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The most popular car hire location in Bradford is Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA), just under half an hour's drive from Bradford itself (15km).
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The most popular car rental brands in Bradford are Europcar, Keddy, Alamo and Enterprise.
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Warmest month: August (15°C)
Coldest month: January (3°C)
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Hire a car in Bradford
If you’re seeking a taste of the Yorkshire life, Bradford makes an excellent host city.
The city invites visitors to examine its industrial past and cultural landmarks, which include links to the famed Bronte sisters. Poised at the foothills of the Pennines and the flawless Ilkley Moor, Bradford is surrounded by greenery made to walk, roam and drive.
Within easy day trip distance of Leeds and Manchester, Bradford supplies plenty of big city opportunities alongside rural escapes. Book with easyCar and find your Yorkshire inspiration.
Sights to see
Bradford may be an unlikely choice for a holiday, but this northern town has a surprising appeal. The original home of the school meal, and long-standing capital of curry, Bradford holds quite a few titles. Recently, the city was awarded the first ever UNESCO City of Film award; from Peaky Blinders to The King’s Speech, Bradford has hosted productions of many successful films and dramas.
The repurposed site of Sunbridge Wells Tunnels demonstrates the city’s inventive and unconventional side. Subterranean soap and sweet shops take the place of what was once an air raid shelter and, at another time, a prison. Not only is this underground vault the location of independent shops, it is also possible to nibble on Yorkshire pies and sip raspberry gin here. Kooky bars and a 1920s speakeasy help give a revamped identity to this unforgettable cavern.
The neighbourhood of Little Germany is one of the most historical parts of the city. Listed buildings are in abundance here; the area was home to German merchants who moved to Bradford during the 1850s to benefit from the prosperous textile industry. Little Germany has also been used to mimic Berlin on film sets.
The Brontë family home in Haworth and Parson’s Field is where dedicated literary fans can pay homage to the sisters - the remote moors of Yorkshire inspired them to write the great works of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights.