Over the last few years, Hull has transformed itself into a real gem in Yorkshire's crown offering the perfect mix of museums, shopping and nightlife
Known as the "port in green fields", because of its inland location, Goole is a sleepy working port with a rich maritime heritage. Once a hub for the region's coal industry
The heartbeat of the Wolds, Driffield, is also its cultural 'capital' and an ideal place to take a break from city life.
Voted one of the best places to live in the UK, Beverley is also one of Yorkshire's best kept secrets.
This is a classic English market town is located at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds, 15 miles from the city of York.
Elegant Bridlington, with its peaceful promenades, sandy beaches and historic harbour offers a bright and breezy day out. The historic old town is filled with quaint shops, restaurants and cafés.
Once the location of Britain's largest sheep market, the quaint rural town of Market Weighton is also the birthplace of William Bradley, Britain's tallest recorded man.
The real star of the 2016 Dad's Army film, Bridlington Old Town is a charming pocket of Yorkshire - full, on the one hand of fascinating architecture and cultural history and other the other with new, modern shops and stylish galleries. It is well worth taking the time to visit.
the place that has it all
From the cosmopolitan 2017 UK City of Culture Hull to the undulating hills and valleys of the Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire is wonderfully eclectic. At its heart lies a serene landscape of swirling grasslands, medieval towns, manor houses and Bronze Age ruins that remains refreshingly unchanged. Yet travel further North and the vibrant energy and heritage of the Humber rushes to greet you.
Life in the Wolds is luxuriously slow. From the unhurried Elizabethan elegance of Burton Agnes and Burton Constable, to the simple pleasures of historic Howden, Hedon and Pocklington, this relaxing region makes it easy to unwind. Potter in the pretty Gothic streets of Beverley, listen to authentic chamber music or discover the 13th Century Minster at your leisure. Or take in Driffield, and the peaceful riverhead. Wherever you stay in the Yorkshire Wolds, the pressures of modern life will quickly drift away.