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Taxi Manchester Airport to Leeds

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Please ensure you book the correct taxi for your Manchester Airport to Leeds journey. Vehicle capacity is indicated below:


Manchester Airport Passengers Passengers    Manchester Airport Suitcases Suitcases    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage Hand luggage

Saloon Car

Manchester Airport Saloon Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x2    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x2

Saloon Car Manchester Airport to Leeds: £68


Estate Car

Manchester Airport Estate Car                  Manchester Airport Passengers x4    Manchester Airport Suitcases x4    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x4

Estate Car Manchester Airport to Leeds: £78


People Carrier

Manchester Airport People Carrier                  Manchester Airport Passengers x5    Manchester Airport Suitcases x5    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x3

People Carrier Manchester Airport to Leeds: £102


8 Seater Minibus

Manchester Airport 8 Seater Minibus                  Manchester Airport Passengers x8    Manchester Airport Suitcases x8    Manchester Airport Hand Luggage x8

8 Seater Minibus Manchester Airport to Leeds: £102



IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ!

We advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
If your transfer is within the next 24 hours please call us on one of the following telephone numbers:


UK:

0161 820 6696

International:

+44 (0) 161 820 6696


Remember, this is a set fare, no taxi meters, no hidden charges, regardless of the route or time taken from Manchester Airport.

Leeds Area

Leeds Location - Distance

Leeds City Centre is located at a distance of 56.6 miles (91.0 KM) north east of Manchester Airport. This journey in a taxi in normal traffic conditions should take about 1 hour along the M60 and M62


Leeds Information

Leeds is a city and also metropolitan borough in West Yorkshire. As of 2001 Leeds' principal metropolitan subdivision has a population of 443,247, when in 2011 the City of Leeds had an forecasted population of 750,700 which makes it the 3rd biggest city in the UK.

Leeds is the cultural, economic and also industrial center of the West Yorkshire Urban Region which at the 2001 census had a population of 1.5 million, and the Leeds - Bradford Metropolitan Region, of which Leeds is the fundamental part, had a population of just about 2.3 million, which makes it the 4th largest metropolitan region in the United Kingdom. In addition, the Leeds City Area, an financial region with Leeds at its foundation, had a population of 2.9 million. Leeds is the United Kingdoms's biggest centre for commerce, law, and economic businesses outside Greater london, and its office market is deemed as the best in Europe for value for money. Leeds is deemed as a Gamma World City, along with cities such as Phoenix, St. Petersburg and Valencia under the 2010 GaWC study.

Over the years in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the historical past of Leeds can be tracked to the fifth century when the Kingdom of Elmet was covered by the forest of "Loidis", the origins of the name Leeds. The name Leeds has been applied to many administrative places over the years. Leeds switched from being the denomination of a little manorial town, in the thirteenth century, through many incarnations, to being the name connected to the current metropolitan borough. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Leeds became a significant centre for the manufacturing and marketing of wool. Then, during the Industrial Revolution, Leeds evolved into a significant commercial centre; wool was the major industry but flax, engineering, iron foundries, publishing, and other businesses were noteworthy. From being a stream-lined market town in the valley of the River Aire in the sixteenth century Leeds enlarged and soaked up the bordering villages to become a populated metropolitancentre by the mid twentieth century.

Leeds Transport

Leeds is the beginning juncture of the A62, A63, A64, A65 and A660 highway, and additionally is also located on the A58 and A61. The M1 and also M62 intersect to south of Leeds and the A1(M) goes to the eastern side of Leeds. Leeds is one of the most important hubs of the northerly motorway system. Also, there is an urban motorway system; the orbital M621 takes vehicular traffic right into center of Leeds from the M62 and M1. There is an Internal Ring Road with partial motorway level and an Outer Ring Road. Section of the city centre is pedestrianised, and is encircled by the clockwise only Loop Road.

Public transportation in the Leeds region is coordinated and expanded by West Yorkshire Metro, with service information offered by Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Metro. The main means of public transport in Leeds are the bus services. The primary company is First Leeds and Arriva Yorkshire serves routes to the southern area of the city. Leeds City bus station is at Dyer Street and is utilized by bus services to towns and cities in Yorkshire, plus a small quantity of local services. Adjoining to it is the coach station for National Express coach services. Buses out of the city are mainly offered by FirstBus and Arriva Yorkshire. Harrogate & District offers a service to Harrogate and Ripon. Keighley & District offers a service to Shipley, Bingley and Keighley. The Yorkshire Coastliner service runs from Leeds to Bridlington, Filey, Scarborough and Whitby via York and Malton. Stagecoach provides a service to Hull by way of Goole.

From Leeds train station at New Station Street, MetroTrains controlled by Northern Rail run to Leeds' suburban areas and onwards to all parts of Leeds City Area. The train station is one of the busiest in the united kingdom outside London, with more than 900 trains and 50,000 travelers transferring through every day. It offers national and international connections as well as services to surrounding and regional places. The station alone has seventeen platforms, which makes it the biggest in Great britain outside Greater london.

Leeds Bradford International Airport is situated in Yeadon, nearly 10 miles (16 km) to the northwest of the city centre, and has simultaneously charter and scheduled flights to destinations inside Europe plus Egypt, Tunisia, Pakistan, Turkey and the USA. There are connections to the remainder of the world by way of London Heathrow Airport, Brussels Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Humberside Airport terminal is 70 miles east of Leeds. Leeds has connections by road, rail and coach to Hull, just an 60 minutes away, from where it is conceivable to travel to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge by ferry services run by P&O Ferries.

Leeds Night Life

Leeds has got one of the biggest student populations in the nation (around 200,000), and Leeds is subsequently one of the United Kingdoms's hotspots for night-life. Leeds has a tremendous quantity of watering holes, bars, clubs and eateries and a variety of locations for live music. The complete range of music preferences is catered for in Leeds. It includes the primary home of the club night's Back 2 Basics and Speedqueen. Morley was the venue of techno club The Orbit. Leeds has quantity of big 'super-clubs' and there is a mixture of independent clubs such as Club Mission and Mint Club, which is always ranked as one of the world's ultimate clubs by DJ Magazine.

Leeds has a well recognized gay nightlife scene. The Bridge Inn Leeds and The New Penny, each on Call Lane, have long been gay night spots.

Leeds Millennium Square and the Civic or Northern Quarter, is a continuously growing entertainment district catering for both students and weekend guests. The square in Leeds has numerous bars and eateries and a gigantic outdoor screen installed on the side of the Civic Theatre. Leeds Millennium Square is a setting for big seasonal activities such as a Christmas market, performances and concerts, citywide parties and the Rhythms of the City Festival. It is next to to the Mandela Gardens, which were launched by Nelson Mandela in 2001. A quantity of public art features, fountains, a canal and greenery can be found here as an retreat among the Leeds city centre entertainment.

Leeds has a notable history of real ale, but many bars near the train station are fusing typical beers with a modern-day bar. Well liked bars such as this consist of The Hop, The Cross Keys and The Brewery Tap.

Leeds Hotels

The Queen's Hotel Leeds

Address: City Square, Leeds, LS1 1PJ
Telephone: 0113 243 1323
Website: www.qhotels.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.6 miles (91.0 KM)


Leeds Marriott Hotel

Address: 4 Trevelyan Square, Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 6ET
Telephone: 0113 236 6366
Website: www.marriott.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.8 miles (91.4 KM)


Radisson Blu Hotel Leeds

Address: No 1, The Light, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 8TL
Telephone: 0113 236 6000
Website: www.radissonblu.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 57.2 miles (92.0 KM)


Park Plaza Leeds

Address: Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds, LS1 5NS
Telephone: 0113 380 4000
Website: www.parkplaza.com
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.9 miles (91.5 KM)


ibis Hotel Leeds

Address: 23 Marlborough St, Leeds, LS1 4PB
Telephone: 0113 220 4100
Website: www.ibishotel.com
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.4 miles (90.7 KM)


Travelodge Leeds Central

Address: Blayds Court, Blayds Yard, Leeds, LS1 4AD
Telephone: 0871 984 6155
Website: www.travelodge.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.6 miles (91.0 KM)


Quebecs Hotel Leeds

Address: 9 Quebec St, Leeds, LS1 2HA
Telephone: 0113 244 8989
Website: www.quebecshotel.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.7 miles (91.2 KM)


Jurys Inn Hotel Leeds

Address: Kendell St, Brewery Wharf, Leeds, LS10 1NE
Telephone: 0113 283 8800
Website: www.jurysinns.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.7 miles (91.2 KM)


Hilton Leeds City

Address: Neville St, Leeds, LS1 4BX
Telephone: 0113 244 2000
Website: www.placeshilton.com
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.4 miles (90.7 KM)


Cosmopolitan Hotel Leeds

Address: 2 Briggate, Leeds, LS1 4AE
Telephone: 0113 243 6454
Website: www.peelhotels.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.6 miles (91.0 KM)


Discovery Inn Leeds

Address: Bishopgate Street, Leeds, LS1 5DY
Telephone: 0113 242 2555
Website: www.discoveryinnleeds.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.3 miles (90.6 KM)


Holiday Inn Express Leeds City Centre

Address: Cavendish Street, Leeds, LS3 1LY
Telephone: 0113 242 6200
Website: www.expressleeds.co.uk
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.6 miles (91.0 KM)


Holiday Inn Express Leeds Armouries

Address: Clarence Dock, Leeds, LS10 1LE
Telephone: 0113 380 4400
Website: www.ihg.com
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.8 miles (91.4 KM)


Crowne Plaza Hotel Leeds

Address: Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 4DL
Telephone: 0871 942 9170
Website: www.ihg.com
Distance From Manchester Airport: 56.6 miles (91.0 KM)













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