Huddersfield has developed a reputation as one of the cultural hubs of the
Huddersfield constantly features in those Top Ten lists that attempt to popularise various parts of the country for a variety of different things but whatever list you read, the fact remains that
Getting around Huddersfield
Eating, drinking and shopping in Huddersfield
Elsewhere, Queensgate Market and Market Hall have over 350 stalls between them selling everything from food and jewelry to clothes and fabrics.
When it comes to food it is often said that
Restaurants and eateries are spread out throughout the town centre with a number of budget eateries close to the University and some very good options in nearby Marsden.
With a number of clubs in
There are over 200 listed buildings in the town that convey the cultural heritage of
Main residential areas
Huddersfield Town Centre, Lockwood, Marsh, Newsome and Lindley are especially popular with young professionals and a significant number of students. And when completed, the Waterfront will inevitably be the most desirable location on the town, with a collection of modern apartments, cafes and restaurants clustered together.
Outside of the town centre, the areas of Golcar, Linthwaite, Marsden, Scapegoat Hill and Slaithwaite are equally as desirable locations to rent or buy.