National Holidays are great for providing coach tours that depart from a wide range of locations. Take Yorkshire, for example. They can pick you up from 20 different towns/cities and take you wherever you want to go. Whether you’re coming from Bradford, Rotherham, Huddersfield or one of the other 17 locations on the list, National Holidays can take you to the places you want to visit.
Yorkshire is well known for its breath taking views, historic cities and for being the largest county in the UK with loads of great places to visit. If you’re a lover of the outdoors, then the dales are where you want to be. Hawes, Aysgarth or Clapham offer beautiful waterfalls, picturesque walks and a sample of village life with plenty of food and drink in the local pubs. All these beautiful places are accessible from Yorkshire cities so why not take in all the beauty of the dales by getting there by bus? You’ve got to your initial destination with the help of National Holidays so why not continue this way!
Now you’ve enjoyed the spectacular views, why not do a spot of shopping in the best city Yorkshire has to offer; Leeds. You don’t have to worry about getting there as National Holidays has trips to the city frequently, all you have to do is bring yourself along and spend those well-earned pennies. The best thing about shopping in Leeds is the variety. There are the high-end designer shops in the Victoria Quarter with the likes of Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood and Mulberry with Harvey Nichols just around the corner, but if you want to do your shopping under one roof then the White Rose Shopping Centre is the place for you. Leeds also offers a great selection of high street shops and boasts a three-storey Primark. There’s a big, local market full of food, clothes and all things arty. There is a real local feel in the market and it is a great place to pick up a bargain.
Another place you can visit on your National Holidays city coach trip is York, also a great city and full of history. In the area where the Minster now sits, the first church was built in 627. Over the years the site has been developed and is now occupied by the magnificent York Minster, which first commenced construction in 1230. York is full of pretty little shops, cobbled streets and quaint tea rooms. It’s a great place to visit for Christmas shopping too, as the city goes all out with its decorations. The city has a really old look and feel about it but it is full of all the modern necessities we need in daily life with that little bit of history thrown in.
The best way to see cities across the UK really is by travelling with National Holidays, the choice they have is amazing. So why not book a city break today and see which hidden historic gems you can discover.