morning and the afternoon exploring at your own pace.B, D
Day 3 - Wednesday
Today is available for continuing to visit York's many attractions. Alternatively, the coach will take you to HARROGATE. It is an elegant spa town, with attractive gardens and tree-lined boulevards. There will be plenty of time in which to admire Harrogate's grand Georgian architecture and, perhaps, pop into Betty's Tearoom for some delicious homemade cake! If you prefer you can visit HARLOW CARR GARDEN. Run by the RHS, Harlow Carr is a showcase of horticultural excellence, and there will be displays of spring flowers throughout the Garden (admission payable locally - free to RHS members).B, D
Day 4 - Thursday
You may still have sights to see in York, but if not you can join the coach for the short journey to CASTLE HOWARD, one of Britain's finest stately homes. Admire the sumptuous interiors with world renowned works of art and explore the monumental gardens with statues, lakes, temples and fountains. Admission will be payable locally.B, D
Day 5 - Friday
We leave Yorkshire and make our way home to Sussex, arriving for late afternoon taxis to your door.B
THE QUEENS HOTEL YORK
The Queens Hotel is centrally situated on the south bank of the River Ouse, and is perfect for exploring all the main attractions in York. The 78 bedrooms, accessed by a lift, are comfortably furnished and have complimentary Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making facilities. The traditional restaurant has views over the River and there is a bar where you can enjoy a drink before dinner. We have used the Queens on several previous tours and it has always proved popular with Roadmark guests.
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