This maritime city situated on Yorkshire’s coast has round the clock attractions, combining rich heritage with a vibrant social scene it’s just waiting to be re-discovered.
In the daytime soak up the maritime culture on the fish trail, explore the cobbled streets of the old town, free museums and visit the bustling boutiques and the Humber Street stores.
From gin making to escape rooms and The Deep aquarium there’s plenty for the experience to seeker.
Begin your night with street food galore, casual dining and the famed Ale Trail before a visit to one of the many quirky and independent bars.
Hull is well connected by coach, train and car, taking only 2.5 hours by train from London.
There are lots of opportunities to eat, drink and be merry in Hull city centre and beyond. From the riverside and Old Town to modern developments.Read more
Located on the banks of the rivers Hull and Humber, the spirit of Hull's maritime heritage can be felt everywhere. From the museums and galleries to stately homes.Read more
Shopping in Hull is an eclectic experience in every sense. It's a delightful mix of student bargains, High Street favourites and independent boutiques.Shopping
Get your culture fix in Hull, whether you're taking in a play at Hull Truck Theatre, or delighting in the history of Hull Minster, experience the Maritime city.Read more
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