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York is one of the most beautiful cities in the United Kingdom. Be sure to visit its spectacular gothic cathedral – the tallest in Northern Europe – lose yourselves in The Shambles (a picturesque street with traditional buildings dating back to the 14th century) and discover York’s Viking legacy in the Jorvik Viking Centre. You must also find time to walk around its city walls and stroll along the shores of the River Ouse. Book your hotel in York and sink your teeth into one of England’s most historically significant medieval cities.
Choose your favorite hotel in Sheffield and take the opportunity to learn about the city’s industrial past in the Kelham Island Museum, visit its Millennium Gallery, admire the architecture on show in Winter Gardens and learn what the old factories were like in the Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet. You must also find the time to marvel at the art collections on display in the Graves Gallery, gaze at its cathedral (reconstructed on several occasions) and visit its neo-classical city hall.
You can find a great range of fantastic hotels in Harrogate: a perfect base for an enjoyable stay in this spa city. Enjoy an authentic cup of English tea in the famous Betty’s Café and Tea Rooms, lose yourself in the picturesque streets of the Montpellier Quarter and learn how the upper class came to this city in search of mineral water in the Royal Pump Room Museum. After, be sure to unwind in the Victorian-era Turkish baths to fully recharge your batteries.
Find the hotel in Bradford that best suits your needs and get to know one of the cities with the greatest number of world heritage sites. After, visit the Saltaire Village UNESCO World Heritage Site; marvel at the country’s largest IMAX screen in the National Media Museum; walk among exotic flowers, have a picnic and let the children have fun in The Ives’ Adventure Playground; and visit its cathedral dating back to 1327.
Find the perfect hotel for your stay in Hull and dive head first into this Yorkshire city. Take a look around the Ferens Art Gallery and marvel at its collections on show, learn about the history of transport at the city’s Streetlife Museum and gaze at the marine life at The Deep: an aquarium containing over 3000 animals. You can also visit the birthplace of abolitionist William Wilberforce or the Elizabethan Burton Constable Hall, as well as taking a stroll around the city’s gorgeous East Park.