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Leicester is home to some of the UK's most interesting and unusual museums.



Browse our restaurant guide and choose from hundreds of restaurants serving all cuisines across the city.



Browse our pub guide listing hundreds of pubs throughout Leicester. Read and write reviews of your favourite pubs and bars.


National Space Centre

All about the National Space Centre, one of Leicester's top visitor attractions.


Leicester business

Thousands of Leicester businesses organised by industry and subject category.

To find a business from an alphabetical list, use the A-Z Business Finder.


Nothing like they used to be.

Review of Wilkinson, 233 Narborough Road

By SK on 3rd December 2014

Terrible store, within the last year or so at least 20 times I have been in there and been told they only sell what I needed in the larger stores! and these are... Read more »

Attention to detail and finishing touches great

Review of G Johnson, Pleasant Cottage, Main Street, Bruntingthorpe

By Satisfied on 1st December 2014

Mr Johnson s attention to the finishing touches is exemplary Ver tidy Clears up every evening Would recommend highly... Read more »

Lovely grub!

Review of The Quorndon Fox, 46 High Street, Quorn

By Ms v m plumridge on 1st December 2014

I wrote a somewhat scathing review of my previous two meals with you. well earned. but yesterday I had a lovely meal, fish and chips. delightful. but although the food may prove unreliable... Read more »

Slow service and expensive

Review of Serene Beauty Clinic, 269 St. Saviours Road

By Daxa on 29th November 2014

Criticism is Nafisa is quite slow with threading. Prices are expensive too. But she does a good job.... Read more »

No comitment

Review of The Gas Superstore, 68-70 Hinckley Road

By James on 28th November 2014

Saw an appliances at cheaper price than The gas superstore.Called them and asked for a price match as they advertise in the website.The manager (John) told me they can not match because the... Read more »


Leicester's Clock Tower

Perched astride the river Soar, Leicester is home to nearly 300,000 residents, making it one of the UK's larger cities.

Surrounded by rolling countryside, the city also lies adjacent to the English National Forest - a perfect spot for walkers.

The city itself is renowned as one of the country's most culturally diverse conurbations, with large communities from India, Pakistan and the Caribbean especially prominent. Due to this fact Leicester can offer an immensely varied range of cuisine and shopping from around the world for visitors to enjoy.

Leicester Scenes

Leicester town centre is dominated by impressive Victorian architecture, although much new development has sprung up in recent years and more projects are planned, including a state-of-the-art performing arts centre. Shoppers are also well provided for in the city, with several large retail areas and outdoor markets.

Read more about Leicester in the About Leicester section.

Popular local attractions include: Abbey Park, the Golden Mile, Museums, National Space Centre


Leicester's Clock Tower

The surrounding Leicestershire countryside is very beautiful. The National Forest stretches from the outskirts of Leicester to Burton-on-Trent, encompassing 200 square miles in all. The National Forest's visitor centre, Conkers, is about 15 miles North West of Leicester by the village of Moira.

Charnwood Forest is a picturesque, rocky upland tract in north-western Leicestershire with extensive woodland, noted for its beautiful displays of bluebells in the Springtime.

There are several large cities just a short drive away from Leicester - Coventry, Birmingham, Derby, Nottingham and Peterborough - and many towns. Coventry, to the South East, is the nearest city, while Britain's second most populous city Birmingham is under an hour's drive and has a great many attractions.


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