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Yorkshire, in general, has one of the most fiercely proud local populations anywhere in the UK. And why wouldn’t they be proud? ‘God’s own county’ has so much to offer, from its fascinating history to its luscious green fields, its technological advancements to its modern metropolitan cities. To its residents, this is the finest place in the world to call home and perhaps nowhere embodies this love of the land better than the city of York.
It’s a spectacular example of everything that makes the county great, and if that could be summed up in a word, it would be variety. York, for example, has an amazing history and one that can be felt throughout its many, many historical locations and museums. However, it’s also a city that looks to the future through culture and art, as exemplified in its galleries and theatres.
This is a city which fully embraces the county’s deep passion for gastronomy too, with its annual Festival of Food and Drink being an obvious highlight alongside the city’s many world-class restaurants and eateries. This ties in with York’s love affair with the great British pub. Rest assured, you’ll never struggle to find a fine place to enjoy a pint or two in this historical walled city.
On the off chance that its many charming drinking establishments weren’t enough to quench your thirst, then there’s also the annual York Beer and Cider Festival, which is the largest in the country. Here, you’ll be able to sample hundreds of offerings, all celebrating the best that Britain has to offer.