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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.
Tourist attractions Leeds : Things to see and do
GB - Leeds
A Citadel in grey brick and marble built on the riverbank dominated by the hall of steel a glass keep 30 metres high, the museum has housed since 1996 on six floors, a part of the armorial collection formerly in the Tower of London. The vast gallerie..
Harewood House Tust GB - Harewood LS17 9LG
Harewood House (1759) is an example of Palladian architecture. The essentially neo-Classical interior is one of the finest works of architect Robert Adam (1728-92), who completed it on his return from Italy. The gallery is the most handsome room in H..
The Headrow GB - Leeds LS1 3AA
A very attractive collection of English art of the 19C and 20C covering almost all schools and trends: Pre-Raphaelites, narrative paintings, vorticists, Surrealists, you will also find some French paintings (Courbet, Derain).
Boar Lane, City Square GB - Leeds LS1 5NS
Prix Prices from : 59 £
Located opposite Leeds Rail Station on the City Square, this 4-star hotel is just metres from Leeds’ shopping district, bars and restaurants. The hotel has a fitness centre and Pan-Asian restaurant. All of the spacious, air-conditioned rooms at Park..
The Headrow GB - Leeds LS1 8TL
Prix Prices from : 79 £
In central Leeds, this elegant hotel is set within The Light shopping and leisure complex. Stylish rooms each have a TV and free Wi-Fi, and there is an Art Deco restaurant and bar. Radisson BLU Hotel Leeds has individually themed bedrooms, each offe..
City Square GB - Leeds LS1 1PJ
This elegant landmark hotel is the heart of Leeds city centre, and offers a grill restaurant and luxurious 4-star rooms with free WiFi. Opened in 1937, the historic and award-winning Queens Hotel QHotels is just a few minutes' walk from Leeds Railway..
Level 6, Trinity Leeds GB - LS1 6HW Leeds
Set above its sister 'Crafthouse' and also boasting a superb terrace and skyline views. The large bar is the focal point and cocktails are a speciality. Cooking is simple, modern and global - and, pleasingly, they're open all day.
3rd Floor, Flannels, 68-78 Vicar Ln GB - LS1 7JH Leeds
A unique, very individually styled restaurant with a minimalist interior and bold graffiti artwork, set on the top floor of a privately owned fashion store. Accomplished, highly skilled cooking uses very original, creative combinations - and the artf..
107-111 Briggate GB - LS1 6AZ Leeds
Bright, stylish dining room with rooftop views, metal fretwork screens and a Scandic feel; located on the top floor of a chic store. Watch the chefs prepare tasty, modern, globally influenced dishes. Pleasant service is from a smart team.
7-8 Mill Hill GB - LS1 5DQ Leeds
A simple-looking restaurant with seascape murals. The extensive menu offers superbly spiced, colourful Keralan specialities and refined street food - the dosas are a hit. Service is bright and friendly and dishes arrive swiftly.
2 Wharf Approach, Granary Wharf GB - LS1 4BR Leeds
5th Floor, Trinity Leeds GB - LA1 6HW Leeds
Located in the Trinity shopping centre, with a wraparound terrace and rooftop views. It has a bright, modern feel; the open kitchen and marble counter take centre stage. Menus offer European classics and meats from the Josper grill.
137 Whitehall Rd GB - BD11 1AT Drighlington
Stylish former pub with wooden panels from India fronting the bar; head upstairs to admire the huge picture of a Mumbai street scene. Authentic vegetarian dishes range from enticing street food to more original creations, with influences from Souther..