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Leeds is a bustling city with its finger very firmly on the pulse, host to world-class events, a thriving live music scene, pioneering theatre and leading 20th C. art. With an abundance of award-winning eateries, Victorian shopping arcades, innovative museums and stylish bars, this often underrated city really is something to write home about.
The Leeds Art Gallery was recognised by the British Government as a collection of national importance, and you can enjoy some of the best British and international sculpture at the neighbouring Henry Moore Institute. The Industrial and trading heritage of the city can still be seen in the historic architecture, a good example of which is the Grade 1 listed Corn Exchange, now a boutique shopping centre. Leeds is the shopping Mecca of Yorkshire and the Humber with an assortment of indoor and outdoor shopping areas. The Victoria Quarter with its antique, iron wrought arcades is well worth a visit and so too is the evocative Kirkgate Market, Europe’s largest covered market dating back to the early 1900s.
If you’re hankering after a bit of breathing space after your long drive, Roundhay Park offers landscaped gardens and flora and fauna of all descriptions, while the serene 12th century Kirkstall Abbey is the perfect place for a picnic among the chapel ruins.
Sitting on the eastern side of the Pennines, 65% of the Leeds district is green belt and it will take you less than an hour’s drive to reach the Yorkshire Dales National Park with some of the most stunning scenery in Britain.
Leeds has been branded one of the UK’s most car dependent cities, with drivers spending an average of 80 hours stuck in congestion, statistics reveal a high number of road traffic accidents, and some urban areas exceed legal limits for traffic pollution. With these hard facts in mind, it’s worth considering that, once within the city centre everything is pretty walkable, with plenty of parking options and a pedestrianised city centre.
Motorways provide good access to the city. The M1 and M62 (leading into central Leeds on the radial M621) intersect to the south of the city and the A1(M) passes to the east. However, the one-way loop road that encircles the city can be confusing. Plan your route carefully, and if you do miss your destination, you can drive the full loop again in less than half an hour.
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