Top Reasons to Go to Yorkshire
York Minster: The largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe helps make York one of the country's most visited cities. An interactive exhibit in the undercroft explores the site's history from Roman times onward.
North York Moors: The wide-open spaces of this national park let walkers find glorious solitude amid the heather-covered hills that glow crimson and purple in late summer and early fall.
Rievaulx Abbey: The ruins of this great Cistercian abbey can be approached by a tiny lane that provides a view of its soaring arches dramatically appearing out of the trees.
Coastal towns: Seafront Whitby inspired Bram Stoker to set some of Dracula there. Robin Hood's Bay, a village set in a ravine, has an outstanding beach.
Haworth: Looking as if it were carved from stone, this picture-perfect hillside town where the Brontë sisters lived is a lovely place to learn about them.
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