Situated close to the Humber estuary on the north east coast of England and home to 90,000 people, the renowned fishing town of Grimsby is known as the best place to enjoy the national dish, Fish and Chips.
Local fishermen have long been bringing in their catch to be battered and fried and, although the fishing industry has long been in decline in this country, Grimsby - still home to the biggest fishing dock complex in Britain - has used its facilities and local skills to become a highly successful container port.
The town's fishing heritage is still very apparent, though, and is celebrated in the form of the National Fishing Heritage Museum.
Grimsby, as it is perched on the North Sea coast, is surrounded by stunning scenery and, as such, offers easy access to miles of sandy beach and breathtaking coastal walks.
Read more about Grimsby in the About Grimsby section.