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So much to see and do in Yorkshire & Humber

Welcome to Yorkshire – Britain’s biggest county and leading tourism destination. A region that is big, beautiful and extraordinarily diverse – steeped in history and tradition yet also vibrant and dynamic with an exciting mix of city and rural destinations. Yorkshire, uniquely combining the great outdoors, dramatic coastline and thriving contemporary cities, bound by 2000 years of history and heritage, abundant local produce and the warmest of welcomes. Its distinctive personality makes it a must see destination for all audiences.

Yorkshire is a unique region offering world class destinations and attractions. From award winning arts and culture, to matchless outdoor adventure; from beautiful coastline, rich history and heritage to cosmopolitan city breaks and pampered luxury, all within a two hour drive time of each other. Combined with a distinct culture and personality that draws on the best the UK can offer whilst being uniquely Yorkshire throughout.

Thriving cities, stunning coastline, dramatic landscapes and rolling dales. Sometimes rugged and wild, often gentle and romantic, the Yorkshire landscape has shaped the region’s personality. A third of the region covered by National Parks and nestling alongside five of the UK’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities – a heady mix of traditional and contemporary, old and new to set any visitor’s pulse racing.

You can expect a warm welcome in Yorkshire. Renowned for being honest, straight talking and proud, the people of Yorkshire welcome all visitors and want to share their love of Yorkshire with everyone. Tourism is big business in Yorkshire and we are dedicated to making it bigger and better.

To find out more please visit www.yorkshire.com.

Contact

If you’d like to find out more about these issues, speak to a member of the Yorkshire Forward Tourism team:

Andy Tordoff
Assistant Director Environment (Tourism & Rural Renaissance)
E-mail: (andy.tordoff@yorkshire-forward.com)
Tel: 0113 3949745

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