Visiting York Christmas Markets has to be one of the best ways to see in the festive period if you’re in the UK in December. The Christmas markets tend to open around 15th November.
On an average weekday, there are 43 trains per day travelling from York to London so its a super popular route and one which many people take on a daily basis.
If like me, you want to head to the Christmas markets in November or December you can expect temperatures around 1-5 degrees.
A record breaking one million visitors flock to St Nicholas’ Fair each year, where 100 wooden chalets line Parliament St, snaking their way along St Sampson’s Square.
At Christmas Made in Yorkshire returns to host its Yuletide Village, where you’ll find the very best in local and handmade arts, crafts, food and drink.
Thor’s Tipi is a Scandinavian-style, Viking-inspired pop-up tipi bar that is hosted each Christmas in a variety of cities across the UK.