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    Independent rail travel to York

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    Discover York's history at your own pace on an independent rail tour of northern England. Enjoy the day with a tour on a tourist bus, including entry to the Yorvik Viking Center.

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    The city walls of York, built in the 13th century, are among the most impressive medieval fortifications in Europe. Inside you'll find a thriving business, bustling town center with charming medieval streets and Georgian housing overlooking the River Ouse. The crowning glory is York Minster, the finest and largest Gothic cathedral in Europe



    Your independent day will be designed to give you the best insight into the city including a city bus tour and historic cruise on the River Ouse and a ticket to the Yorvik Viking Centre.

    The train journey to York from London takes around two hours each way, and you have the choice of traveling first class or standard.



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    Starting point:
    Departs from Kings Coach Station

    Departure time:
    06.30 p.m

    Return details:
    back to the starting point

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