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York Christmas Fayre - Day Break

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Board Basis: N/A
  • Tour Ref: D2TCAL19219

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

1 days

Day Break

Explore the delightful Christmas market and attractions of York and its Christmas Fayre. Take a stroll through the Shambles, enjoy the Minster, city wall and Cliffords Tower, along with a host of other attractions along the way.

PRICE FROM ? £20 per person
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Includes

Includes
  • Coach travel with reserved seating
  • Time to enjoy historic York to enjoy the annual Christmas Fayre.
York’s annual Christmas Market is spread out over a few of the city’s historic streets, offering a wide range of stocking fillers, unique gifts and fairground attractions that are sure to delight the whole family. You’ll also be able to sample some of the best food Yorkshire has to offer in St. Sampson’s Square, as well as a range of international flavours

York Carousel

Christmas Market carousel

York

York

York, a beautiful and enchanting walled city in the heart of North Yorkshire.

Described as a lively festival city with Roman roots and a Viking past, York offers a fantastic range of attractions for you to explore.  Wander around the Shambles, quaint cobbled lanes which are home to independent stores, quirky gift shops and cosy tea rooms. With buildings from the 14th century, it’s one of the most intact medieval areas in England, visited by many visitors every year.

Visit York Minster, one of the world’s most magnificent Gothic cathedral and the largest cathedral in Northern Europe. This exquisite building contains an impressive collection of medieval stained glass, with the earliest dating back to the 12th century. 

Explore the fascinating museums, such as the National Railway Museum, York Castle Museum and Jorvik Viking Centre. There are also inspiring art galleries, including York Art Gallery with artist collections that span over 600 years. 

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