The 8th edition of this attractively illustrated guide to Yorkshire is packed with information on the more secluded and less well-known visitor attractions and includes places to eat, drink and stay as well as covering the more established places of interest.
The county of Yorkshire is full of scenic, historical and cultural diversity. In the north west of the county are the picturesque Dales with their varied scenery of peat moorland, green pastureland and scattered woods intersected by the numerous brooks streams and rivers. To the north east are the imposing Yorkshire Moors, the rich agricultural Vale of York, the chalky hills of the Wolds and the dramatic storm-tossed coastline. In the south are the industrial and commercial cities and towns which have made such a major contribution to the UK's industrial and cultural heritage. This handy-sized book is an invaluable guide to those wishing to explore the historic county of Yorkshire.
The York and County Press described the previous edition "as covering every corner of the county, promising new discoveries and snippets of information for even the best traveled of Yorkshire folk"
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