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Eco-friendly travel guide to Bradford advises how to be a responsible tourist. Learn how to explore the attractions in a sustainable way and how to respect the local people and culture. Make your trip green by supporting locally owned hotels, organic restaurants and other businesses. Read more on how to protect the environment by making conscientious choices and how to travel green in Bradford, England, United Kingdom.

Panoramic view of Bradford

  • Air quality: 3.8 / 5
  • Exploring by foot: 4.2 / 5
  • Exploring by bicycle: 4.0 / 5
  • Public transportation: 3.5 / 5
  • Parks: 3.6 / 5
  • Outdoor activities: 3.6 / 5
  • Locals' English level: 4.6 / 5
  • Safety: 4.4 / 5
  • Accommodation: US$80 - $160
  • Budget per day: US$60 - $100

Responsible Travel

Bradford is a city in the northern English county of West Yorkshire. It is the 4th largest metropolitan district in the country. Traveling as responsible tourists is necessary in order to protect the environment and the local communities and respecting their culture. You can enjoy the trip in a sustainable way by supporting the local hotels and by opting for environmentally-friendly transportation like electric vehicles. The ways to prevent causing any harm to the environment and to travel green in Bradford are:

  • Try to opt for the local accommodations options like the green hotels, Hostels and guesthouses, Apartments, etc. these are cost-efficient as well as they help you gather more knowledge about the local culture of Bradford.
  • Move around with the help of electric vehicles and public buses for these are both cost-efficient and environmentally friendly.
  • If you go shopping, opt for the local restaurants, second-hand stores, and eco-friendly brands that offer ethically sourced/produced products for sustainable shopping.

Air Quality and Pollution

The air quality in Bradford is said to be unhealthy for certain sensitive groups. According to a recent report the air quality index (AQI) and PM2.5 in Bradford are reported to be at 121 US AQI and the concentration is 43.6g/m3. While AQI is considered to be moderate on most days but it often fluctuates as well to unhealthy pollution levels for the sensitive group. So, before traveling to Bradford keep in mind if you are traveling with children, the elderly, or people suffering from breathing problems, be cautious. This could mean wearing masks and taking other precautions like carrying an inhaler or allergy medication to ensure that everyone is safe. The best time to visit Bradford would be between June and August, at this time the place experiences cold weather conditions that are not too harsh and bone chilling. June to August is the busiest month and tourists from all over the globe come to visit in large numbers, so the accommodation charges may increase from the usual rates so try to make your bookings prior to your visit.

Respect the Culture

Bradford is set in West Yorkshire, England, and is 14 km to the west of Leeds. Bradford’s Victorian Museums host modern artists that present performances of the 21st century incorporating Edwardian architecture and many other popular festivals. It has a very rich and vibrant culture. In order to truly experience the essence of local culture you ought to visit museums, theatres, historical landmarks and try out the local food. One thing to keep in mind is that the culture of Bradford might vastly differ from where you are. You have to be respectful about these differences and while it is okay to ask questions and observe these differences, it is not okay to frown upon the local's lifestyle or their choices. The city was awarded the title of ‘World’s First UNESCO City of Film’ because of the city's amusing film heritage and the inspiring movie locations. Bradford has always been a popular location for filming since the starting of cinemas. To this day Bradford appears to be the location in many movies and TV series. A place called the Kala Sangam is the most popular intercultural arts organization which presents programs that feature South Asians and the collective arts. Bradford is a place where you can experience some live entertainment as they always have new festivals coming up like the Bradford Family Film Festival or like the Ilkley Literature Festival and the Saltaire Festival.

Top 10 Places to Visit

This place has some great potential when it comes to attracting tourists from all over the world with the amusing places in Bradford. Its also said to be the first place where the very first film was made which makes it a great location for the tourist. Here are some of the top 10 places in Bradford that you should visit.

  • The Alhambra Theatre: It is said to be the North premier touring venue and hosts a variety of different events like ballet, opera, musicals, comedy, drama. The venue has a total of 1400 seats for the larger audience group and is popular among the tourists like the Northern Ballet Theatre, David Ian Productions, and Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures. The theatre has hosted shows like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Miss Saigon. The Alhambra Theatre is a member of the Dance Consortium which is a group of theatres that work together in bringing the best international dance to the UK. The Alhambra also hosts settings for meetings, corporate hospitality, conferences, and events. The theatre is located at Morley street and has many restaurants nearby the place.
  • National Science And Media Museum - The museum offers science and culture of light and sound technology exhibitions. There is a variety of education exhibitions to choose from like the Wonderlab gallery on the third floor. The museum has three cinema screens and IMAX 3D. It hosts events for children and festivals with the help of animations, films, and retro TV’s. The entry is free of cost but you will have to pay for the IMAX. It is is a family entertainer and the museum also offers information about the British film-making eras and games lounge.
  • Bradford Industrial Museum - The museum is located on Moorside Road. The place has exhibitions on the Industrial Revolution and hosts a good Christmas fair every year. It’s a good place for the children. They host a little game of hide & seek where the children have to find 11 rats hidden in the museum. There are various machines running as exhibitions and provides you with an opportunity to learn about how those machines work. There are many vehicles like cars, steam locomotives, trams, and trolleybuses made in Bradford. The first floor has textile and weaving items. The museum also has many exhibitions on working horses' history, workers, and middle-class house interiors. Another fascinating aspect is that the museum has a room only for printing where you can print the items.
  • Sunbridge Wells - It’s located on Sunbridge Road. The place has many different pubs that offer great food as well which is a huge place. The staff is friendly in most places and will guide you with the menu. The place has an underground labyrinth that has bars, restaurants, and shops. You can find Handmade crafts that are very unique and every individual craft has a deep meaning behind it, if you like something you can even buy it. The building is very old and has been renewed recently. The place is excellent and unique and the atmosphere is also very nice.
  • Saltaire Village - It was built by Sir Titus Salt in the year 1851, who was the leading industrialist in the woolen industry of Yorkshire. It’s designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 2001. The Victoria Hall which is originally known as the Saltaire Institute is used for having meetings, concerts, community events, etc. The Saltaire Festival which is been celebrated since 2003 is held for a total of eleven days in the month of September. The village is known to be featured in many movies and TV series. The buildings are magnificent and the almshouse and main mill are worth visiting. Also, Robert’s Park is a popular attraction for many tourists.
  • Bolling Hall - The Bolling Hall is a wonderful place which is kept in a spotless state which has rooms and is set out at different periods of time. The interiors of the place are wonderful and have many interesting artifacts like Cromwellian helmets, furniture, stained glass windows, and swords. The entry is free of cost and is located in the center of Bradford. The hall holds the death mask from Cromwell’s time and several other artifacts. The Bolling Hall has theme rooms and provides information about people that lived there and the history of over centuries.
  • Salts Mill - The mill is worth visiting for people who love art and are into the wool trade. The place has several pubs and restaurants, cafés and gin shops. The mill is pretty huge which has almost every collection of the works of Hockney. The Salt’s Mill which was previously a textile mill is now been converted to an art gallery, shopping center, and restaurant. the mill and the town of Saltaire built and financed in the 19th century.
  • Lister Park - The park has a wonderful open space with a botanical garden that has a stream running through which give it a very calm feeling and also appears wonderful. It has a gorgeous lake and a lot of greenery, the Mughal water gardens, and Cartwright Hall that is usually open, a bowling area, and an area for the children to play. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The park is located in Lister Park Lodge Oak Lane and has almost 78 restaurants around the place. You may find squirrels, ducks, and geese running around the place. A popular attraction here is the boating pool café. The food and presentation are excellent.
  • The Tong Garden - It covers a vast land of about 17 acres in the beautiful Yorkshire’s countryside and can be easily accessed from Leeds and Bradford with the help of extensive cars and coach parking’s. There are a number of things that you can do and see here whether you are a local or a tourist. The Tong Garden stays open the whole week and offers a great choice of plants, stunning gifts and assorted home accessories to choose from. They have beautiful outdoor furniture as well. The place is popular in the Christmas season, it’s filled with inspiring ideas to decorate your home. You will find a Coffee Shop and Orchard Kitchen that serve seasonal and freshly prepared dishes. You’ll find Grass Hoppers Outdoor Adventure Playground that has jumping pillows, trim-trail, ride-on-cars, giant sandpits, and many more attractions.
  • The Bradford Police Museum - It’s located on Centenary Square. The museum has a cell tour, Gallery tour, and Court tour. The museum focuses on the Bradford Police Force and the aspects of 19th-century Policing. You can take a tour of the Victorian prison cells here, the courts which have been used in many TV Shows and Movies. And has a room filled with only exhibits? The entrance charge isn’t much and you get a warm welcome here.
The Alhambra Theatre Bradford


Bradford is a popular place among tourists as it offers a lot in terms of exploring opportunities and activities to do. If you’re visiting here for some days then you definitely will want to hang around a bit more here. If you’re an art lover, Bradford has so much to offer. It has flourishing arts at the Cartwright Hall, Salts Mill, etc. Some of Bradford’s magnificent architecture is of Little Germany and the UNESCO World Heritage Site is known as Saltaire. The place is a paradise for people who like cycling and walking as there are amazing selections of paths and trails.

City Parks

  • Centenary Square- The city park has won multiple awards for the best public space. The most popular is the Mirror Pool which is considered to be the largest urban water in the UK. The place is cool, tranquil, and misty and has beautiful reflective water mirrors. The water looks beautiful with the aqueous light display and the 100ft water cannon. The place has over 100 fountains, laser lights, the water, and the mist which conduct glorious symphony that looks brilliant. The City Park has free Wi-Fi and offers many gorgeous views. The park is open all the time and the entry is free of cost but some of the events might be chargeable.

Other popular parks include:

  • Bradford City Parks
  • City Park Mirror Pool and Fountain
  • Peel Park
Bradford City Park

National Parks

  • Ogden Water Country Park - At Ogden, you can completely forget about your stresses and strains from everyday life as the place offers an escape from all that. The park has some great views with the lakes and local nature reserve which has rich nature viewing opportunities. There are ample woodland walks for you and your family to enjoy. You can discover the local wildlife here among the sound of trees whizzing by the wind that helps you relax your body and mind. The place is open every day. The entry is free of cost. The Park is located on Keighley Road. The place also has parking.
  • Hardcastle Craggs - The Hardcastle Craggs is known as the National Trust beauty spot that has a total of 160 hectares of woodland and walking along the riverside is a great experience. Pack your bag with binoculars and boots. The Gibson Mill, located in the center of Hardcastle, suited for families and a large group of friends. The place informs the visitors about the history of the valley of about 200 years in a kid-friendly way with the help of interactive displays, and has live dancing and themed exhibitions. The place has allowed the admissions to be free and is located at the End of Midge Hole Road.
  • Hollingworth Lake Country Park And Visitor Centre - The Hollingworth Lake Country Park is a beautiful place where you can hang out with your kids, the stunning scenery lets you forget all of your stressful times and refreshes your mind. The people who come here with their families can set up a picnic, go fishing, or just walk around the park and admire its view. The Visitor Center has something for the families always, like events or outdoor activities. The visitor center allows you to know many kinds of stuff about the local wildlife, about the gallery of artist work and the heritages. The park has a free entry so that absolutely anyone can visit.
  • Rspb Fairburn Ings - The PSPM Fairburn Ings is located in the northern countryside. The easily accessible tracks are for the families, that wind through the woodlands, and the lakeside. There is a place where people do birdwatching which has lapwings and redshanks in a large number in the wetlands. There is also a heronry where you may get the chance to spot majestic birds and can claim some eggs. Remember to rent your nets. The entry is free and the cost of parking amounts to £3.00 for a day.
  • Daisy Nook Country Park - The Daisy Nook Country Park is set up in 40 hectares which offers a great landscape in addition to a beautiful lake, woodlands, and canals. This place is popular for birdwatching and you may find wildlife such as owls, squirrels, woodpeckers, and foxes. Explore everything that you might find amazing and escape from the daily life filled with stress and experience the daily life in the woods. The place has marks for which is the bridle path for horse-riding and which one is the path for the ramblers or families. The tickets for the days fishing can be availed from the Sammy’s Basin near its waterside, Bardsley Canal, and Crime lake. Also, car parking, playground equipment, cafés, and toilets are available. The Park is open every day and admission is free. The place is on Stannybrook Road.
Hardcastle Craggs in middle of the winter


  • Centennial Beach- It’s a very clean and well-maintained beach with less crowd and has water sports like kayaking paddling among others. The beach is an ideal place to go with the kids and has many water slides exclusively for the kids. The parking charge also isn’t much just $3 per hour. If you’re with your family this place is a must-visit.
  • Johnson’s Beach- It’s a nice little beach located on the northside of Kempe felt bay which is also a part of Lake Simcoe off in the east. The beach is down the hill from the road where you can find parking spots. While you continue to drive down to the beach you can see that there are no parking spaces available there just the emergency vehicles for if you park there you’ll be blocking their way. The place is not too crowded usually and is a nice place to relax and refresh your mind and body.
  • Lytham St. Annes Beach- The beach is said to be sandy and has donkey rides, the Victorian pier, and a children’s playground. It’s the perfect place to relax and take sunbathe or to enjoy a nice stroll for helping you relax and soothe your mind and body. You can find ice-cream parlors and cafés for the people to enjoy a seaside snack and can enjoy many beach traditions like the sandcastle buildings, beach games, and paddling. You can hire your own beach hut, which sounds amazing and has great looks with the help of pastel colors, a small kitchen, and electricity. There are lots of local attractions and restaurants and has beautiful gardens too.


  • Bingley Five Rise Locks- The only thing that will come to your mind after seeing this place is the mastery of engineering. The engineering itself amazes people. It’s a great place for tourists and the locks are beautiful. It takes almost 45 minutes for the barge to move up the five locks. It’s a great place for photography due to its marvelous view. After you’re done with the locks, move up to the canal where you can find a café and there you can find an amazing choice of assorted drinks and grubs.
  • Undercliffe Cemetery- The cemetery is an English heritage site, which contains a large amount of Victorian history, sculpture, and art. The cemetery is set in a vast space of about 26 acres which displays Bradford’s history in stone. The cemetery is nationally recognized.
  • Bradford Cathedral- The Cathedral is almost 500-year-old, this beauty is not very popular among the tourists but you should definitely visit the place it’s set in tranquil gardens. The church is third on the site and has additions from the twentieth century. The ancient church is peaceful, fascinating, friendly, and has some special features. The Cathedral has some of William Morris' earliest stained glasses, the bronze and embroidery by Ernest Sichel, sculptures by Flaxman, Alan Collins, and John Shaw, windows and amazing woodcarvings, and an arts program that provides drama, literary events, and exhibitions.
Bingley Five-Rise Locks The Leeds and Liverpool Canal boasts many lock staircases - mostly 2 or 3 locks high. At Bingley there is this unique staircase of five locks running directly into each other. A lock-keeper is on hand to assist boaters through.


  • The Impressions Gallery - It is a great museum and is free. The museum is one of the UK's leading venues for photography and they show the best of modern generation’s photographers. The place is bright and spacious located in the center of Bradford's city center overseeing City Park and is next to the Bradford's City Library. The Impressions gallery consists of exhibitions, events, and one of the best specialist bookshops and has many other attractive features of itself.
  • The Peace Museum - It has three small, galleries which are also known as one of Bradford's finest Victorian buildings. It is the only museum of its kind in the entire UK. The Museum is a member of the International Network of Museums for Peace. The Peace Museum is popular for the stories of the uncountable number of people who have strived to end extremism, violence, conflict, and inequality and have attempted to create understanding and peace. The group bookings and a range of educational workshops for schools are welcomed.
  • The Bingley Gallery- The art gallery has two floors and is filled with the works of Jane Fielder, David Starley, Amy Charlesworth, and many other artists from the city. The front room is used for a program of guest exhibitors. You can always find good quality paintings and art in this gallery. The Bingley Gallery shows the works of artists that are considered to be an important part of the local community.
A beautiful exhibition at The Impressions Gallery


The food throughout Bradford has a very wide range, from the Box Tree in Ilkley and the Terrace in Saltaire which has won awards to over a total of 200 Asian restaurants are here.

Bradford is famous for its curry and the Asian restaurants are the ones that specialize in curry from India, Pakistan, and Kashmir. Bradford is also popular for its ale and is home to several breweries. There are many great pubs that sell ale. Bradford offers a mix of traditional and international cooking delights. It offers great ale, fruity mocktails, pub grub, and excellent dining. The most popular is the Bradford Trail which is something everybody recommends for it’s the best place to get your food fixed.

Traditional Local Restaurants

  • Classic Persian Restaurant- The restaurant offers cuisines such as Turkish, Syrian & Lebanese. If you’d go for Turkish try the lamb shank. The staff is very friendly and the food tastes delicious. Some of the dishes that you should try if you are ever here are the lamb, Greek salads, naan bread, and many other options are available. The restaurant is very neat & clean and hygiene is maintained regularly. The other dishes like the Haloumi which tastes lovely, also the cheese and chicken rolls with the dips which are amazing. You can try the chicken kebabs, and they’ve got salad and fries too.
  • Aleppo- The place is very casual and great for the kids. It has good authentic food which tastes amazing. The restaurant has good décors, the restaurant is also known as the best Arab restaurant. If you are into the Mediterranean, Lebanese, Syrian, Arab food then you should try this restaurant. The food tastes amazing and also has a reasonable price range. Most of the time the people go there and order falafel and halloumi wraps. The owner and the staffs are amazing and friendly. One of the most popular dishes is the charcoal grill kebabs.

Vegetarian and Vegan

  • The Rooftop Café- The place is very clean and airy which appears very relaxing and soothing. The restaurant is above the Kala Sangam building. There is a vast variety of food on the menu. The restaurant is located in St. Peters House. The food is cooked and served hot. The staff is very friendly and the menu has a section that has a halal option which is great and one should try them.
  • Bhajis N Beer- The food is amazing and has an Indian cuisine that has a specialty in Vegetarian food and gluten-free food items. The most amazing quality of the restaurant is that you get value for your money. The starters, main courses, sides with poppadum’s and the pickle trays could cost around £15 and if you buy beer and magnum too which should be considered as reasonable pricing.

Street Food

There is no better way to know about the food items and culture of a city other than from its street food. Some of the famous street foods are found in:

  • Arabesque- The Arabesque is located in Ivegate, it's open seven days a week from 10.30 AM and closes at 8.30 PM. the food and customer service both are incredible. Some of the most popular dishes are the Burgers, Shawarmas, Grilled/Peri Peri Chicken, Tiger Tops, and the Pizzas.
  • Bab Tooma Syrian Restaurant- The restaurant is located on Wilton Street. The food is fantastic. The waiters are very helpful and friendly who would recommend you food items to try. The restaurant is located in the heart of Bradford. The meal will allow you to elope from your present location and wonder if you’re in Syria, trying one of their dishes. The most popular dishes are the Mixed grill platter, Hummus bilahem, and Fresh bread, The lentil soup, Baklava, Of kebab, Chicken wings, Falafel, Lemon juice with mint, etc.


Bradford is said to have the largest production of soft drinks in the UK. It is a leading producer of own-brand carbonated soft drinks and offers a large variety of pack formats and flavors. They also have excellent fruit squash, Gee bee, Jucee, and Wells brands also customer-owned brands squash products, cordials, standard squash, premium high juice.


The quality of tap water is constantly monitored in Bradford and in most of the areas it is safe to drink. Most of the restaurants and pubs also use tap water so you do not have anything to worry about. However, in the lower socio economic areas and suburbs, the tap water might not be of the best quality. If you want to practice extra precaution then boil the water before using. It is advised to use refillable water bottles and tap water in order to reduce your carbon footprint. It is the most eco friendly way of consuming water.

Organic Cafés

  • Tiffin Coffee- The Tiffin coffee is located in The Wool Exchange at Bank Street. There is a terrific range of cakes and coffees to choose from. The place is well-maintained with tables situated wide apart. The most popular is the White-Hot Chocolate and many other things on their menu might blow your mind. The service is good, the décor and the ambiance of the place are nice here.
  • Bread+Roses- The place is located at 14 N Parade. You can experience wonderful breakfast options, the place has friendly service. The place has a nice little scheme to support the people who can’t afford their meals. The place is welcoming and has nice staff service. The menu contains Tomato Soup, Coconut, and Blueberry Vegan Cake, Latte, Festive sandwich Selections, and many more.


  • Saltaire Brewery & Taproom- The Saltaire Brewery was established in 2005 in the center of Yorkshire, it’s an independent brewery dedicated completely to creating amazing fine quality beers. They always aim to create good quality beer and have only one way which makes them so accurate and passionate about the brewery job. The brewery has won numerous awards and two national championships in brews and has four international gold medals. Their beer is recognized all over the globe.
  • Bingley Brewery- The Bingley Brewery is located in Old Mill Yard Unit 2, Wilden. The brewery opens it’s bar usually on weekends, Friday evening, and Saturday afternoons. The brewery is filled with a large variety of beers. The most popular beers that you can find here are the Blantyre Red and Centennial Ale. The brewery is small but is a very good brewery which deserved to be recognized for their excellent choices of beers.


There are a number of activities to do in Bradford, among which is a little game called ‘Can You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse?’. It involves the zombies leading you to the city where you could collect supplies. You will need to use your smartphone you will have a team who will collect supplies, shelter, and weapons. The more things you find the more you score.

Yoga and Retreats

Yoga helps in controlling the mind and body. It also helps in being flexible and strong. Yoga is one of the best methods to keep yourself healthy and relieve stress. Some of the most famous yoga centers in Bradford are:

  • The Yoga Space
  • Mataip Ltd/Wellness Foundation


Here you can find a wide range of quality and affordable accommodation options. There are many hotels and guesthouses in Bradford. Which you will get to know about.

Green Hotels

  • Jurys Inn Bradford
  • Western Leigh Park Hotel
  • The Bradford Hotel

Hostels and Guest Houses

The most famous and affordable hostels and guesthouses in Bradford are:

  • Bradford Digs
  • The Ivy Guest House
  • Hotel Campanile Bradford


Apartments are great for people who enjoy their own personal space. Some of the most famous and cheap Apartments in Bradford are:

  • Bradford Hotel Apartments
  • Serenity Apartments Bradford
  • Fletcher Luxury Apartments


Couchsurfing services help the travelers greatly as they help them to experience the cities like a local, by connecting them to locals and travelers, and more.


Camping is a great way to enjoy a trip, especially in hot weather. Some of the most famous campsites in Bradford are:

  • Horton Bank Country Park
  • Esholt Sports & Leisure Club

How to Get There

It's pretty easy and basic to reach Bradford. You will need your passport and a tourist visa card. Although, you can choose the mode of transport as to how would you be more comfortable traveling to the city. Some of the ways are:


You can reach Bradford by air pretty comfortable though it will charge you more. The most popular airport near Bradford is the Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool J. Lennon. The Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA)is 8 miles to the northeast. There are 747 buses that can take you to the city for £3.80. The airlines are United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Lufthansa, KLM, Turkish Airlines, Air France, Qatar Airways.

The Leeds Bradford Airport


The mega bus and the National Express offer services to Bradford from many major cities.

Double decker bus in Bradford


The Bradford Foster Square and the Bradford Interchange railway stations are the two most popular connections in the entire UK.

Bradford-Leeds Train


Hitchhiking from the south is a bit tricky as not many people are there on the M1 that go your way. Get into Leeds or get a train/bus to Bradford. Nearby is the Bradford Interchange Rail Station from there take a walk to Manchester Road, then onto Mayo Avenue, to Rooley Lane, there are signs that will help you track the way.


There are no major boats and ferries to Bradford.

Moving Around

Moving Around in Bradford means using buses, taxis, planes, etc. you can even walk around and discover places, rent a bicycle, try the cost-efficient and environment-friendly electric buses or the subways.


It can be one of the best ways to explore the district. Bradford is renowned for the rolling hills and rugged moorlands which can be discovered while walking. You can enjoy the long-distance walks or peacefully stroll around the place. You can find three Walkers that are welcome which are Bingley, Burley, and Baildon that proves that Bradford is walkers friendly.


Bicycling is a great way to explore the Bradford district be it either a road bike or mountain bike. For people who like cycling then it’s a great opportunity to rent a cycle and explore the wonderful places in Bradford. You can explore the Pennines’ ancient packhorse by the Pennine Bridleway. For family, there is a friendly route from the Airedale Greenway that connects towns in the Leeds Liverpool canal or the Great Northern Railway Trail. Just get on your cycles and explore the beauty and richness of Bradford.

Electronic Vehicles

Electronic vehicles are a good way to reduce pollution and are cost-efficient too. Bradford has recently installed four fast charging points for electric vehicles that would promote the low level of carbon travel. For it’s a new initiative the government has decided to provide free of charge for using the facility. Electronic vehicles have become more affordable and are taking the world to a greener future.

Public Bus

First Bradford is a company that serves in West Yorkshire, England. The company operates largely around Bradford. It was formed in 1998 which was previously known as Bradford Traveller (Yorkshire Rider). The Free city bus services are a partnership including Metro and the City of ‘Bradford Metropolitan District Council’. the service connects some very popular shopping malls, rail stations, the City Hall, etc. in the year 2015 it was passed on to Ladies Only Travel.

Tram, Train and Subway

  • The Bradford Corporation tramways are the biggest tramway network in Bradford. It was operated from 1882 to 1950. The trolleybuses were operated from 1911 to 1972 and the track gauges of the tramways were 4 feet.
  • The main train station of Bradford is the Bradford Interchange. The most popular operator that runs in Bradford is called the Northern. If you use a railcard you can get the train tickets at a much lower price or buy the ticket in advance.

Sustainable Shopping

In many places, most of the items are designed for the tourists to take back to their homes. The top 5 exports of Bradford are U.S. goods, soybeans, meat, poultry, crude oil, fuel, aircraft, auto parts, industrial machines, passenger cars, pharmaceuticals, etc.

Food Markets

The food markets are the place where restaurants and cafés are present. People visit the food markets to taste the delicious food in Bradford. Some of the supermarkets in Bradford are:

  • Ss Food Store
  • The Oastler Shopping Centre And Market

Flea Markets

Some of the most famous flea markets of Bradford are:

  • Junk Again
  • Retro Boutique
  • Stockport Market Hall
A vendor at the Stockport Market Hall

Second Hand Stores

Some of the most famous second-hand stores in Bradford are:

  • Whetley Bargain Store
  • New To You Lifestyle| Rspca
  • Second Hand Joe’s


The most famous brands that make eco-fashion clothes and accessories in Bradford are:

  • Jenerous
  • Anthony Stoker
  • Artisan And Fox


Business Waste Ltd. works with the local businesses to allow them to identify and dispose of materials that are to be recycled and ensures them that the activity is cost-effective and easy. It provides advice on waste management and audits, and a number of bins to make recycling easy.


It’s vital to recognize the wastes and how to recycle them for the betterment of society. There are a different mechanisms to ensure this. Some of the recycling companies in Bradford are:

  • Cl Rye Trading Ltd.
  • Biffa Bradford

Work and Study Abroad

There are several institutions that are excellent in Bradford and are recognized all over the world. Bradford is located in the UK, and it’s said that the UK has institutions that are excellent in teaching. The teachers have an innovative teaching approach which has been very well recognized throughout the world. The education being received from the UK can do several benefits to you. It offers a higher standard of education, post-study work opportunities, short, flexible courses, access the world’s leading research, get the support and guidance needed from the teachers, and more.

Exchange Student

The incoming student's program in Bradford has a good number of options for the exchange students. For the students from Europe, they offer to study through the Erasmus Exchange Programme. Students can apply for research placements at the universities in Bradford in the fields of Life Sciences, Computer Sciences, and Engineering. Bradford experiences exchange students from Japan, Taiwan, Canada, Korea, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and the USA.

Au Pair

Au pairs make half of your work easy that’s why they are appointed. These are helpers from foreign countries who do the household chores or babysit in return for monetary allowances. There are a large number of opportunities available in Bradford.


Volunteering is when people voluntarily take up a part of the job or offer services. Opportunities are available for professionals, volunteers, nurses, doctors, and healthcare professionals.

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