Hidden Gems Food Tour of York
Dig beneath the surface of York's food scene, and discover some of the best-kept secrets in the city on a food tour that[..]
With a population similar to Scotland’s, and a fiercely proud one at that, it only takes one visit to Yorkshire to make you understand why the county with its own flag sees itself as ‘god’s own country’.
The immediate draws are the incredible sweeping dales and hills that provide world-class hiking, and where you can explore ancient woodlands, picturesque waterfalls, and brooding moors. Of course, at the end of a day in the brisk countryside, there’s always a cosy pub awaiting you at the end of the day, where you can sample ales from what is generally agreed to be the home of the best proper beer in the world.
Away from the stunning scenery, Yorkshire is a great draw for history fanatics and culture vultures. Ancient cities like York exude a majestic charm as you wander the beautiful streets, and up and coming centres of vibrant art and nightlife scenes exist in Sheffield, Leeds and many more.
Throw in atmospheric ruined abbeys, characterful fishing ports, beautiful empty beaches and impossibly quaint rural villages, and you’ve got a compelling county that hooks visitors from day one.