Many UK families are taking staycations as they look to tighten their belts.
And this may see trips to Yorkshire increase in popularity, as the county has been named as the UK's best holiday destination.
It fought off competition from Cornwall, Cumbria and Devon to take the accolade at the 19th World Travel Awards.
Gary Verity, chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire, said: "The win is testament to all the thousands of fantastic businesses we have in Yorkshire that time and again put the county on the map for millions of holidaymakers."
He added the feat is even more impressive because Yorkshire was up against a lot of places that had much bigger marketing budgets.
Recent research by Confused.com found that one-quarter of respondents view staycations as the ideal type of break.
The beauty of trips such as these is that they offer parents the chance to spend some quality time with their little ones at a nice location, without having to fork out for a flight.
Among the highlights of Yorkshire are three National Parks, three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Pennines.