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There’s more to see than ever in Leeds. As the third largest city in the UK, it is fast becoming one of Britain’s most prosperous cities while it experiences booms in economic growth, social stature and culture.

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There’s more to see than ever in Leeds. As the third largest city in the UK, it is fast becoming one of Britain’s most prosperous cities while it experiences booms in economic growth, social stature and culture.

The compact city centre makes Leeds easy to explore. Shoppers unite at Briggate – the ‘heart’ of Leeds. Explore the alleyways around Briggate to stumble upon ‘hidden treasures’ and don’t forget to pay a visit to the Victoria Quarter for more premium brands.

A short distance from the city centre allows one to escape the bustling city and be one with serene nature. Choose one of the seven major parks to talk a slow walk around or visit the Knowford Lagoon in Otley where you can cast your line alongside fellow fishers.

Leeds boasts attractions for families, art lovers, history buffs and everything in between. Visit exotic creatures and transported to a rainforest at Tropical World, or take a stroll along the canal to Leeds Industrial Museum at Armely Mills which houses a small picture house. Good news for museum lovers – many of the attractions in Leeds are free. This includes the interesting Leeds Art Gallery, the Royal Armouries Museum and the Leeds City Museum – all world class attractions that will leave you with an enriching experience. For architecture lovers, plan a visit to Harewood, a mid-18th century home that not only holds worthwhile exhibitions, has beautiful grounds worth admiring.

Home to one of the best music festivals over the summer, the Leeds Festival draws reverenced artists from around the world to play at Bramham Park every year. Combined with the Yorkshire Festival and Light Night – Leeds is full of exciting events that keep visitors coming.

The annual Leeds Food and Drink Festival is a two week event across the city celebrating the vibrancy of Leeds’ independent food and drinks scene – showcasing the upcoming food scene of Leeds. Grab lunch and a coffee at Moments, a well-loved independent coffee bar just on the south edge of the city centre. Have top-notch gastro pub food at Town Hall Tavern – hailed as the best pub grub in Leeds and earning itself the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013. Dining on a budget? Thai at Mamsy’s or an eclectic blend of Mediterranean and British at Distrikt offer lunch meals under a tenner.

A trip to Leeds is not complete without a Night Out. Have a drink at the Midnight Bell located in Holbeck’s happening Urban Village and at North Bar which has the finest selection of craft beers and ale that North of England has to offer. Have a cocktail at Angelica where you get a majestic panoramic view of Leeds to accompany your cocktail. Finish off the night at one of Leed’s clubs; the nightlife is the best part with Gatecrasher and Mission playing dance music and Cockpit for indie and rock music lovers.