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  • Chocolate Story Factory

    The York chocolate story factory is an interactive museum that covers the entire history of chocolate in York. In this city-centre museum you will discover the first chocolate ever created and can compare it with today's creations. At York Chocolate Story you will walk...

    0 by Jennifer, in What to do York, one year ago
  • York Minster

    The York Minster is York's very famous cathedral. Entry is £10 and if you want to climb the tower's 350 steps to get an uninterrupted view of York you will need to pay an extra £5. The climb up the tower is done in guided groups of 15 to 20 people at most. The tower...

    0 by Jennifer, in What to see York, one year ago
  • Jorvik Museum

    The Jorvik Viking Centre is a museum located in the centre of the town, close to a number of shops. Entry costs approximately £10. Jorvik recreates the Viking city of York. For the first part of the tour you travel around the town in small pods, almost like a...

    0 by Jennifer, in What to do York, 2 years ago
  • The York Walls

    If you go to York, the most unmissable (and free) thing to do is to take a walk around the old city walls. The city walls surround the town and allow you to see the city limits. The walls are a sort of guided tour of the town and it's different quarters since all you...

    0 by Jennifer, in What to do York, 2 years ago
  • Slug and Lettuce

    There is an immensely popular place in York, located just by the river, crowded almost every weekend and having a really nice interior! What’s more they run some brilliant offers. Mondays and Tuesdays you can have a burger & a pint/glass of wine/soft drink for...

    0 by Michal, in Where to eat York, 2 years ago
  • El Piano

    In this place our Erasmus friends can be found. The family that runs the restaurant speaks fluent Spanish as they have other restaurants in Spain (Andalusia). But they are originally from York. The atmosphere is really good. Music, teenagers and students. They can help...

    0 by Nuria , in Where to eat York, 3 years ago
  • Betty 's cafe in york

    This place is such luxury place. You can really see the old British culture mixed with modernism. You can have lovely English breakfast of a very good quality. It is located in the middle of the city centre and has a very nice view. They offer lunch too, but in my...

    0 by Sama, in Where to eat York, 5 years ago
  • Last drop inn

    "Last drop inn" was the point where we drank most of the beer we had during our York trip.  It is a really nice place, full of room and with some tables to spend time with the friends. It is opened since lunch (or even before, I am not so sure) till 1 a.m. (I guess)....

    0 by Mónica, in Cafe, cocktail, beer York, 7 years ago

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