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The Airport is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is signposted on all major roads, including the M1 and M62 motorways and the Yorkshire section of the A1. There is plenty of on-site parking available, disabled car parking is only available in the short stay car park 1.

Taxi's are readily available outside the terminal building, there are regular bus services from Leeds, Harrogate and Bradford City centres, and connections from Leeds City train station. Lifts are available throughout the terminal building serving all floors. There are disabled toilets on every floor. there are a number of retail outlets where you can pick up those last minute buys for your flight, including magazines, books and snacks. As well as retail outlets, there are also restaurant and catering facilities within the Terminal. There is a children's play area on the first floor of the departure lounge.

About Leeds

Leeds makes a good central base for visiting the sites and attractions of the North of England. Leeds is on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, with walking, climbing and caving on its doorstep, and is well placed for quickly reaching the North Yorkshire Moors, the Lakes, Derbyshire and the wild Pennine moors of Bronte country.

There are many fine golf courses in the Leeds area and it only takes two hours to get to London kings cross station by train. Elland Road is the home of Leeds United Football Club and both Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Rugby League Club, the city has an international sized swimming pool which is close to the university.

Must See in Leeds

Leeds and Liverpool canal. Go boating, walking, fishing, canoeing and cycling, the canal passes through some of the most interesting, varied and beautiful scenery in the country.

Tropical world. You can enjoy a stroll in the 700-acre Roundhay Park, complete with lakeside walks, display gardens and sports facilities.

Armley Mills, once the world's largest woollen mill and is now an award-winning industrial museum.

Middleton Railway, can claim to be the oldest Railway in the world.

Thackery Museum. The Museum was the inspiration of Paul Thackray, grandson of Charles F Thackray, founder of the medical company bearing his name in Leeds in 1902.

Leeds City Art Gallery. Free admission.

The Royal Armouries view the nation's collection of historic arms and armour.

Emmerdale Production Centre. Join in on a guided tour of the studio, you may even see some of the cast.

Events in Leeds

Leeds Castle offers a year-round programme of both daytime and evening events.

May - Opera in the park.

May - Leeds half marathon.

November - January. Leeds lights, festive illuminations since 1983. Biggest seasonal light show in the country, spanning over nine miles in total through the city.

November - Leeds International Piano Competition is held every three years.

Spectacular fireworks and bonfires in six parks across Leeds brighten the city skyline, every November.