If you’re planning a romantic trip in York; some of the places you could go to or things you could do in the city including a visit to Whitby Abbey, trying the famous cupcakes at Crumbs Cupcakery, the mouth-watering and ever-changing menu at Ate O’Clock, a tour of York’s Chocolate Factory, or watch a play at Shakespeare's Rose Theatre.
Public transportation in York is well-run and consistent. While travelling around the city, these are the public transport options available:
Bus: ‘First’ is the major bus transportation company in York, but if you’re looking to take a tour, the hop-on, hop-off buses are a great option, giving you 24 hours of unlimited use when you buy a ticket.
Train: Whitby, Harrogate and Scarborough are the main railway stations nearby. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway also operates services from Pickering.
Take a walk: York is also great for taking a stroll around on foot with many of its major attractions situated within walking distance of one another.
The best weather in York is usually during the summer period from late May through August. The days are dry and relatively long, making it perfect for daylong sightseeing activities. The highest average temperature in York can reach somewhere around 18 degrees Celsius on some days.