A historic county in northern England, Yorkshire is the largest county in the United Kingdom. Typically known for its Roman and Viking history, every facet of British history – from the Roman era to the 21st century – has left its mark on Yorkshire, making it a surprisingly interesting place to visit. This county also offers some of England’s finest landscapes with its rugged coastline and three National Parks. In addition to its history and beautiful natural environments, there are many things to see and do, such as visiting the preserved terraced streets and mills of the World Heritage Site at Saltaire, exploring the haunting remains of Whitby Abbey, admiring the impressive sculptures at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and of course a leisurely shopping spree in the cities of Leeds or York. Yorkshire is also a foodie’s paradise as it boasts the most Michelin-starred restaurants after London! As the proud natives say, Yorkshire is 'God's Own County'.