Leeds is situated on the bank of River Aire in the West Yorkshire, England. The Leeds city has got its name from its major settlement, Leeds, which is also the administrative seat. To the south and west, the borders of the district cover mostly urban and suburban areas, with some woodland. To the east and north, the district also includes urban and suburban areas with a little green space, as Temple Newsam Park, Roundhay Park, and Potternewton Park all lie in the east of the city.

City of Leeds is a lively city, rich in culture and heritage with lots of opportunities to explore. The city inhabits more than 750,000 people and over 100,000 people come to work in the city daily. With thousands more tourists and visitors come to the city to shop, eat out or enjoy the various tourist attractions it offers. It is regarded as Britain’s greenest city with more parkland in ratio to its population than any other and lying second in Europe only to Vienna. Its two major parks are at Temple Newsam which at 1000 acres is Europe’s largest urban park and Roundhay with its two lakes that cover 750 acres.

The Leeds city centre can be separated into five areas: the civic Quarter, the shopping quarter, the cultural quarter, the financial quarter, the skyscraper quarter and Leeds light. These quarters are purely based upon the features of the area which attracts tourists from all over world. Leeds is now among the top ten universities for research in the UK and is internationally acknowledged as a centre of excellence in a wide range of academic and professional disciplines.