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East Yorkshire is generally regarded as a county in Yorkshire in England, part of the United Kingdom. It is actually a unitary authority for all local government functions. The city of Hull, which dominates the East Yorkshire economy, tourism and infrastructure, is a separate unitary authority.

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The easiest way to get to Beverley is to take the train or the bus from Hull, or the bus from York.

By plane: The nearest airport is Humberside Airport. There are bus, rail and taxi services from the airport. Trains run to Doncaster (change for Hull) and busses run to Hull.

By Rail: Trains run regulary from Hull to Beverley.

By bus: There is a good bus service operated by the the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC). Busses run from Hull and York, as well as other smaller local towns.

By sea: Ferries from Europe to Hull - P&O Ferries [1]

By Coach: On the National Express - National Express [2]


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Make sure you take the time to visit Hull, the main city.

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