“God’s own country,” indeed. The people in Yorkshire and the Humber have a reputation for being fiercely proud; one glimpse into the dynamic region, and you’ll quickly see why. A dramatic landscape of moors, hills and cliffs sets the stage for an unrivaled walk through English history—and a romp through the vibrant present. Gothic cathedrals and world-class museums fill medieval York, while Sheffield lets you relive the Victorian Age and steel industry in style. The region’s Viking roots can still be felt in tough-as-nails Hull, while the national parks of North Yorkshire reveals the region’s rural side. Beach frolickers mingle with Dracula fans in seaside resort par excellence Whitby. Meanwhile, Leeds holds up the contemporary end of things, while high-end couture, cutting-edge cuisine and a raucous nightlife scene. It’s no wonder writers from Bram Stoker to the Bronte sisters swooned for Yorkshire and the Humber. It’s England in a nutshell, England in Yorkshire and the Humber. We’d be proud too.