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Grimsby - a little taste of everything

Also known as Great Grimsby, there's something for everyone in this fast re-emerging Lincolnshire town. Gone are the times of the 'Cod War' depression, there's now an aboundance of shops, restaurants and cosmopolitan bars. Visit Lincolshire's largest shopping centre, Freshney Place, or meander around Abbeygate's boutiques. If you'd prefer to sample the seaside, take a walk down the promenade and feel the fresh North Sea breeze on your face.

All aboard for the National Fishing Heritage Centre

Take a trip to the award-winning National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, which was once the world's number one fishing port. Here, experience what life was like for the trawler men and women in a job often described as 'the most dangerous in the world'. Get on board one of the oldest surviving diesel trawlers the 'Ross Tiger' and take in the sights, sounds and smells.

Something fishy...

You can't visit Grimsby without devouring some of the finest and freshest fish and chips in the world. Get your 'catch of the day' fix in the capital of this British favourite, that puts the Great into Great Grimsby.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Grimsby? Both Travelodge Hull Central Hotel and Travelodge Scunthorpe Hotel are just over 30-minute drives away.