Bradford

Located in a beautiful area known as the Pennine Hills in West Yorkshire, which is part of the stunning Peak District.

One of the biggest cities in England by population size.

Ranking fifth (by size of population) behind London, Birmingham, Leeds and Sheffield. For many visiting the city for the first time, Bradford proves to be a surprising place with many attractions and a newly emerging leisure scene offering some of the finest craft beers in the country.

Bradford, West Yorkshire

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Food & Drink
Arts & Culture

Transport Links

Bradford is well served by a highly-developed transport infrastructure with road links via the M1, M62 and A1 (M) motorways. The rail network connects Bradford to Leeds in 20 minutes, London in just over 2 hours and Manchester in an hour.

Leeds Bradford Airport is one of the UK’s fastest growing airports. It is 6 miles from Bradford City Centre and generates substantial economic benefits by ensuring that the city remains connected to the world. Manchester Airport is also within a 1 hour reach by road or rail.

Food & Drink

Bradford has been named the Curry Capital of Britain for a record breaking five years in a row. The city gets praises from the judges for holding several curry themed events, including a poppadom eating challenge. The four Bradford restaurants selected to represent Bradford are The Aakash, Kipling’s, Shimla Spice and Akbar’s.

If curry isn't your thing, you can also find Thai, Chinese, Lebanese and British food.

Arts & Culture

Over the years the theatre has been host to many big stage and screen names including Laurel & Hardy, Peter Sellers, George Formby, and more. In 1964, the city bought the theatre and today is regarded as one of the finest theatres in England. So a trip is a must!

The city is also home to the oldest concert hall. In fact, it's the third oldest on the entire continent. St. George’s Hall was opened back in 1853 and it’s still going strong today.

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