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  • York Has Weathered Challenges and Ready to Spring into New Season

    York Has Weathered Challenges and Ready to Spring into New Season

    With world-class attractions, new exhibitions and a diverse array of restaurants, bars and shops, York is very much open for business despite recent localised flooding. With flood defences in place to protect the city, visitors and residents are being encouraged to explore the many ‘Only in York’ experiences on offer – including upcoming events such as York Restaurant Week and York Literature Festival.

  • Finalists revealed for York’s tourism Oscars

    Finalists revealed for York’s tourism Oscars

    Finalists in the Visit York Tourism Awards, sponsored by LNER, have been revealed today. The prestigious awards ceremony returns on Thursday 23rd April 2020 with the best of York’s businesses going head to head to win one of 17 trophies. The event aims to shine a spotlight on excellence in York’s tourism sector and reward outstanding service, innovation and quality. 

  • Success for York Residents Festival’s 25th Anniversary

    Success for York Residents Festival’s 25th Anniversary

    The annual York Residents Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary this weekend (25th-26th January) with its biggest programme of activity to date – with a wide variety of attractions, shops, restaurants and partners around the city providing more than 100 offers exclusively for York residents. The event proved highly popular this year with thousands of residents taking part over the two day festival.

  • York looks ahead to the ‘next chapter in tourism’ at VYCON 2020

    York looks ahead to the ‘next chapter in tourism’ at VYCON 2020

    Visit York’s annual tourism conference, VYCON 2020 will be taking place on Thursday 16th January at York Racecourse where 300 delegates from across the tourism sector in York, Yorkshire and beyond, are expected to attend.  The focus for this year’s conference will be on the ‘next chapter of tourism’ in York – looking ahead to the ambitions for tourism in the city as we enter a new decade and how businesses can take advantage of developments happening on a national level. The latest tourism statistics for York will also be revealed and speakers will be presenting on a diverse range of topics relating to the tourism sector.  

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