Bradford Travel Guide


Bradford is the most important settlement in the West Yorkshire County that is nearby another key city, Leeds. The Bradford-Leeds area is considered to the 4th largest metropolitan area within England'. This city is culturally diverse city with a huge number of recent migrants from ethnic minority groups that is inclusive of a large Pakistani neighborhood. In fact, the numerous restaurants by the Asian population have given Bradford the repute of 'Curry Capital of Europe'.

In addition to this, The University of Bradford that has received the Royal Charter in 1966 accommodates over 7,000 students. It was renowned for its Modern Languages Department.

Bradford is a fascinating place to visit with enriching culture, architecture and major attractions. It is located in the West Yorkshire, England and is surrounded by various settlements that collectivity constitute the metropolitan borough of the City of Bradford. It has stupendous events and festivals to blow your mind away and some of the finest Asian restaurants. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to art collections by David Hockney.

Hotels in Bradford

Bradford offers many feasible avenues to plan a memorable vacation with your loved ones. Some of the best hotels in Bradford are City Centre Hotels, Guest Accommodation and Self-Catering Accommodations, to soothe your pocket, as well.

Famous Places in Bradford

The city boasts of the most famous museum located on the fringes of London, the National Media Museum earlier known as the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television with three cinemas. The main art gallery of Bradford is located in the grand Edwardian Cartwright Hall in Lister Park and Salt’s Mill comprise of the largest collection of artworks of David Hockney. On architectural grounds, there is City Hall, a large Victorian Cemetery and the Wool Exchange.

Night Life in Bradford

Before 2000, the nightlife of Bradford centered just about Manor Row. But a little later, some more clubs flourished including Maestros, Kiss, 0898, Cloud 9, Lingards, Dukes & Silks. Since then, a large number of themes and pubs have flourished around Alhambra Theatre.

Entertainment in Bradford

From the perspective of entertainment, there is a lot to do with soothing parks and countryside, exciting sports and enthralling, theatre groups, music and dance. This city hosts Book Festival every year. IIkley Literature Festival is the most awaited event for book lovers round the world.

Top Restaurants & Bars in Bradford

Bradford hosts a wide range of cuisines from the most preferred restaurants. Here, you can find Italian cuisines, Japanese cuisines and many more to make your mouth watering and taste buds tingling.

Where to Stay in Bradford

There are a wide range of cottages, inns, guest house and country side accommodations that promise a soothing stay while your visit to Bradford. These accommodations are as per your budget and situated near the major attractions of the Bradford, so you that don’t have to spend much of your time on travelling.


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