Great Britain - Yorkshire (Chapter)
This is the Yorkshire chapter from Lonely Planet’s Great Britain guidebook.
What makes Yorkshire so special? First, there’s the landscape – with its brooding moors and green dales rolling down to a dramatic coastline, Yorkshire has some of Britain’s finest scenery. Second, there’s the sheer breadth of history – every facet of the British experience is represented here, from Roman times to the 20th century.
- exploring the medieval streets of York and its awe-inspiring cathedral
- getting off the beaten track and exploring the lesser-known corners of the Yorkshire Dales
- wandering among the atmospheric medieval ruins of Fountains Abbey
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: North Yorkshire, York, Castle Howard, Harrogate, Scarborough, North York Moors National Park, Helmsley, Rievaulx, Pickering, Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Skipton, Grassington, Malham, Ribblesdale & the Three Peaks, Hawes, Richmond, West Yorkshire, Leeds, Bradford, Saltaire, National Coal Mining Museum for England, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Hepworth Wakefield, Hebden Bridge, Haworth, South Yorkshire, Sheffield, East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull, Beverley.
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