Full of beauty, history and with plenty of stories to tell – you’re never going to believe these incredible York Minster facts.
The icon of the city, you can’t visit York and not venture inside York Minster. It may be beautiful on the outside, but this cathedral is even more breathtaking on the inside. Constructed between 1230 and 1472, it’s one of the best examples in the world of Gothic architecture.
With over 2,000 years of history to explore, from roots in the Roman Empire to connections to Blue Peter, it’s a building with plenty of interesting tales. Once inside you’ll be immersed in a world of ancient clocks, spooky apparitions, tragic fires and numerous restoration attempts.
From authentic Thai curries and fresh sushi, to juicy burgers, if you’re looking for tasty street food in a cool space, this is the Glasgow food market for you.
If you love street food as much as I do, you’ll absolutely love The Dockyard Social. When I first visited this Glasgow food market few years ago, it had only just opened. It was a temporary pop-up, and reminded me of places like BoxPark, Street Feast and Pop in London. It was urban, casual and had a great vibe. Oh and the food was super tasty too!