V.F. It was considered by the upper classes as an alternative to London in the 18th century. It retains a bunker from the cold war times. Numerous guided tours of its darker side are. Located to the North of England, almost equal distance from London to Edinburgh, the history of York, North Yorkshire and at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss, is marked by conflicts and tragic events, which have been sculpting his spirit and physiognomy. It boasts not only a beautiful historical and tourist destination but also one of the European cities more closely linked to the world of the paranormal. Past and present, Ebocarum hand, the Romans; Eoforwick for the Saxons; and Jorvik, for the Vikings, who first arrived as invaders and then they built their own settlements, are the different terms used by its residents to rrirse to the same reality, York.
Its more modern present is closely linked to its past and its history, where sophisticated shops and elegant restaurants, bars and cafes coexist in total harmony with the heritage and the architecture of past centuries. Its imposing Gothic Cathedral, its Georgian houses and its Victorian-style railway station are just some of its greatest exponents. The identity of York is marked, in addition to by its Cathedral, by the medieval wall that surrounds it, that is what most kilometres preserved virtually intact in England. One of the great advantages of the city centre, full of very well preserved buildings, what its pedestrianisation and cleaning, make him a very nice space where walk both day and night. They are precisely the evening the perfect time to let go by some of the routes and immerse yourself in the most haunted York, mysterious and phantasmagoric, by cobbled alleys and impossible corridors, and so discover the best-kept secrets. Laughter and screams come together into an experience that takes back several centuries, at a time of great misfortunes.