England’s greenest city boasts more than 2 million trees and over 5,500 plant species! It is the fourth largest city in England, yet is the only one with a National Park within its boundary. Despite its abundance of flora and fauna, Sheffield is probably best known for its industrial heritage and its reputation for producing some of the world’s best quality steel. However, Sheffield is rapidly emerging as a vibrant and fascinating tourist destination, with a rich and lively cultural scene and a host of interesting attractions to suit all tastes.
One third of the city lies within the Peak District National Park, so the rolling beauty of the countryside is on the doorstep! The rich and diverse landscapes of the Peaks and Dales are a paradise for both the adventurous holidaymaker and those who prefer to take life at a more leisurely pace. The strong historical influence of Derbyshire’s heritage, from Roman villages to reminders of the Industrial Revolution, makes this region a truly fascinating place to explore.
We use the Jurys Inn Sheffield, which boasts a fantastic city centre location.
Sheffield offers a fantastic range of shops, from independant eclectic boutiques to well-known high street names. The city offers a fantastic range of restaurants, cafés, bars and entertainment venues to suit all tastes and pockets.