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  • 5 Romantic things to do in York on Valentine’s Day

    “O’ Tell Me the Truth about Love”, wrote W.H. Auden in his famous poem of the same name. Born in York in 1907, W.H.Auden is one of the most quoted 20th century poets in the world on the subject of love. Love and romance come in many different guises, that much is certainly the truth. For the most romantic time of the year we suggest five different things to do in York on Valentine’s Day.

    5 Romantic things to do in York on Valentine’s Day

  • Explore Viking York with a YorkPass

    The annual JORVIK Viking Festival is a city-wide celebration of York’s rich Norse heritage that goes back over 1000 years, and is taking place for the 35th time this year from 20 to 27 February. With an exciting programme of events the festival is perfect for all ages. While here, don’t forget to pick up a YorkPass that will grant you free entry to all the Viking (and other) attractions around York. Find out how you can explore the Viking city, saving money in the meantime.

    Explore Viking York with a YorkPass

  • Blog - Most Haunted - Thumbnail

    Most haunted city in Europe - Ghosts, witches and notorious villainsYork is a city with a dark past, its history is rifle with tales of guts, gore, torture and ghosts. The International Ghost Research Foundation even declared York as the most haunted city in Europe due to its bloodthirsty history and over 500 hauntings within the circle of the ancient city walls.

    Most haunted city in Europe - ghosts, witches and notorious villains

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