"Whitby" Whitby by Rachael71

Whitby Travel Guide: 355 reviews and 746 photos

Whitby is a small fishing town on the North Yorkshire Coast, not far from the larger town of Scarborough. It's famous as the birthplace of the explorer Captain Cook, and as the place where Count Dracula first set foot on English soil. Overlooking the town are the ruins of St Hilda's Abbey, which are worth exploring if you visit. There are lots of winding streets to explore and interesting shops to visit, as well as the usual seaside attractions such amusement arcades and fish and chips.

  • Last visit to Whitby: Aug 2002
  • Intro Written Jul 21, 2004
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  • Lensmeister's Profile Photo
    Jul 8, 2005 at 11:07 AM

    Whitby ..... my second home ..... Loved your pages they are great. The photos are lovely and you captured them well. I will be there in early August.

  • steventilly's Profile Photo
    Jan 30, 2005 at 11:48 AM

    Nice introduction to Whitby.

  • suvanki's Profile Photo
    Jul 24, 2004 at 3:45 PM

    Hi Rachael, Some great photos and tips, Thanks. looking forward to reading your other pages, Sue.

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