This is one of York's most famous streets, officially known as Shemburn Street, also known as Diagonal Lane. It is the most complete and oldest medieval street ever preserved in the UK. In the past, it was a meat shop. The meat in the sun was easily spoiled, so the road was narrowed to avoid excessive direct sunlight. The Butcher Street is basically not exposed to the sun all year round, and it is very cool in summer. The streets are narrow and the streets are lined with medieval British architecture. They are full of shops, some famous restaurants and craft shops, attracting a large number of tourists every day. It is really worth a visit. Come. A short section of the street, there are a lot of tourists, especially at the entrance of the Harry Potter prop shop, the team is very long, at least 30 minutes or more. When I passed by in the morning, I found that there were very few tourists and the photos were good. A bit scary at night, visitors who are not afraid of black can sign up for a ghost journey in the evening. There are black cloaks and black hats on the street. They can be dressed as Victorian gentlemen and can take photos with him, but he mainly sells ghosts. The staff of the trip.