Hilton Lodge

44 Wigginton Road, Clifton, York, YO31 8HT, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

A map from Manchester England to York

by jams481

I have been all over the internet looking for a map from manchester england to york but i havent had any success. I am currently living in Canada and am planning on going to the Uk but i need to know how far away Manchester is from York cause that is where my flight will be arriving in. So if anybody knows where i can get a map and or tell me the distance between it would be much appriciated

Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by Geoff_Wright

Hi Jennifer,

the distance from Manchester to York is about 67 miles. Try 'Mapquest for your maps. Here is the URL:

http://www.mapquest.co.uk/

Regards

Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by Virtuous_Tourist

try these :
viamichelin.com "maps"
multimap.com

Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by voyageur2

hi,
www.multimap.com is always a good source for finding accurate info. zooming and transportation info are among many facilities. i e-mailed a map to you. you can look at that site for more...
have a nice trip..
Murat

Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by Britannia2

If you want to travel by train to York you can get a train from Manchester Airport. If the train is Hull bound change at Leeds but Newcastle, Scarborough and Middlesborough trains will all go directly to York in about 90 minutes. Go to www.arrivatrainsnorthern.co.uk for prices and times.

Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by jayhawk2000

Don't speed through Manchester without having a look. It would give you an excellent contrast seeing both cities, one quaint and traditional and the other with almost as much heritage but plenty more verve and vitality!

Re: Re: A map from Manchester England to York

by doublevodka

hi if your driving then you can get directions from here
http://route1.rac.co.uk/routeplanner
it only takes about 90 mins as long as your flight doesnt come in at rush hour
the best option is the train direct from manchester airport and they run often enough to get a direct one
takes about the same length of time as it makes a few stops along the way

Travel Tips for York

Loo at a map. York has the...

by Michael_D

Loo at a map. York has the usual assortment of motorways and a ring road. But the City Centre is best seen on foot combined with a good bus system.

Of course my fav mode would be bicycle. 20% of the locals ride bikes to work as oppsed to 3% rdership nationally. Its a bike-freindly city for sure.

Take A Riverside Walk

by steventilly

Take a riverside walk. At some parts of the river you can only walk on one side or the other, and at other bits you can walk on either side. The riverside walk runs right down out of the city towards Selby, passing Rowntree Park and the new Milennium Bridge on the way.
This view is looking towards Skeldergate Bridge as we walked from Rowntree Park

Taking pics of the minster at dusk

by sabsi

Bring a tripod. I thought my camera was ok to take evening shots without one and on the display the pics looked great. So I took loads of pictures - and they were all more or less blurred.

The skies and the minster would have looked perfect though so if you have a tripod this is the place for you at dusk!

Aysgarth Falls. In the summer...

by Libi73

Aysgarth Falls. In the summer the falls are relative small but after heavy rains they must be really awesome.
Not far from Aysgarth Falls there is an abbey which served as the background in an episode of James Herriot. Worth visiting.

Beverley. It is a small market...

by markwalk

Beverley. It is a small market town approx 35 mile between York and Hull. It has a large Minster which could rival York but is sadly overlooked by most tourists. The town is nice for an hour or two, Some nice pubs with good food and beer and also has a market on a Saturday.
Ideal for going to Hull to catch the ferry to the continent.

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