With winding streets, historic buildings and a vibrant cultural scene, Derby is the perfect place for a city break. As the most central city within the UK it is easily accessible via rail links from all major UK cities, including London, Birmingham, Bristol, Oxford, Edinburgh and Cardiff. A buzzing University town it’s also no surprise there are a wide variety of places to eat near Derby train station. From multi-award winning restaurants to slightly more casual dining, there really is something to suit everyone’s taste and budget here.
Derby doesn't just offer fantastic culinary experiences however. It also offers a huge range of attractions and entertainment that will appeal to people across the board. For sports enthusiasts there is the Pride Park Stadium and Donington Park, and for history lovers there is Calke Abbey, Derby Cathedral and Pickford’s House to name but a few. It is very easy to get carried away with sightseeing in a city with such a rich history so make sure you take time out to enjoy a relaxed meal in one of the many restaurants near Derby train station. Let Go dine help you plan your culinary experience in this great city. Listing a huge range of restaurants complete with menus, photos and reviews it couldn't be simpler to organize a great meal out. Plus if you book online with Go dine you can also earn free meals.
There is nothing quite like a hearty and delicious meal to revitalize and inspire the spirit of exploration. With so many restaurants nearby Derby train station you’ll be spoilt for choice. Let your curiosity take over and try some of the many walks on offer in the Cathedral Quarter. The fascinating ‘Towers and Tunnels Tour’, offered one Saturday a month, gives visitors a chance to explore ‘hidden’ Derby and discover little known facts about the city. A absolute must see is The Derby Silk Mill, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on the banks of the beautiful river Derwent. It is believed this silk mill was the world’s very first factory and that Derby led the Industrial Revolution. With so much to see and experience you may find a weekend break in Derby isn't long enough!