Where to stay? What to do?
West Yorkshire is made up of the 5 metropolitan boroughs of; Calderdale, Kirklees, City of Bradford, City of Leeds and City of Wakefield. The cultural, economic and commercial heart of the district is undoubtedly the City of Leeds. With top class festivals, universities, shopping facilities and much more; Leeds is a must-visit location in West Yorkshire. Across the rest of the region you’ll find a wealth of theatres, restaurants, museums and galleries to keep you entertained. For somewhere to stay in West Yorkshire you’ll find everything from top-class hotels, good value guest houses and even a couple of campsites!
The M1 and M62 run through parts of West Yorkshire making it easily accessible via road. All cities and towns in the region have good rail links and in addition, West Yorkshire has an international airport at Leeds/Bradford.