Find out how to get to Durham, where to stay, eat and drink, and what to see.
...the view from the Cathedral Tower; the Cathedral Great Kitchen (now the bookshop); and the Galilee Chapel.
...a guided tour of Durham Castle, given by one of the students who live there, for an overview of the building's past and present use.
...Evensong at the Cathedral — 5.15pm Monday to Saturday, 3.30pm on Sundays — to appreciate the Cathedral as a working building.
...the walk along South Bailey to Prebends' Bridge, built to capture stunning views, and the postcard image of Durham.
...the view of the Castle and Cathedral from Station View (if you arrive by train) or Framwellgate Bridge (if you don't).
...a walk along the river banks around the Durham peninsula, just metres away from the city centre, but seemingly a world away.
...Durham Heritage Centre, for an overview of the city's history and its commercial life in Victorian times.
...the opportunity to stay in historic accommodation, through the university, and St Johns and St Chad's Colleges.
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