Yorkshire has three National Parks, two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and many other acres of delightful countryside and fascinating heritage, the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the North York Moors, where ridge upon ridge of heather moorland roll into the purple distance and the Yorkshire wolds, an outstanding and unspoilt holiday destination to which visitors return year after year.
Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay and Scarborough are highlights of Yorkshire’s stunning coastline. Scarborough, with a medieval castle high on the rocky headland, safe sandy beaches, a traditional fishing harbour, and the lively amusements and visitor attractions, is still as popular now as it was in its Victorian heyday.
York is a superbly preserved walled city dominated by the famous York Minster. It a bustling city with quaint tea-shops, trendy shops, bright bars and cafes and award winning tourist attractions.
Harrogate is is renowned for its floral beauty and elegant spa buildings, including the Royal Pump Room Museum and Turkish Baths.
Sheffield is England's fourth largest city and its greenest, with over 50 parks, more woodland than any other city and over one third of its area lying within the Peak District National Park. It is home to the largest theatrical complex outside London comprising the Lyceum, Studio and Crucible theatres. Leeds and Bradford are also modern exciting places to visit.