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Third Largest City in the UK
Leeds has a population of over 750,000 making it the 3rd largest city in the UK. It is located in the North of England and has a large university presence. It is well known to visitors from all around the UK and is served by excellent rail links from London and Manchester making it a perfect spot for a long weekend “away”.
In recent years the town has become a mecca for growing businesses and it is by far the largest commercial district in the North competing with Manchester and London.
It has a long history dating back to the 5th century and combines fine architecture with modern buildings alike. The county of Yorkshire is blessed with glorious countryside and Leeds is one of the few large towns in the UK which has beautiful views of the countryside from almost every street in the City.
Skyscrapers and Traditional Mills
Leeds has a wide variety of landmarks both natural and purpose built. The open spaces of parkland include Leeds City Square and Victoria Gardens.
If you prefer to enjoy the buildings then you won’t do much better than the Town Hall or the Corn Exchange Market. To see some of the old working mills that are still immaculately maintained, head to Temple Works or Armley Mills for the best examples or if you prefer theological buildings you should visit the Kirkstall Abbey and Leeds Minster.
For skyscrapers look out for one of the towns tallest building at over 350ft, The Bridgewater Place; also known as The Dalek due to its similarity to the out-of-space relics from the infamous Doctor Who television series. The other large skyscraper in the City is the Sky Plaza in the North of the city centre which is slightly higher than The Dalek.
Party with the Student Population
Like many of the top five cities in the UK, Leeds has a huge student population and is a hotspot for nightlife ranging from traditional pubs and bars to venues for live music. The Orbit and The Mint Club (both located in the city centre) have regularly been voted the top 10 best clubs in the UK.
For a more varied selection of venues head to the Millenium Square or the Northern Quarter both of which provide lively indoor and outdoor entertainment. The square has a large outdoor screen and also hosts seasonal events such as the famous Christmas Market which runs for the four weeks of Advent and is based on the German Christmas Market theme.
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