New Year's Eve in York in 2013/ 2013 - a wealth of attractions
Situated at the confluence of rivers Ouse and Foss, York is a walled city in North Yorkshire, halfway between two capitals - London and Edinburgh, with an urban area population of almost 140,000 people. One of the most popular tourist destinations in England, the New Year's Eve in York in 2012/ 2013 is bound to be a totally rewarding experience, due to the city's countless cultural and historical attractions.
Built by the Romans in 71 AD, the place kept growing and gaining in importance, having become a trademark for England and the British Isles and a target destination for worldwide tourists. From the York Minster at the very centre of the city - the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe - to the York Castle Museum, or the city's medieval walls, tourists will experience the magic feeling of traveling through time. The Snickelways or the Shambles are another characteristic of the city - narrow pedestrian medieval streets, lined with shops, boutiques and tea-rooms, which simply spell paradise for all tourists. New Year's Eve in York in 2012/ 2013 will truly be a splendid event and an invitation to re-exploring the place.