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York ...
York Minster, Shambles, Clifford's Tower, City Walls
Vale of York
Situated among the hills, dales, and moors of Yorkshire and another example of the counties breathtaking natural beauty
Both the UK's City of Film, and its Curry Capital
One of England's great harbours
One of England's biggest and brightest cities, full to the brim with culture and entertainment
A large Yorkshire city located in the foothills of the Peak District and famous for the production of high-quality steel
Yorkshire Abbeys
The dramatic remains of the Yorkshire's greatest medieval structures
Yorkshire Caves
Spectacular tunnels and caverns carved into Yorkshire's biggest limestone deposits
Yorkshire Dales Introduction
A beautiful landscape of open valleys, surrounded by hills or mountains
Bolton Abbey
A 12th century religious buiding, now a popular tourist destination
A pretty North Yorkshire town, with good shopping and an excellent base for exploring the surrounding area
A pretty spa town in North Yorkshire
The home of Wensleydale cheese
Home of the Bronte sisters
Built as a fashionable spa town for Victorian England's aristocrats
One of West Yorkshire's oldest rail links
An eye-catching Yorkshire market town with some fascinating stories
A tiny village in the Yorkshire Dales that makes a great base to discover the surrounding spectacular scenery
A Norman castle and market town, full of interesting old buildings
An ancient Yorkshire settlement with more old buildings than you can count
A North Yorkshire town adjacent to the largest collection of limestone in the country
A Yorkshire town situated on the Leeds to Liverpool canal, with a historic castle and market
One of the most northern of the Yorkshire's Dales, often described as the most unspoiled and the most beautiful part of the county
A well known valley, which is also the largest, and the widest, making it one of the most popular for visitors to the area
One of the longest and most attractive valleys in Yorkshire
North York Moors Introduction
A vast expanse of open moorland which is used for a wide variety of leisure activities
A tourist town on the coast in the East Riding of Yorkshire
A coastal town on the Yorkshire Coast, known for its long arm of rock at the northern end of the town that forms a natural pier
A classic Yorkshire town with plenty of history and the starting point of the North York Moors Railway
Robin Hoods Bay
A quiet North Yorkshire fishing village known for its history of smuggling
A much loved North Yorkshire seaside resort overlooked by an impressive castle
A fishing port on the North Yorkshire Coast, known for its catches of lobster and crab
A Yorkshire fishing port full of history and drama

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