Welcome to Bradford, the worlds first UNESCO city of film. Curry Capital of Britain, a renowned centre of Victorian architecture. Bradford certainly has a lot going for it; heritage and culture to fascinate you or fresh air and natural beauty to invigorate you, there's something for everyone in Bradford's four distinct districts. Bradford's history is impressive and this is reflected by stunning Victorian architecture such as the Gothic

City Hall which stands along the very much 21st Century City Park. The National Science and Media Museum hosts nationally important collections and exhibitions as well as three cinema's including an IMAX theatre showcasing the magic of moving images from around the world. Bradford. With over 200 Asian restaurants, many award winning, Bradford lives up to it's title as the Curry Capital of Britain, or try the up and coming North

Parade and West End areas for bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. Nearby you can find the wild Haworth and the wild morrland surrounding it that inspired the Bronte Sisters, The world heritage site of Saltaire with it's spectacular architecture, shops, restaurants and the art of David Hockney. And finally would any visit to Yorkshire be complete without a visit to the former spa town of Ilkley and a walk on it's famous moor preferably baht'at.

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