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Guided walking tours of Durham City, UK. We cater for private groups, school parties, corporate groups and families. Walks are themed and tailored to requirements and picnic lunches or cafe-stops can be included too.
Durham may attract thousands to the beautiful Cathedral and historic castle and on a recent visit I have to agree with that. But there is a gem of a building in the Market Place, the Town Hall. The staff are friendly and knowledgable and the...More
Everything you want is found in Durham. Need relaxation ? Try the river for a walk or take a cruise. Need clothes ? There are any amount of shops within everyone's price range. Hungry? Food from every nationality is readily available. Looking for culture? There's...More
The great thing about the centre of Durham is that the best of it is confined to a relatively small pedestrianised area that is very easy to negotiate on foot. There are many interesting streets full of one off shops and cosmopolitan cafe's catering to...More
We went to a wedding in the Town Hall. Expected 70s but the old hall inside is mind blowing. Why isn't this featured by Durham tourism?
The most beautiful timbered high vaulted Hall with stunning stained glass windows and oil paintings ( in need of...More
We found a really cheap car park a little out of the City and walked into the centre along the river what an experience views of the castle and catherdral were breathtaking a lot of interesting widelife on the river, when we got onto the...More
Durham is a lovely city and well worth a visit,particularly if you include the Cathedral and the Castle as well whilst you're there
We stayed 4 miles out of the City,and didn't want to pay to park all day.So we caught the bus that stopped...More
The coach parked in the Sands car park with the option of taking a lift via the Market or climb the steps up into the town, or catch a 40A bus from the car park which would have dropped you by the Cathedral we walked...More