A weekend holiday to lively Leeds
Once a thriving centre of the textile industry, Leeds is currently a bustling university city. Book a flight to Leeds and visit the City Art Gallery and the stunning Victorian town hall, or stroll down the waterfront to Leeds Industrial Museum. In Leeds, shopping truly is a pleasure in the pedestrianised city centre. Victoria Leeds, the 19th-century shopping centre is the absolute jewel in the crown.
From Grand Theatre to ultimate nightlife district
Leeds has a lively city centre. Go shopping in Trinity Leeds shopping centre with its beautiful glass roof, or wander Kirkgate Market. A show at the Grand Theatre is a must. In this theatre, built in 1878, you can enjoy opera, theatre and ballet performances. Afterwards, the city’s numerous pubs, restaurants and clubs will guarantee you the ultimate night out. Not only is Leeds the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in England. Treat yourself: book a flight to Leeds!
Discover the Leeds of days gone by
Among Leeds’s most popular sights is Kirkstall Abbey, the remains of a 12th-century abbey. In the nearby Abbey House Museum you can learn everything about the city’s and the abbey’s history. Strolling down the ancient streets, it feels like you’ve travelled back to late 19th-century Leeds. To unwind, take lunch in one of the city’s many parks; there are seven to choose from. The place to go for natural beauty outside of the city is Yorkshire Dales National Park, where you can hike and cycle through a hilly scenery dotted with picturesque villages.
Flights to Leeds for a unique vacation
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The famous Kirkgate Market on Vicar Lane, in the centre of Leeds, is one of the largest indoor markets in Europe. With hundreds of market stalls filled with fresh foods, cosmetics, clothing, music and knick-knacks, the market is a lively destination in the heart of Leeds. Locals come here to buy groceries, enjoy a cup of coffee or chat with the fishmonger.
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