Just a short distance from Leeds, Bradford lies close to base of the pennies and is a convenient distance from other large cities in the Yorkshire region.
Bradford became a prominent force in international manufacturing, around the turn of the 20th century, due to its easy access to vital resources that were highly sought after. The textiles trade became synonymous with the city as it successfully began to meet a growing demand for wool supply, earning the title of wool city of the year.
Today, Bradford is a city full of culture, with a variety of museums, cinemas, theatres and art on offer for visitors to enjoy. However, a significantly higher than average crime rate has unfortunately labelled it as the top place UK tourists would least like to visit.