Your guide to Leeds

Leeds is one of Great Britain's finest cities with a wealth of culture, history and diversity coupled with nightlife and shopping to rival most other UK cities. Situated in Yorkshire, it is one of the most important conurbations in northern England.

There's plenty of fine food to sample around Briggate and some great modern masterpieces in Leeds Art Gallery. If you're looking to escape the metropolis, there are the beautiful grounds at the mansion of Harewood House or perhaps you'd like to follow in the footsteps of Heathcliff over the brooding North York Moors.

What to do

Read our full guide on visiting Leeds and all the best spots and activities in the city. There's something for everyone!

Where to visit

From tourist hotspots to the cinema and theatre, Leeds has a real cultural diversity available to all visitors. But if you want to escape the city crowds, why not take a walk round the North York Moors?

Eating out

From Indian to Chinese, traditional Yorkshire puddings to sushi, Leeds has it all. Take a look at our Leeds eating guide to see what this city has to offer.

Rodley Nature Reserve

Quarter of an hour outside of the city is Rodley Nature Reserve which is full of brilliant flora and fauna, perfect for picnics and walks!

Partying in Leeds

Leeds is renowned for its lively nightlife, whether you're after a couple of pints down the local or a full-on heavy night out!

History

As one of Britain's most significant cities, Leeds has an intricate and interesting history behind it. Discover more on our history page.

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