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City Breaks from Leeds Bradford

City Breaks from Leeds Bradford

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Here is a selection of some of the most popular city break destinations from this airport:



Spend some time on Málaga's superb sandy beaches, see the Museo Picasso showcasing the terrific works of this city's most famous resident, and see the enchanting Alcazaba of Málaga with its ancient and medieval ruins. In Málaga, you can also visit the striking Gibralfaro castle and the stupendous cathedral, or take a day trip to the delightful seaside community of Nerja to the east.



In Amsterdam, you can visit the Netherlands' largest museum, the Rijksmuseum, which houses a spectacular collection of national art and historic artefacts. Have a wander along the scenic canals, head to the Van Gogh Museum, and learn about the nation's seafaring past by visiting the National Maritime Museum.


Palma de Mallorca

See Palma de Mallorca's colossal cathedral, which, despite its medieval origins, actually took more than 400 years to build and was not completed until the early 17th century. Palma de Mallorca is also overlooked by the outstanding medieval Royal Palace of La Almudaina and the unique circular-shaped Bellver Castle.



In Dubin you could visit the National Aquatic Centre, then head to the Guinness Storehouse to tour the brewery that has been producing Guinness since the 18th century. This city is also the location of the early-medieval Book of Kells, and has an impressive archaeological exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland.



One of the leading fashion centres in Europe, the lively west-German city of Düsseldorf features the pictorial Königsallee avenue (King's Avenue) and the impressive Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen art gallery. It is also dominated by the 241-metre Rhine Tower (Rheinturn), where visitors can enjoy a remarkable panoramic view of the entire city.