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£20 / pp / day

The Leeming Building Leeds, United Kingdom

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Regus - Leeds City West Business Park Leeds, United Kingdom

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Spaces - Leeds, Spaces Park Row Leeds, United Kingdom

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£30 / pp / day

Workspace Hub Leeds, United Kingdom

   
£30 / pp / day

Workspace Hub Leeds, United Kingdom

   
£35 / pp / week

ODILeeds Leeds, United Kingdom

4 Reviews

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About Leeds

If you are heading to Leeds think "green" - super green - apart from the plethora of public golf courses, over two thirds of the metropolitan district of Leeds is green belt land. This is the place to put on some walking shoes and head out into a funky city or glory in nature's wonders. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a mere 20 miles from the heart of the city, so the green belt just keeps on getting greener. No one actually seems to know just how big Leeds is but going by its population, it is the second largest city in England, with Birmingham coming in at number one.

Apparently the rival locals have a penchant for trying to steal the maypole of Barwick-in-Elmet that so happens to be the tallest in Britain. They also have the pleasure of the country's largest pedestrianized shopping areas amidst 5 miles of shopping streets. That should satisfy any shopaholic for a credit card fix and involve numerous shopping bags to carry.

Awash in live music venues, cute bars and dynamic restaurants under converted railway arches in the industrial area of Call Lane, there is also the Kirkgate Market which is a draw card for those that love to bury their noses into quirky and weird stuff for a meager price. You can picnic at Roundhay Park, visit the antique brewery reincarnated as an art center "The Tetley", wonder around the Leeds City Museum, and go searching for the "owls" dotted around the city (there are 25 of them). Watching a game of rugby will unleash the vocal cords and ramp up the excitement factor before indulging in a bit of throat libation of the alcoholic variety.

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