Your group stay in Leeds
With its beautiful 19th century architecture, Leeds is a city where it is pleasant to walk. And whatever the weather, the city is home to the largest covered market in Europe. This is something to delight shopping enthusiasts in your group. If Leeds Airport only offers a few direct flights to European cities, you can choose to fly your group to London or Manchester and then travel to Leeds by train. You can also choose to travel to Leeds by road, but depending on where you come from, the journey can be long. The most convenient ferry crossing is probably the one that takes you to Hull, about 100 kilometres east of Leeds. Without having the offer of London or Birmingham, Leeds has a large hotel park with hotels of all prices and different styles. To accommodate your group stay, you will find hotels in Leeds for groups that meet your needs.
Leeds is a pretty city with Victorian architecture where your group will love to stroll. However, it is with the shopping enthusiasts in your group that Leeds will stand out from the other major cities in the North of England. Participants in your group trip will realize this by walking along the cobblestone of Briggate, Leeds' main street since the 18th century. At that time it hosted one of the largest fabric markets in the United Kingdom. It has kept this tradition since it is now lined with shops of all kinds. However, its specificity lies in its covered passages from the Victorian period, which are definitely worth a visit for their brick and wrought iron decoration. A way to bring fashion victims and architecture lovers together in your group! The oldest of these passages is Thornton's Arcade, built in 1878. Not far away, you can also drive your group to Kirkgate Market, the largest covered market in Europe, which alone represents a district of Leeds. You can of course buy fruits and vegetables or English specialities, but you can also eat there. A meal your group will undoubtedly remember.