Doncaster is very accessible with the M18, A1(M), M62 and the M1 all in close vicinity. Travel in and around the city is also supported with bus operators First and Stagecoach offering routes. Rail travel is also prominent in Doncaster with the East Coast Main Line providing access all over the UK, and, since 2005, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport has been serving the city.
Carlo’s and Luciano’s are just two outlets offering Italian cuisine, and many other tastes are also served up in Doncaster. Amirs Balti Indian Restaurant is in close proximity to the busy nightlife, while for those who do not like restrictions, Empire Buffet is an all-you-can-eat Cantonese buffet! There is plenty of choice for tourists visiting this bustling northern city.
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens hosts Sunday Band Concert in early September, an event which promotes local bands and offers visitors the perfect chance to relax and picnic in a stunning location. There is always plenty going at Doncaster Civic Theatre and there are constant opportunities to take part in walks around the local area, even in December with the Throne Moors Winter Walk.
Doncaster Racecourse is an important facet to this city and The Doncaster Gold Cup, which was first run over Cantley Common way back in 1766, is currently the oldest regulated horserace still being run today. Moreover, history was also made here when, in 1992, the course hosted the first ever Sunday meeting at a British racecourse.