Ladies, this time I am going to write about my home town, Bradford. Located in West Yorkshire, this town is definitely one of the most beautiful and unique places in the northern part of the UK. If you ever decide to come to Bradford, then you must also visit the other towns of the area, including Keighley, Halifax, Huddersfield and Leeds. My personal recommendations for hotels include The Lister Hotel (22 North Park Road) or The Westleigh Hotel (28-30 Easby Road). And, ladies, here is a secret tip: use a taxi cab to get around Bradford. It is comfortable and cheap! Also, consider a wheelchair taxi for your older relatives, so that they can enjoy Bradford as well.
My favorite part about Bradford is its amazing opportunities for culture. If you come here, you must see a play at the Alhambra Theatre. The best one by far is ‘The Cat in the Hat’ and I don’t know how many times I have seen it. For nature enthusiasts, I recommend Horton Park. With Easter just around the corner, you can take part in the annual Easter Egg Hunt, which is guaranteed to be loads of fun. If you come to Bradford with the entire family, then be sure to reserve one of those fancy minibuses. They represent the perfect method of transportation after an entire day spent visiting.
As far as I know, the distance between Bradford and Gatwick airport is of 241 miles. When I need to reach this airport, I often choose executive cars because of their added comfort; the journey takes around 4 hours and I pay £589. For shorter transfers, such as the one between Bradford and Leeds-Bradford International Airport, I prefer a regular airport taxi. The 9 miles distance is covered in just 22 minutes and I pay around £35 for an MPV car. If you like to splurge, then choose to take a break from the traveling at The Earl of Doncaster (Bennetthorpe) and Urban Hotel Grantham (Swingbridge Road). As for restaurants on the way, I personally prefer Zest Bar & Grill (19-20 High Street, Doncaster) and Chequers (25 Market Place, Grantham).