Why Visit Leeds?
Leeds is without doubt, one of the most exciting tourist destinations and also happens to be the biggest city of Western Yorkshire. This beautiful and exciting tourist hub has an abundance of student-population, and has plenty to offer in terms of entertainment, food, drinks, nightlife, clubbing, theatres, indoor and outdoor activities, cultural events, museums and much more! A visit to this dazzling city that highlights the splendor of the Georgian and Victorian Architecture will leave you mesmerized for sure!
How to Reach?
The Leeds-Bradford International Airport has excellent connectivity, with frequent flights to and from all the major cities of Europe. Traversing the journey from the airport to the hub of the city is easily facilitated by a fleet of buses and cab services. For those who want to take the train to Leeds, there is three main rail service providers namely, the East Coast, the Northern Rail and the TransPennine Express. For lovers of waterways, the nearest ferry point is Kingston Upon Hull, which is an hour away from the main city.
Where to Stay?
There are a large number of inns, budget hotels, luxury hotels, cottages and service apartments that you can take your pick from. The best way to experience the grandeur of the city is of course, by staying at hotels that have taken up residence in the renovated old buildings of the city, that emanate the perfect old world charm with modern amenities. Some of the best hotels are 42 The Calls, Residence 6, The Quebecs Hotel, The Hilton Leeds City, The Discovery Inn Hotel, The Novotel Leeds Centre, The Chambers and The Marriott. To get to know the most suited accommodation option for you at Leeds, you can feel free to get in touch with us!
“The abundance of fun-filled, entertaining and vibrant events at the city of Leeds, be it during the day or the night, always ensures that tourists have a lot to look forward to, every time they visit the city. Here are some of the spectacular events that you can add to your itinerary:-“
The best place for live concerts in the city is without doubt, the iconic Millennium Square, where the most famous singers, celebrities and bands have performed, and there is always some event to look forward to there, every weekend.
The Leeds Rugby League, Football Club and Cricket Club are the most coveted destinations for sports enthusiasts, and so are other sporting activities such as ice skating and skiing.
The Leeds International Film Festival hails worldwide recognition, and marks the advent of eminent film personalities from across the world.
The Grand Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, City Varieties Musical Hall and the Carriageworks are some of the best options at Leeds for Theatre Enthusiasts.
The best shopping areas in Leeds are found at Victoria Quarter, Thornton’s Arcade, Queen’s Arcade and the Corn Exchange.
Being home to a fairly large student community, Leeds boasts of a vivacious nightlife with a large number of clubs such as Mission and Hi-fi Club.