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Leeds

Welcome to Leeds, the unofficial capital of Yorkshire. A bustling city, full of culture and heritage, you'll never be short of things to do here.

With a thriving business scene and plenty of good and outstanding Ofsted-rated schools to choose from, Leeds is a brilliant place for both young professionals and families to call home.

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Living in Leeds

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Things to do

A compact and walkable city centre, packed with culture, retail, food, and drink. A collection of world-class venues, theatres, galleries, and institutions. And a calendar packed with festivals and events for all tastes and interests.

Experiences right across the city await, including tours and trips, taking in everything from the majestic ruins of Kirkstall Abbey to critically acclaimed craft brewing at Northern Monk. Uncover the treasures of Harewood House, or relax and unwind at the award-winning Rudding Park Spa.

The two-hour guided tour of the Emmerdale set will take you into the heart of your favorite soap. The tour begins at the Burley Road Studios, where you’ll check out working and replica sets, discover industry secrets and get an inside look into how the cast and crew create the storylines that make up Yorkshire’s favorite drama. You will then be whisked down the road to ITV Television Centre, where you’ll see even more Emmerdale working sets! Finish up with a visit to the gift shop where you can pick up a David’s Shop bag or a Yorkshire-themed gift just in time to grab a brew and a slice of cake in the lovely café.

For those in search of some adrenaline, enjoy a high ropes experience in Go Ape West Yorkshire and a triple whammy of aerial adventures. Muster your courage for this Challenge course. You’ll need it for the Tarzan Swing, tree-to-tree zips, and the free-falling Plummet.

Shopping

Leeds is undoubtedly a shopper’s paradise. A world of retail, all within reach easy reach in this compact and walkable city. You’re never far away from the biggest brands, the best boutiques, and those cool and quirky items that markets and independent stores are known for.

High street names find their home under the iconic glass roof of Trinity Leeds, where 120 shops, bars, and restaurants are buzzing seven days a week. Or experience the unique atmosphere of the historic Kirkgate Market, where Michael Marks of Marks and Spencer made his first trade. Find everything from textiles and loose-leaf tea, to fresh flowers and street food, all found on over 400 stalls.

Designer addicts can get their fix in Victoria Leeds, or across the bustling floors of Harvey Nichols. And don’t forget to check out Leeds’ fierce independent spirit. Makers and creators abound, from the beautifully restored Corn Exchange to the stunning Victorian arcades that tempt shoppers away from the busy Briggate.

Transport

The M62, M1, and A1(M) all serve Leeds, and with other major A roads in the region, commuting or travelling by car is simple.

Leeds train station offers links to other major cities in England like Manchester, London, Liverpool, and Newcastle and to other parts of the UK, including Scotland.

Leeds Bradford Airport is under an hour away by car from the city centre, for those in search of sunnier climes or wanting to travel further afield.

Food

Leeds is thought of as the food capital of the North. At the city's heart is a thriving independent food scene, renowned for its diversity, energy, and innovation.

Passionate folk, known for their craft serve up plates that are loved by the masses. You’ll find these in the street food stalls of Kirkgate Market, Trinity Kitchen and other venues sprawling across this hungry city.

Celebrations are well taken care of too, with unique menus and stellar service abounding. The Man Behind the Curtain boasts the city’s Michelin star, and Crafthouse looks out across a stunning panoramic skyline.

If you are searching for more down-to-earth dining, take a trip to Whitelock’s Ale House, or enjoy fish and chips from Nash’s who have been serving locals since 1924.

If you have room for cake and coffee - from Layne’s Espresso near the station to North Star at Leeds Dock, you’re never too far from a quality flat white. Or step back in time for an afternoon tea at Just Grand! Vintage Tearoom. Yorkshire-style indulgence.

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