Leeds, the commercial and cultural capital of the North, has undergone a transformation in recent years. The blackened buildings of the past have been restored to their original Victorian splendour, including the Leeds Town Hall, opened in 1858 by Queen Victoria, and home of the triennial Leeds international piano competition and the annual international concert season. Other cultural events include the Grand Theatre, home to Opera North, the Civic Theatre, the famous City Varieties Theatre, and in complete contrast, the new and innovative West Yorkshire Playhouse. But where would you find Reflexologists in Leeds? Look to theFitMap.co.uk - with a quick easy search you will soon have a comprehensive list of Reflexologists in Leeds.
One of Leeds' most interesting places to visit is the Royal Armories Museum, purpose built to house the Royal Armouries' national collection of arms and armour. For art lovers, the Leeds City Art Gallery displays one of the best collections outside London, while the Henry Moore Institute shows temporary exhibitions of sculpture. So why delay? Start your trip today at the one health site that caters for all tastes.