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With VroomVroomVroom, you only need a few minutes to book the best car hire deal for your Bradford holidays. The car rental comparison will be tailored according to the travel details you will enter on our search box. One of the comments we often receive is how easy our site is to book a car hire. This is one of our aim, aside from offering a really cheap deal, it's to make things easier when it comes to car hire reservation.

Bradford, also known for being the UNESCO City of Film, is a city within the metropolitan county of West Yorkshire, England. It is located at the edge of Pennines Mountain Range and is near Leeds, Kirklees and Calderdale. The city experiences a maritime climate with primarily moderate rainfall all year round. Its history stretches back from the Saxon and Middle ages. The place grew throughout time as a prosperous metropolis and became famous for its magnificent theatres, woolen trade and cultural heritage. 

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Driving tips in Bradford

The roads namely A647, A650, A658, A6036, M606 and M62 primarily connect Bradford City to the rest of Great Britain's extensive road network. There are six depots you can book your car hire from, all conveniently located within the city which makes it easier for you to plan your travel. Get comparison from car hire suppliers like Alamo, Enterprise, Europcar and Thrifty.

Top Attractions in Bradford

Bradford Alhambra Theatre is a grand theatre within a Grade II listed building. The theatre is located along Morley Street, Bradford. The venue showcases several performances mostly from large-scale touring theatre.

Bradford Cathedral or Cathedral Church of St. Peter is a cathedral with history since the Anglo-Saxon period. The church is sought after for its distinct Gothic architectural style and peaceful surroundings perfect for praying and or reflecting. It is located at 1 Stott Hill, Bradford. 

Bradford Industrial Museum located at Moorside Road, Ecccleshill, Bradford is a museum that showcases its wide collections of items relating to the area's local industries i.e., machinery, printing and textile. The museum is housed in a building that used to serve as a textile factory under the ownership and management of Bradford Council.

National Media Museum formerly the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television is a famous museum in Bradford, England. The museum showcases displays about film, television and photography. It can be toured for free except for its cinema and some special exhibitions.

Salts Mill is located at Saltaire, Bradford. It is a famous art gallery, shopping and restaurant complex. The venue is housed within the former mill (a textile factory).

The World Mile is a great place to visit with over 75 international shops and also plenty of restaurants and cafes. The last section of the mile, called White Abbey Road, is a great place for fabrics and South Asian fashion.