Fancy a city break?

Sheffield is the 2nd best city break in Europe for 2023, according to TimeOut, and the Observer Food Monthly says we are this year's UK foodie hotspot.

That means amazing food, theatre, street art, gigs, bars, clubs and festivals whilst you also hike, climb, bike and run through the greenest city in the UK - with 1/3 of it sitting in the Peak District National Park.

Sound like a good way to spend a few days?

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Where to start?

Look Up!

Just launched in February 2023, you could be one of the lucky ones to see this world-first experience that is turning rooftops of city centre buildings into a free, augmented reality art gallery.

A pretty unique and memorable way of sharing where you've been with friends and family on social media...

I want to Look Up!
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Check out one of Time Out's coolest neighbourhoods in the world!

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Nature, culture, people, peaks. Sheffield’s a world unto itself – one of unique contrasts, with endless stories to offer. 

Lose yourself in the Antiques Quarter and then find yourself on the longest gritstone edge in the country. 

Go from inner-city paddle boarding to independent shops, enjoy street food among world-class street art.

Wander through repurposed industrial heritage, then roam trails along Blackamoor, around Rivelin and down the Don Valley. 

Experience the music, the comedy, the theatres. Drink in this 'Real Ale Capital of the World'.

Sheffield is home to all the best adventures.

Things to see?

Keeping your options open? This might sway you...

Best city break in UK

Top UK city for a European City Break, and second overall, according to Time Out.

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Best in the world for greenspace

Sheffield ranks as the best city in the world for greenspace, with over 60% of the city dedicated to parks and greenery.

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Most sustainable in the UK

We are the UK's most sustainable city, according to a report by NatWest and the University of Southampton.

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