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Leeds is a city in West Yorkshire, England, it’s situated in the center of the United Kingdom, with multiple inhabitants of 751,500, this is the third biggest and one of the quickest developing, grassy cities in the UK. It is situated on the River Aire in a small part of the Aire Valley in the eastern mountains of the Pennines. The city hub rests at around 206 feet (63 m) over ocean level while the area scales from 1,115 feet (340 m) in the far west on the hills of Ilkley Moor to around 33 feet (10 m) where the rivers Aire and Wharfe cross the eastern partition. Leeds has a weather that is marine, substantially affected by the Atlantic and the Pennines. Summers are normally lenient, with average showers, while winters are cold, overcast with irregular snow and frost. Spring and autumn are light but snow and frost are not unprecedented of in either season. Book holidays to Leeds with Travel Center and profit from our all-inclusive holidays consisting of cheap flights, affordable accommodation and adjustable booking choices. We at Travel Center are committed to make sure that your holiday to Leeds is memorable!

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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Flybe, Eastern Airways, KLM, Aer Lingus

Languages

English

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Civic Quarter

Popular for its many sculptures, plus statues of the Black Prince and creator James Watt. Close-by is Joseph Priestley Church, and also the striking Town Hall, sanctified in 1858 by Queen Victoria. A beautiful Corinthian arcade furnishes its front, ruled by a 200 ft. tall clock tower.

Headrow and Briggate

The Headrow is a stroller friendly half-mile where most of the city's leading shopping, municipal and ethnic appeals are located. The Briggate region is popular for its ancient shopping galleries, most of them of structural importance, those to tour include Grand Arcade, constructed in 1897 and residence to several tiny boutique stores.

St John the Evangelist's Church

Constructed in 1634, the inside is famous for having two centers, and its genuine Renaissance rood partition, pulpit and stalls. Other spiritual regions worth touring include St Anne's Cathedral, the Roman Catholic cathedral in Cookridge St (constructed in 1904); the Georgian Church of Holy Trinity on the shore in Boar Lane (1727); and St Peter's.

Leeds Corn Exchange

One of only three such constructions remaining in the UK, the Grade I recorded Leeds Corn Exchange is deemed one of England's exceptional Victorian period structures. Created by Cuthbert Brodrick and finished in 1864, the structure is now residence to a wide range of shops, arcades and cafés.

The Royal Armouries

Britain's national museum of arms and armor. There are about 8,500 items on exhibit in five galleries, which envelopes a time of around 3,000 years. When you count live presentations and incredible reproductions to the blend, it's a must-visit.

Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills

Once the world's biggest woolen mills and now residence to the superb Leeds Industrial Museum. The museum offers the captivating past of wool manufacturing in Yorkshire from the 18th century ahead, as well as displays regarding the production of fabrics and clothing, printing, engineering and engines.

Temple Newsam House

A 40-room Tudor-Jacobean castle positioned in a 900-acre park on the boundary of Leeds. It was the native home of Lord Darnley, the husband of Mary Queen of Scots, and holds various Old Master illustrations, and also furniture by Thomas Chippendale and selections of Leeds creamware and silver.

Lotherton Hall

Constructed ahead of WWI for the Gascoigne family, keen representatives of relics and art. Extremely outstanding is the Oriental Gallery, which has objects going back to the 19th century, and the Nightingale Gallery exhibiting the work of native artists. It’s encircled by a ceremonial Edwardian garden and a bird garden that's residence to nearly 200 kinds.

Kirkstall Abbey and Museum

Established in 1152, the attractive remains comprise of a roofless chapel with a small choir and a destroyed tower, a nearly entirely conserved chapterhouse, a hall, kitchen and many other structures. The gatehouse is now a portion of the Abbey House Museum with duplicate houses, shops and workshops displaying Yorkshire life down the centuries.

Golden Acre Park

A stunning park placed in 179 acres of grown forests with gardens encircling a beautiful lake. Residence to various kinds of trees, hedges and herbaceous plants and also a range of local animals and wildfowl. Other highlights include Limestone and Sandstone Rock Gardens, Bog and Late Season boundaries and Courtyard.