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10 great places Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa should visit on his tour of Yorkshire

With Leeds flying high in the Championship and without a game over the weekend, Marcelo Bielsa has been enjoying some well-earned relaxation.

Speaking after United’s win over Swansea City, he said he intended to use the break to explore more of the region he has made home. Yorkshire Evening Post has
come up with these 10 places he could put on his ‘must visit’ list:

Bielsas beverage of choice might be mate tea - the national drink of Argentina - but he can sample more traditional English fare on a visit. The caf offers stunning views of the towns Stray and Montpellier Gardens.

1. Bettys in Harrogate

Bielsas beverage of choice might be mate tea - the national drink of Argentina - but he can sample more traditional English fare on a visit. The caf offers stunning views of the towns Stray and Montpellier Gardens.
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On a cliff above one of Yorkshires seaside towns, Whitby Abbeys story can be traced back to the 17th century. He learn more about the links with figures as varied as St Hilda, poet Caedmon and Dracula author Bram Stoker.

2. Whitby Abbey

On a cliff above one of Yorkshires seaside towns, Whitby Abbeys story can be traced back to the 17th century. He learn more about the links with figures as varied as St Hilda, poet Caedmon and Dracula author Bram Stoker.
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Bielsa has previously described himself as a countryside man more than a city man, so a visit to the Yorkshire Dales could make perfect sense. No better place to start than Aysgarth, complete with stunning triple waterfall.

3. Aysgarth Falls

Bielsa has previously described himself as a countryside man more than a city man, so a visit to the Yorkshire Dales could make perfect sense. No better place to start than Aysgarth, complete with stunning triple waterfall.
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Home to more than 100 works by major artists such as Andy Goldsworthy and Castleford-born Henry Moore. Bielsa, would surely admire the creativity, having once opined: A man with new ideas is a madman, until his ideas triumph.

4. Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Home to more than 100 works by major artists such as Andy Goldsworthy and Castleford-born Henry Moore. Bielsa, would surely admire the creativity, having once opined: A man with new ideas is a madman, until his ideas triumph.
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