Famous for its curries, a trip to the famous Belgrave Road offers the chance to indulge in some of the finest Indian cuisine this side of Mumbai.
This huge area has something for everyone in the evenings – home to a huge student population, Leicester has plenty of bustling nightspots and a long tradition of fine international dining.
The compact location is particularly good for people who enjoy exploring new places on foot and as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, there are a plethora of museums where you can learn more about England's enthralling past.
East Midlands Airport is well served by local transport and there are a number of options for your journey to and from the airport.
Around 30 minutes from the airport, the legendary location is known affectionately as the ' Queen of the Midlands' and is steeped in history.
Celebrated for being the birthplace of the world-famous literary icon Robin Hood, no trip to Nottingham is complete without a visit to Sherwood Forest.
Boasting an endless array of fascinating sights and a stunning landscape, the East Midlands is surely one of the most diverse destinations in the UK.
A hub of industry and development, the East Midlands is home to the world’s first factory, Sir Richard Arkwright’s Cromford Mill, as well as many other world heritage sites and beauty spots.
There are endless lavish manor houses to explore and if you’re keen to get outside, you’ll find spectacular views and castles dotted around the adjacent hills.
Just 25 minutes from the airport, Derby is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city with plenty of attractions for visitors to enjoy.
A walk in the woodland will take you to the majestic 800 year old Royal Oak – the 23 tonne tree which, according to local lore, was the hiding place for Robin and his band of Merry Men.
A vibrant city with plenty for visitors to enjoy, Derby has long been a place of interest and is located just a 25 minute drive away from the main airport.