City of York, North Yorkshire
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- Standard Time began: Sunday 27 October 2019 01:00 GMT. Clocks went back one hour.
- Standard Time ends: Sunday 29 March 2020 01:00 GMT. Clocks go forward one hour.
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This city has so much to offer you without having to go far. The perfect holiday destination for anyone who likes history, beauty and even some added thrills for the kids. Yorkshire's capital has gardens within the walls; ruins that Henry the VIII destroyed; St Mary's Abbey. Every museum in York covers the whole of the history from the beginning to the present day.
Situated midway between Edinburgh and London, just 20 minutes from the M1/M62 motorway network, York is within comfortable travelling times of most regions in the UK.
York is in easy travelling distance of 3 International airports - Leeds/Bradford, Humberside and Manchester. From Manchester International airport, frequent Arriva Transpennine trains provide the city with a direct round the clock link.
National Express offer an efficient, good value service to York, from most major UK destinations.
Getting to York by train is easy and great value too. From London journey time is under two hours ; Edinburgh is only two and a half hours from York and there are direct services from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and the South West.
For European visitors, York is only one hour from the P&O/North Sea Ferries terminal at Kingston-upon-Hull with daily sailings to Holland and Belgium.
City of York website