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Lancaster is one of England's eleven 'Heritage Cities', meaning it's one of the most fascinating and rewarding places to visit in the country. Small enough to explore on foot, it offers history, culture, gastronomy and beautiful architecture. At Venere, we've selected the best in a wide range of Lancaster hotels to cater to all kinds of budgets and tastes, meaning you're bound to find what suits you. We're the leading experts in travel, streamlining the process of searching out and booking your hotel to make organising your accommodation quick and convenient. Venere.com enables you to read user reviews, view a complete list of hotels’ amenities, browse pictures and best of all, book easily and simply with just a few clicks. If you prefer, you can do all this over the phone with one of our representatives. At Venere we aim to take the hard work from you, letting you focus on what you're going to see and do on vacation in Lancaster.
What's Lancaster like?
As you might expect from a 'Heritage City'. Lancaster has a long and rich history, much of which is evident as you walk through its genteel streets lined with impressive Georgian architecture. You're bound to find some special places to stay in Lancaster, with many Lancaster hotels set in renovated period buildings. Visitors flock to Lancaster Castle to see the site of one of Britain's most infamous witch trials, held here in 1612. Lancaster is also a gorgeous city, with plenty of green spaces. The towpaths along the river Lune are peaceful places for a walk. St. George's Quay dates back to Lancaster's time as a major port. Williamson Park is 54 acres of parkland, with the impressive Ashton Memorial and views over to the Fylde Coast and Lake District. Lancaster also has a vibrant restaurant and café scene. Quirky boutique shops and high street brands can be found in Penny Street and St. Nic's. There's also a twice-weekly Charter Market where you can browse artisan products and hand-made goods.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lancaster
Lancaster's slogan, “small city, big story,” hints that this isn't a place you're going to need a car. In fact, you can plan your sightseeing in Lancaster by preparing to see many of the city’s heritage sights by foot, just a few steps from Lancaster hotels. Lancaster's character really shines through when explored from the ground, and with many Lancaster hotels having great central locations it's the perfect city for a leisurely stroll. Consider hiring bikes as well, perhaps from your hotel in Lancaster, as this Heritage City is one of just six places in the country named a “cycling demonstration” town, meaning there are extensive bicycle trails to use. You can cycle all along the River Lune, to the sea, and all around the city. Don't forget your helmet though, and your wet weather gear! Lancaster, like the rest of the UK, often gets unexpected rain showers and the weather can be temperamental.