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Welcome to Sheffield

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You're Going to Love Sheffield

Sheffield is one of the largest cities in England and if you love arts and culture or wide open spaces, you'll feel right at home. The city is equally appealing to sports fans. Soccer, hockey, speedway - it's all here.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Sheffield

When to Visit Sheffield

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Summer, from May to September, is the best time to visit the nearby Peak District National Park or see the city's parks at their best. However, annual events and excellent shopping and entertainment make Sheffield a great choice at any time.

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How to Get to Sheffield

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Where to Stay in Sheffield

The city has hotels to suit every budget from affordable chains like Premier Inn and ibis to luxury hotels like the Copthorne Hotel Sheffield and the Leopold Hotel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Sheffield

Where to stay in popular areas of Sheffield

Most booked hotels in Sheffield

How to Get Around Sheffield

The Cost of Living in Sheffield

Shopping Streets

Find famous brands alongside department stores at Meadowhall. Shop for keepsakes at Sheffield Antiques Quarter in Broadfield Road or find the latest designer styles on Ecclesall Road.

Groceries and Other

Stock up on food and basics at supermarkets like Morrison's, Tesco, and Sainsbury's. A quart of milk costs £0.83 and 12 large eggs cost £2.31.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$19.52
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$105.60
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$3.55
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$4.59

Where to Eat in Sheffield

Dine on classic British cuisine at Browns in St. Paul's Parade, or enjoy contemporary Italian dishes at Piccolino in Millennium Square. Lunch in a basic diner costs £7 while a meal for two with wine in a top restaurant starts at £40.