North East Yorkshire has the ideal mix of all that is good about this county: wonderful countryside, picturesque market towns and breathtaking coastal views.
Kirkbymoorside is a treasure trove for art and antique-hunters, attracting collectors from across the world to its galleries, workshops and showrooms.
Renowned for its exquisite architecture, Gothic cathedral and tangle of quaint cobbled streets, historic York is the setting for a perfect romantic retreat. But as old meets new, the city also has many surprises in store as vibrant cafés, colourful street entertainers and boutique shopping lie waiting to be discovered.
If there's one place that has it all, it's Sheffield. On one hand it's a thriving hub with music, sports and shopping scenes that draw in visitors from miles around. And on the other, it's a city just minutes away from the exciting wilderness of the Peak District.
Stunning scenery, two glorious beaches, loads to do and see - is it any wonder that people have been flocking to Scarborough, believed to be the world's first seaside resort, for nearly 400 years now?
So whether you’re looking for historical beauty, great events, family experiences or something that’s truly unique, all within easy reach of York – then the Selby district has the answer.
Doncaster has a positive treasure trove of attractions and distractions to keep the whole family entertained.
With its sweeping, sheltered bay and charming red roofed cottages, Runswick Bay is one of the Yorkshire Coast's prettiest destinations.
The Industrial Revolution may have transformed this ancient town but there are plenty of historical sights to marvel at. A trip to Rotherham Minster, described by Pevsner as "the finest perpendicular church in England" is a must.
Ingleton is a picturesque traditional Dales village set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with Artisan shops lining the streets and magnificent natural feaures lining your view as your eyes as you look up.