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Great North Road, LS25 5LQ Peckfield
Set in the suburbs of Leeds, the Best Western Plus Milford Hotel features high end accommodation and warm Yorkshire hospitality. Easily reachable, it is located in Milford, next to the A1 (M) exit... Read more
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2, Granary Wharf, LS1 4BR
The refined elegance of the Doubletree by Hilton Leeds City Centre will make your stay in Leeds an unforgettable experience. By staying in this 4-star hotel you can enjoy all comfort and facilities... Read more
97 Vicar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6PJ
Travelodge Leeds Central Vicar Lane represents the best choice for tourists wishing to stay in the city centre at a good price without sacrificing quality service. All welcoming rooms, which are... Read more
Brewery Place - Kandall Street, LS10 1NE
Jurys Inn Leeds is a modern hotel that offers rooms at a competitive price. Comfortable and spacious, all rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms with complimentary... Read more
Boar Lane City Square, LS1 5NS
If you want to visit the city or are in Leeds for business, Park Plaza Leeds and its 185 luxury rooms is ideal for you. Here you will find all the facilities a four star hotel can provide such as... Read more
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Blayds Court, Blayds Yard,Off Swinegate
Travelodge Leeds Central Hotel offers nice accommodations at a bargain price in the centre of Leeds. The perfect solutions for both business and leisure trips, the hotel offers nice furnished rooms... Read more
Millgreen View Ring Road, LS14 5QF
Formerly a windmill, the 3-star Britannia Hotel Leeds is set in the district of Swarcliffe, along the Leeds Outer Ring Road, in the city outskirts. Managed by a helpful staff, it features essential... Read more
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Immersed in green and surrounded by Victorian style charm, Leeds in West Yorkshire is a charming city known and appreciated not only for its historical and artistic attractions but also for its numerous entertainment possibilities.Leeds is also a popular destination for shoppers and for those who are looking for a relaxing holiday in Yorkshire.
What to see in Leeds
Among the museums not to be missed in Leeds, one cannot but mention the Royal Armouries Museum with an exhibition of weapons and armor from around the world and the Leeds Art Gallery where you can admire works by the most important national and international artists.
It is also worth visiting the Leeds City Museum, an entertaining and interactive museum suitable for the whole family. Inside the museum there are 6 galleries where exhibits are displayed by theme. From the ancient Egyptians to the Greek gods, from the history of the city and the community of Leeds, from the first archaeological finds to the present day.
Among the must-see attractions in the city, we should also note the Kirkstall Abbey, one of the most visited buildings in the UK. This old Cistercian church dating from 1100 is located in a beautiful park, near the banks of the River Aire.
Built in 1858 by order of Queen Victoria, the Town Hall of Leeds is another site of great interest that is now used mostly for concerts and civil functions. Here the Leeds International Pianoforte Competition and the Leeds International Film Festival also take place.
How to get to Leeds
Leeds is an easily accessible city by all means of transport thanks to the excellent infrastructure of the transport system. The railway station in Leeds is the main station and is well connected with major cities. The Leeds-Bradford Airport is the closest airport and is well connected to the center with a bus service. Have a look at our proposals for flights to Leeds.
Shopping in Leeds
Shopping enthusiasts will be satisfied in Leeds. Head to Trinity Leeds where you will find more than a hundred shops, bars and restaurants or to the Victoria Quarter where there are the most important fashion and design brands in the world. Another shopping mecca in Leeds is Leeds Corn Exchange, a beautiful three-story Victorian mansion that houses jewelers, chic bars and small boutiques with vintage clothing or with an undoubtedly eccentric taste. The historic Kirkgate Market is one of the largest covered markets in Europe where you can find stalls selling various objects, clothing, flowers and fresh foods from around the world.
In Leeds there are three universities, makingthe city very youthful , full of bars, restaurants and clubs where you can eat or drink a beer. Then continue the evening at First Direct Arena to listen to good music or head to Leeds Grand Theatre & Opera House or at The Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre to enjoy captivating theatrical performances.