Go Up North to Bradford
Visit the North of England and stay in the West Yorkshire metropolis of Bradford. Just under 10 miles from the city of Leeds, the Bradford-Leeds region has the third largest total population throughout all of England.
Accommodation Bradford – what to do during the day
Plenty of museums and galleries throughout the city to choose from. The National Media Museum is well worth a visit as it involves a wide variety of stories about film, TV, radio and the web. From 19th Century technology, to the early digital animal, there is plenty of interactive activities to take part in. The Bradford Industrial Museum gives an insight into the textile industry in Yorkshire during the Industrial Revolution. With many exhibits, you will literally step back in time to experience what life was like then!
If you come during the summer, why not pack up a picnic and sit outside in the Lister Park. Found close to the city centre, it is a wonderful place to sit outside in the summer because of its picturesque greenery here. If you enjoy the countryside, plan a day trip to Holmfirth as it is found near the Pennines, which also border Greater Manchester, and is a large, scenic village about an hour away from Bradford.
Evening entertainment during your stay in apartments in Bradford
The city of Bradford has a large Indian influence which is reflected in many of the restaurants and specialities in the cuisine here. With various curry chains based here, the restaurants scored extremely high scores across a wide range of factors therefore being awarded the Curry Capital of Britain. You are bound to find the best curry throughout Britain here and it is a true luxury so make sure you visit one of the many large curry houses whilst staying in Bradford accommodation. For after-hours, why not check out some of the local pubs and bars in the area that will guarantee a good night out in Yorkshire. With some of the largest clubs in the whole of England, those after a good night out will not be disappointed here! The Real Ale Trail is also popular with locals and visitors alike. The aim of the pub crawl is to visit the crème de la crème of the ale pubs in England, via train! From the starting point of Stalybridge to Dewsbury and ending at Batley, all of the pubs are close to their respective train station; great for those party lovers! The nearby city of Wakefield and town of Huddersfield are also great for vibrant nightlife, which are also both just a mere train ride away!