Leeds
Leeds
Interesting
Leeds The Essential
Interesting
Leeds owes its prosperity to the nearby coalfields and to the wool industry, and saw its population increase tenfold during the 19C. Today the city is at the centre of the fourth-largest English conurbation and has greatly diversified its activities. Whilst not boasting a great wealth of architecture, it offers a broad range of activities, from the opera to shopping arcades to cricket and a very lively nightlife.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Leeds
Royal Armouries Museum
Royal Armouries Museum
A Citadel in grey brick and marble built
120 minutes
Harewood House
Harewood House
Harewood House (1759) is an example of
90 minutes
Leeds Art Gallery
Leeds Art Gallery
A very attractive collection of English
90 minutes
Kirkstall Abbey
Kirkstall Abbey
The transept tower (1509-1528) dominates
30 minutes
Temple Newsam
Temple Newsam
Temple Newsam is a brick house that
60 minutes
Town Hall and Victoria Square
Town Hall and Victoria Square
This town hall, inaugurated by Queen
15 minutes