York is situated on the confluence of the Ouse and Foss rivers in North Yorkshire, England. York city was founded in AD 71 as Eboracum by Romans. Its economy is prominently depending upon service industry which includes public sector employment, health, education, finance, IT and tourism. Prime economic activities is concerning with chocolate manufacturing and the railways.

York city has few good education institutes like Hull York Medical School, York Technical College, York Sixth Form College and many more. There are more than 55 schools in York city. River Ouse and River Foss play significant role in York transportation system. Long distance trunk roads are also playing crucial role in York transportation system. The city possess street plan from medieval times which is not suitable for modern traffic. Hence maximum area inside the city is either car free or traffic is heavily restricted. York city is providing railway transportation since the beginning of the railway age. TransPennine Express train directly connects York to Manchester Airport. Although York has the longest runway of the country but it is open only for private aviation.

First York is the principal bus operator in the city which is a part of First Group plc. Visitors can access longer distance bus service which is provided here by the Yorkshire Coastliner. Thus, one can make hassle free trip to York Minster, Clifford’s Tower, The Shambles, The Snickelways and many more destinations in the York.