Explore Leeds city centre stopping off along the way to sample the finest local and independent breweries offerings.
Take your time and explore the vibrant Victorian and Edwardian city centre of Leeds on a craft beer trail. With local micro-breweries and international producers offering real ale on tap and craft beer ‘to go’ there are plenty of opportunities to slake your thirst. Try your favourite tipple or try out some new brews. Make sure you grab a plate of something tasty representing the best of the food scene in Leeds too. Previous offerings have included pulled pork sandwiches, tapas, stews and street food nibbles. Live music provides the sound track to keep you on your toes.
If you’re a bit of a foodie, then make sure you stop off at Kirkgate Market. One of the largest covered markets in Europe and home to over 800 traders, it houses everything you could imagine from store cupboard faves to exotic and specialist foodstuffs.
Into fashion? Then make sure you pay a visit to the Corn Exchange with its spectacular glass dome and independent retailers, Trinity Leeds with over 120 shops, restaurants and cafes or the Grade ll listed Victoria Quarter to find the very best of English designers including Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith and Mulberry.
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