Take a step back into Middle Ages during your hop on hop off York tour. Visit a historic, and apparently haunted, city that was founded by the Romans during your sightseeing trip! With your tickets, you can explore the city at your own pace because you can decide which attractions you want to see during your vacation. Then, you can skip the ones you don’t! There are plenty of places to see in the walled city of York. Check out the medieval shopping area at Shambles, the Museum Gardens and Roman ruins, or the ancient city gateway at Micklegate Bar for some spectacular sightseeing. You can even learn about York’s railroad history or hear about the city’s chocolate history! Or, you can even save some money and opt for the York Pass, which includes admissions to the most popular attractions. So, enjoy a bus tour during your holidays and discover the city one stop at a time. It’s what to do in York!
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On your first visit to York... you need a full overview of this fabulous town. .you can then get off and visit the places that interest you more..don't skip the cathedral! Driver and guides are warm and friendly, they cover the whole town with clear explanations... good pronounciation.. have a go.. you can then walk around knowing where you are..and won't get lost...
The your was great and I enjoyed it. I would have liked to have had one or two more stops. The 18th to 1st stop were close by so I didn't need the bus to get to than and therefore came off and walked. I would have like to have more stops that were not as close so that I felt that I really needed to bus to see the rest. The conductors were really friendly and super helpful and I loved that. The narration was really good and as a visitor allowed me to understand the history of York.
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