Outdoor

3-Day Yorkshire Dales & Peak District Small-Group Tour from Manchester

North West England, England
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About this experience

Friendly, gorgeous, and fun: North England’s charms are irresistible. The Vikings loved it so much they decided to settle and shape the culture. Nature enthusiasts found the rolling hills so dazzling they created five national parks here. And pioneers discovered such fertile fields that they established this area as the home of the Industrial Revolution.

So, on this tour, you find out what’s so special about the North. You travel to York and learn about an ancient Viking city. You try out Britain’s most famous cakes and cheeses. You venture through the legends of Robin Hood. And you roll over the green and scenic valleys of the Peak District. So, join this tour and explore the best of North England. And maybe by the end of this trip, you’ll have plans to settle here too.

Places you explore
Castleton - This beautiful village shelters in the shadow of the scenic Shivering Mountain.
Monsal Headstone Viaduct – A landmark viaduct and walking route that spans the serene Monsal Dale
Bakewell - The attractive stone buildings and courtyards attract artists and photographers from around the world.
Chatsworth House - The magnificent grand house of the Devonshire family lies in a stunning estate. You can decide whether you get lost in the luxurious rooms or its famous maze.
York and the Dales - North England’s remote sheep-rearing valleys lay beside the bustling, history-rich city of York.
Goathland Village- The rugged moorland setting of this handsome village have shaped its architecture and outlook
York Minster - Majestic Gothic spires reach up into the York sky, a focal point for dramatic events throughout English history.
Robin Hood’s Bay - This beautifully preserved fishing village offers a stunning contrast between its dainty cottages and rugged cliffs.

Important Information
Departs: 10.00 - The meeting point for the tour departure is Coach parking bays, Store Street (Boad Street intersection), Manchester, M1 2WD. If travelling from Manchester Piccadilly Train Station: Take the main exit (1 - Piccadilly) from the station. Follow the pedestrian walkway to the traffic lights/Caffe Nero and at the end of the pedestrian walkway or Station Approach, you cross over at the lights and turn left onto London Road. Walk straight ahead for around 100 metres, passing underneath a pedestrian footbridge. Turn left under the railway bridge/tunnel opposite Motel one. When you're through the tunnel, you'll see the coach parking straight ahead on the left. Walk until you see your white Rabbie's mini coach.
Returns: 18.30 - Manchester Piccadilly, Store Street
"Passengers are restricted to 14kg (31lbs) of luggage per person on our tours. This should be one piece of luggage similar to an airline carry-on bag (approximately 55cm x 45cm x 25cm / 22in x 17in x 10in) plus a small bag for onboard personal items".

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Specifications
  • Rating

    10

  • Duration

    3 days

  • Type of tour

    Comfort

  • Destination

    Manchester

  • Country

    England

  • Type of experience

    Outdoor

  • Best time to visit

    • Spring
    • Autumn
    • Summer
  • Nearby stations

    • Manchester Piccadilly station
    • Manchester Victoria station

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