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    The largest region in England, Yorkshire continues to be recognised as one of the most beautiful British territories and a fine cultural region with a wealth of hidden gems and historic attractions.  From the soaring natural beauty of the Yorkshire Dales to the rugged sandy beaches of the Yorkshire Coast, and the many imposing cities and extraordinary momentous villages in the region, Yorkshire truly has it all. Whatever it is you’re looking for, be it serene countryside places or more urban experiences, you’ll find something perfectly suited to your taste here.


    About Yorkshire

    Yorkshire’s stunning diversity makes it one of the most fascinating regions to visit. It’s got a sheer breadth of history and miles of eye-catching scenery plus no less than three National Parks, for visitors to enjoy. If you’re fond of pretty villages with a real sense of grit and history, tranquil landscapes, or momentous British sites, then Yorkshire is the place for you. The region also boasts a number of gloriously rugged coastlines ideal if you’re looking for a seaside resort break. Known as 'God's Own County', there is so much for you to discover in this fascinating region.

    Yorkshire attractions

    Yorkshire features over 800 attractions, from World Heritage Sites to mining museums, ruined castles and abbeys, to serene gardens, landscapes and unique breweries. World Heritage Sites to visit include Fountains Abbey, Saltaire and Stately homes. Other major national attractions include the National Railway Museum, National Media Museum, and National Coal Mining Museum to mention a few.  

    If relaxation is what you’re after, then there is no better place to visit than Yorkshire’s wild moors and dales, where you won't see a soul. From the beautiful Yorkshire Dales in the Carboniferous Pennines of the west, to the intimate dales of the North York Moors in the Jurrassic country to the east, or the awe-inspiring Peak district, you’ll have plenty to admire when you visit.  The region offers you waterfalls, ruined abbeys, captivating scenery, wonderful Georgian villages and a majestic coastline, most of which is protected as a Heritage Coast.  

    You can also shop in one of Europe’s largest malls, sample northern ale straight from the brewery and indulge on Yorkshire pudding and the world’s most famous fish and chips.

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