Yorkshire, a county famous for its tea and pastures, also happens to be the largest county in the UK. Due to its natural beauty, It is sometimes known as god's own county.
Places to see in Yorkshire
White Scar Cave, Ingleton: White Scar Cave id a hot tourist attraction. You can see underground streams, waterfalls and even the 200,000 year old Battlefield Cavern. York Viking Walk: Travel back in time to see where the Vikings fought to take the city in a bloody battle in 867 AD. Find out how the Vikings' cunning and ferocity overcame the resistance of the Saxon kings. National Coal Mining Museum: The national coal mining museum provides an excellent opportunity to travel 140 metres underground in one of the oldest mines in the world. The Original Ghost Walk of York: Believed to be the first exclusive Ghost Walk in the World, we offer a night of History and Mystery to capture the imagination and inspire the mind. Bradford Cathedral: Bradford's historic cathedral on a site used for Christian worship since the 8th century. Bridestones Nature Reserve: Visit these unusual Jurassic rock formations near Scarborough. Explore the ancient woodland and moorland.
Road is a preferred mode of transport. The most prominent road in Yorkshire, historically called the Great North Road, is known as the A1. This trunk road passes through the centre of the county and is the prime route from London to Edinburgh. Yorkshire also has air transport services from Leeds Bradford International Airport. This airport has experienced significant and rapid growth in both terminal size and passenger facilities.
Yorkshire is protected to the West from the prevailing weather by the Pennines mountain range, and hence has a surprisingly low annual rainfall which means more sunny days. Lowest average temperature is experienced in the months of January and February, while the highest temperature is experienced in the month of July.