York is a historic city. The medieval wall still surrounds the old city in the centre of the metropolis. Its cathedral dominates the cityscape and two rivers meet at York, the Foss and the Ouise. Many historic buildings are kept in top condition and the area has other attractions of interest as well. Those who visit often take York tours to explore the city.
Coach trips and tours of the city range from those with private guides and those with audio tours. The red double decker coaches are popular. Passengers can just ride to see the sites.
Many of the older buildings in the city have little cat figures somewhere on their exterior, strategically placed to frighten mice away. An amusing walking tour either led or independent searches to find the cats.
History walks in York are informative and engaging. A tour tracing the history of the Vikings in the area is especially fascinating. Then, tours of the Old Town and architecture are let people understand the landmark buildings.
Touring the rivers for views of the city and York attractions is relaxing. Different boats are available both during the day and in the evening. People can book party boats and romantic cruises.
An amazing ancient wall in exceptionally good condition, people can walk along the top of the wall and enjoy interesting views on the rest of the city. Walkers can stop along the way at historic buildings and other sites of interest.