Leeds Map

Leeds map, view the Yorkshire city of Leeds, located to the east of Bradford and the south-west of York.

Detailed Street Map of Leeds Yorkshire & Guide to the City

Leeds Map Yorkshire: Interactive map of Leeds, showing the city situated west of Bradford in the county of Yorkshire in northern England, United Kingdom.

Use controls to view a detailed street map of Leeds, and a Leeds city centre map. Also on this Leeds map are Morley, Pudsey, Kirkstall, Cookridge, Batley, Birstall, Oulton, Roundhay, Seacroft, Rothwell, Holbeck and many other nearby places.

A large city with a population of around 760,000, Leeds is also an ancient place, with a history stretching back to the 5th century, when it acquired its name from the Celtic "Loidis" and was part of the Kingdom of Elmet.

Leeds grew rapidly in size and wealth during the Industrial Revolution, when it was renowned for its wool related trades.

While in Leeds visit the Leeds City Museum, the Leeds Art Gallery, the Royal Armouries Museum in Armouries Drive, the Thackray Museum, and Harewood House in Harewood.

Leeds is famous for its Leeds United Football Club, whose ground is in Elland Road, the club was founded in 1919 and replaced the former Leeds City Football Club. Leeds United first entered the football league in 1920.

Leeds can be accessed via the M1 (M621), the A61 and A64, it is 27 miles from York, 40 miles from Sheffield, 72 miles from Liverpool, and 196 miles driving distance from London.

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