Condé Nast Traveller’s has release its list of ‘The Best Places to Go in 2024’ and it has given a nod to God’s Own Country. The eclectic list covers a range of spots across the world taking into consideration the complex issues taking place across the world, including Asian borders being fully open once more.
The popular travel magazine releases a list of the most beautiful places across the world to shine a spotlight on – and Yorkshire best get ready to Vogue as it enjoys its moment in the spotlight.
Its list is curated by expert contributors that highlight cities, regions and counties that should be on people’s radar to travel in the coming year and Condé Nast Traveller guys have included Yorkshire along with the likes of Manchester, Wales, Bath and Glasgow.
But, what does Yorkshire have to offer in 2024?
Noteworthy events in Yorkshire include the Dark Skies Festival and the Yorkshire Balloon Fiesta, which successfully moved from York to Castle Howard in 2023 and plans to do the same in 2024.
Yorkshire secures a spot in the top three places to visit not only for its magical events and landscapes but also for its culinary offerings. The mention of Michelin-starred establishments such as The Black Swan’s sister spot, The Abbey Inn in Byland, run by acclaimed chef Tommy Banks, adds to the region’s allure. The article also highlights the newcomer, Myse, with its exceptional tasting menu, run by the chef-and-sommelier duo Joshua and Victoria Overington in the quaint village of Hovingham.
Check out our visit to Myse, Hovingham below:
Furthermore, the newly opened Forest Spa at Middleton Lodge, a sustainable luxury retreat in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, launched in June and received recognition from Rachel Everett of Condé Nast.
You can read the full list for Conde Nast must-visit places in the UK for 2023 here.