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The city of York is renowned for its splendid cathedral, super high-end shops and tangle of quaint cobbled streets. However, venture just a short distance away and you'll find the attractive town of Selby with its famous Abbey and historic Tadcaster with its pretty walks and ancient 12th century Church of St Mary.

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Renowned for its exquisite architecture, Gothic cathedral and quaint cobbled streets, historic York is the setting for a perfect romantic retreat. But as old meets new, the city has many surprises in store.

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Tadcaster is a delightful market town surrounded by beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. It offers an array of cosy pubs and not one, but three historic breweries.

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The historic town of Selby is one of Yorkshire's hidden gems with the huge and truly breathtaking mediaeval Abbey and crumbling 15th century gatehouse.

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Evocative history

If there's one building that epitomises York, it's York Minster, with its dazzling stained glass windows and vertiginous tower with breathtaking views. Tadcaster also has its fair share of history, with St Mary's Church, dating from 1200s, having been rebuilt with the foundations raised by 5 feet due to flooding. Not to be outdone, Selby Abbey - still glorious and fully functioning as a space for worship - offers seriously breathtaking architecture and an air of pure tranquility that must be experienced to be believed.

Unusual attractions

If you're in the mood for something a little more daring, York and the surrounding area offer excitement in spades. First stop has to be the Jorvik Viking Centre where you can travel back in time to see (and smell!) 1,000 year old streets and even meet a Viking. Next stop is the frightfully gruesome York Dungeons, followed by the even scarier Original Ghost Walk. Not for the faint hearted! Tadcaster's John Smith's, Samuel Smith's and Bass Charrington breweries are also well worth a visit. New for 2011 was York's Chocolate Story, discover York's chocolate past!

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It has an amazing minster, the gorgeous Bettys tea room and the best tourism attraction - the Jorvik Centre!

Barry Gerity