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Leeds Bradford International airport is situated twelve Kilometres from Bradford city and fifteen kilometres outside of Leeds. It is situated in an area called Yeadon. It is the seventeenth busiest airport in England. There is  a bus connection to the two towns, operated by Metro. The journey time is forty minutes in both cases and tickets cost £1.80 to Bradford and £2 to Leeds. Buses leave from outside the Terminal.  Leeds is alive with energy, brimming with lifestyle and packed with award winning attractions. It’s a city rich in heritage with Victorian architecture along with a spirit of urban and waterside redevelopment which has transformed modern-day Leeds. You’ll find boutique hotels and budget accommodation all providing great value for your cash. Not to mention fascinating family points of interest, exquisite foods, a thriving arts and culture scene and a positively pulsating night life. You will find superb transport links making it the perfect Yorkshire destination. As you’d anticipate from this kind of a dynamic city, Leeds, offers high quality dining across the town.

The centre is home to many restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes create by hard-working innovators whose efforts ensure that hungry diners have plenty of options at all times of the day.  As Leeds is in Yorkshire it has plenty of traditional British fayre, whether its roast beef and Yorkshire pudding inside a country pub or great old fish and chips from one of the city’s wonderful fish and chip shops. One of Leeds’ greatest fish and chip stores is Bryan’s in Headingley, exactly where you can get every thing from flaky battered haddock and chips to clean lobster.

It doesn’t end there and thanks to Leeds’ diversity you’ll find world-class Indian food at legendary places like Aagrah and the large Mediterranean community has ensured plenty of continental delis and great Italian restaurants like Casa Mia, Salvo’s and Bibis. The town provide plenty of locations to go to for families of all ages, from the famous Royal Armories, to the gardens of Tropical world, and Leeds’ finest stately house, Harewood Home. The Leeds City Fine art Gallery has an amazing collection of 20th century British art including works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Antony Gormley.

By night, Leeds has an equally vibrant life with a wide array of restaurants, bars, clubs and other entertainment. You’ll also find numerous cultural attractions, renowned theatre, opera and ballet. Leeds has some outstanding music venues, posh wine bars, and trendy clubs which has cemented its reputation as a town with an incredible clubbing lifestyle. This nightlife has become part of Leeds identity and presently Leeds boasts nationally acclaimed nights. The cream of Leeds’ musical talent is now brought together in the annual Live@Leeds festival, organised by the council and promoters Futuresound.