|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£173|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£164|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£194|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£175|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£161|
Majestic 19th-century buildings stand staunchly in the breeze whipping off the Yorkshire Moors, laughing students lounge in the sun throughout the city's parks, as a significant chunk of the UK's commerce is housed within its glass-panelled skyscrapers. Leeds holidays present a mixture of thriving economy, rich history and diverse culture that is bound to satisfy—if not surprise—holiday-makers of all types.
Leeds holidays offer a challenge for all those who assume northern England can produce nothing but dreary drizzly days, as its unique position east of the Pennines actually makes it one of the driest cities in the entire UK; in winter daily temperatures rarely approach zero. Being a major transport centre in the very centre of Britain, Leeds holidays can be reached by road, train or bus from almost anywhere in the UK, and the Leeds City Station (in the centre of the city, just off City Square) throws you straight into the heart of Leeds' cultural life.
Whether drizzling, scorching or somewhere in between, Leeds holidays offer a huge range of attractions for holidaymakers to explore. Start with the unrivalled range and history of Kirkgate Market, many of the cities greatest historical, cultural and architectural treats—including Millenium Square, the Henry Moore Institute and the Corn Exchange—are within incredibly easy walking distance of here, as well as many shops and eateries.
However, Leeds is also home to some of the largest student, migrant and artistic populations in the UK. One great way to experience local life is in one of the hundreds of live music venues, at one of many live theatre stages, the world-famous West Indian Leeds Carnival or one of several world-class rock and pop music festivals in the area.