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Explore 2 UCPlaces digital self-guided tours in England

Welcome to York, a city steeped in history, character, and timeless charm. Nestled in the heart of North Yorkshire, England, York stands as a captivating blend of ancient heritage and modern vibrancy. With its winding medieval streets, iconic landmarks, and a palpable sense of the past, York invites visitors on a journey through centuries of rich history and cultural significance. At its core lies the majestic York Minster, a Gothic masterpiece that dominates the skyline and serves as a symbol of the city's spiritual and architectural grandeur. Alongside this awe-inspiring cathedral, the city boasts an array of historic sites, from the atmospheric ruins of St. Mary's Abbey to the well-preserved city walls that echo tales of battles and conquests. Venture into the city center and discover the Shambles, a cobbled street lined with timber-framed buildings, offering a glimpse into York's medieval past. Today, we will learn so much about this fantastic city, so what are we waiting for? First stop, through the city walls!

Places: 24 POIs Distance: 1.8 mi Duration: 2h:36m

Welcome to Historic America & UCPlaces’ audio walking tour of London! Today you’ll be walking along the most historic stretch of road in all  England! We will see statues of great Britons, take in the mighty River Thames, and learn what goes inside the halls of British power as we journey through the majestic history of this proud city.   We can’t wait to share London with you. To get started, take the tube to the Westminster Underground Station. Once you’re at street level, locate a Government Office building called the Portcullis House at the corner of Westminster Bridge and the Victoria Embankment. I’ll see you there.  

Places: 10 POIs Distance: 0.76 mi Duration: 1h:05m