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Leeds Bradford International Airport is the largest airport in Yorkshire and serves the Leeds, Bradford and greater Yorkshire areas. And Europcar's world class car hire is available on site, ready to help with any and all your hire car needs. Our fleet of safe, reliable and comfortable vehicles is always ready and able to cater for any size party or budget, while helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, and optional extras like sat nav, child seats and additional driver cover, are available to ensure your journey from Leeds Bradford International Airport starts off the right way. As always, our helpful and experienced staff are always there to lend any support needed.
Leeds Bradford International Airport handles flights from most major European vacation and business destinations, as well as the major airports within England, Scotland and Ireland. The airport serves the major cities of Leeds and Bradford along with the county of Yorkshire and the surrounding North East of England. Leeds Bradford International Airport is frequented by 3.4 million passengers annually, making it the sixteenth busiest airport in the UK. It's located about seven miles from Leeds city centre, affording it excellent transport links in all directions with the M1, M62 and A1(M) motorways all extremely close by.
The City of Leeds - The third largest city in the UK is considered the commercial, cultural and financial heart of West Yorkshire. Leeds is estimated to host 1.5 million overnight visitors every year, while at least another 10 million taking day trips into the city. Tracing its roots back to the 400 AD kingdom of Elmet, Leeds became a major centre for wool trading in the 17th and 18th century. These days the city boasts the largest concentration of legal and financial institutions in the UK, outside of London. It also has three universities, giving it the fourth largest student population in the country. Major attractions within the city include the Henry Moore Sculpture Centre, the Royal Armouries and the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Just outside Leeds is Harewood House, a former winner of best large attraction in the Excellence of England Awards. Besides these, Leeds is known for its nightlife. There are countless pubs and restaurants around to suit any taste or budget, with special mention going to the Whitelocks public house on Briggate, and the Adelphi on Hunslet Lane. A more student-style vibe can be found in the bars and cafes around Headingley and Hyde Park, while Chapel Allerton, Horsforth and Roundhay cater for the more upmarket crowd.
The City of York - Despite its smaller stature when compared with nearby Leeds, the walled city of York has a long and rich history. Founded by the Romans in AD 71, it has been a major city in the north of England ever since. Historic areas like The Shambles, a narrow 14th century shopping street virtually untouched by time, York Minster Cathedral and York Castle mix easily with more up to date attractions, such as the Jorvik Viking Centre and the York Dungeon, to ensure there is plenty for visitors to see and do.