The historic City of York includes the Minster, built on the foundations of the Roman city and a Norman cathedral, among the finest of Gothic cathedrals. Romans, Vikings, and more recent history are commemorated in a number of top-class museums, as well as being apparent in the architecture of the city.
Please consult the Visit York site for tourist information.
Extensive details on getting to York and the university are available here.
Accommodation is available on the University campus and can be booked during registration. This accommodation will be in Constantine College on the Heslington East site, and is a short walk to the conference location in the Ron Cooke Hub. Please consult the campus maps. Upon arrival, keys to your room are available from the reception in the Ron Cooke Hub, which is open 24 hours every day.
Alternatively York has a wide variety of hotels, hostels and B&B accommodation, please consult Visit York for more information.