Frequent buses are available to Lincoln from cities around the UK, making bus transportation a convenient way to travel here. A comparison of prices will show that buying 2 single tickets can actually be cheaper than 1 round trip ticket in some cases, so be sure to do your research. The bus station is conveniently located 2 minutes from the Lincoln train station by foot and is accessible from the city centre by bus. The main operators include Stagecoach and PC Coaches, as they both run daily trips.
Lined with shops and restaurants, the aptly named Steephill was recently ranked one of the best sites in Britain by the BBC and is a must-see for all visitors. The steep street also house the Jews House, one of the earliest extant houses in Lincoln. The Lincoln Castle, though odd, is also well worth visiting with its 2 mottes built during the 11th century by William the Conqueror. The natural lake formed as the river Witham widened is called Bradford Pool, and is the only natural pool in Lincoln. Although Lincoln is a small town, it has much to offer, when it comes to culture, history and geographical wonders.