Leeds City Tripping

Head-over to vibrant Leeds City and see what makes this a gem for minibreak. Think about your checklist for an ideal break, good food and drink right! Plenty of attractions and adventures to keep the whole family entertained. Diverse culture, museums and galleries. All within walking reach of the centre and hotels.


The most advisable way to get to Leeds would be to get driven in, from a reputable provider who may have various different vehicles to suit your needs and packages. Travl XL is your local reputable transport provider, offering cars both standard and executive and minibuses.

Drink and Dine

Get a bite to eat from the outdoor dining options – such as the Chow Down street food market open Thursday to Sunday plus Bank Holidays, they run until October at Temple Arches just minutes away from the station. Maybe climb the heights and enjoy the rooftop bars with views of Leeds Victorian skyline. How about enjoy the sunsets at Headrow House or Belgrave Music Hall whilst sipping the drink if your choice.
The blue sky in Leeds are of the highest calibre, the best example of this is the Millenium Square Summer Series. The city comes together in the evenings to enjoy live music covering the diverse genres. It’s wrapped up like a festival full of bars, food – both restaurants and finger food trucks.

Make it a Weekend

Leeds is for the tourists not just for the locals, Leeds has the best line up of hotels after London, take advantage of this over the spell of a weekend. 12 top hotels have come together to release a scheme #BeOurGuest where they offer a 3rd night for free when you book two days from Sunday to Thursday. Think, you will be able to do so many things in that extra day. More exploring and time to discover Leeds as a city to rival the top cities in the UK.


Do you like indoors, explore our Museums, galleries and attractions which we boast in high numbers. Leeds has one of the best Art Collections, if you’re a Arty don’t forget to check this out! Whilst your in this area then visit the Tiled Hall for a cup of Darjeeling and cake – not your average local or chain I must say.

Leeds has an active history both social and industrial, including pieces from Egypt or from the royal Armouries. When getting around don’t forget to try the river taxis.

Get a flat white from North Star, the local roastery. Don’t miss this one as it’s highly rated, only and a 15 minute walk from River Aire.

Stay Safe

I know it’s 2023 but it is highly advisable to tell you to stay safe, no matter where you travel. Leeds has always approached all safety aspects very well but your self as a travel should engage and make your arrangements to ensure you remain safe from all aspects whether it’s Covid or crime.