Things to do at City Sightseeing York Hop On Hop Off Tour review
The City Sightseeing hop on hop off tour bus in York is a great way to see and explore this great city. The first stop on the route is just a short distance from York Minster which makes a great starting point. There are many other stops, 20 in total, along the route where you can also get on or off the bus.
The top-level has an open roof so the buses don’t tend to run over the winter. There’s usually a bus every 20 minutes and if there isn’t live commentary available on the bus you can pick up some headphones and listen in 10 different languages to a fascinating commentary all about York.
The bus stops at, or as close to as possible, many of the key tourist attractions in the CIty. You could choose to stop at Clifford’s Tower and the wonderful Castle museum next to it. There are parks to explore, the Minster, great views and so much more.
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FAQ and Further Information City Sightseeing York Hop On Hop Off Tour
Is there food and drink available?
York is famous for its great number of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Many of the stops will have somewhere close by to eat.
What are the main things to do?
Hop on hop off City Sightseeing bus in York with 20 stops around the City. Live commentary in English when available, or you can pick up some headphones and listen to a pre-recorded commentary in 10 different languages (including English).
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. Tickets are valid for 24 hours. An adult ticket costs £16 and £9 for a child. Other pricing options are available.
When are they open?
The City sightseeing bus runs from mid-February until mid-December. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are welcome on the buses on a lead.
Are they accessible?
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