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Whether you’re venturing out to discover new places, or you’re commuting around the area you have lived in for your whole life, often, travelling by bus can introduce you to some of the hidden gems dotted around that may have otherwise gone undiscovered. Select your route below and discover more about the hidden gems you can find along the way!

What’s more? The First Bus App makes travelling around Leeds easier than ever before. You can plan your journey, buy and store tickets on your phone, check when the next bus is coming and see how many seats are available.

With the First Summer Day mTicket, you can travel Friday (after 6.00pm) or all day Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays across West Yorkshire for just £4.00, or if there’s a group of you, up to 5 people can travel together on one First Summer Group mTicket for just £6.00 valid on Friday (after 9.30am), Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays!

 

Route 6 – Holt Park to Leeds City Centre

Starting at Holt Park, this is one of Leeds’ bus routes which connects the north of the city to the heart of the centre. The number 6 First Bus is ideal for exploring the lesser-known hidden gems tucked away in Headingley and Hyde Park, just a little off the beaten track.

Route 2 - Roundhay to Leeds City Centre

Here, we’re shining the spotlight on one of Leeds’ bus routes which takes you into the beating heart of Leeds City Centre. The number 2 First Bus route is ideal for exploring the lesser-known gems hidden in some of Leeds’ most popular residential areas to the north of the city.

Route 50 - Horsforth to Leeds City Centre

On this journey to the city centre, we begin in the place that everyone has grown to love, Horsforth. Connecting the neighbouring suburbs to the bustling city is what First Buses are for, and the number 50 is ideal for those of you wanting to explore the hidden gems in Horsforth, Kirkstall and Burley.

Route 52 – Morley to Leeds City Centre

Along this journey from the historical market town of Morley to the City Centre on the number 52, we begin in the place that once remained quiet and neglected, has surged into a beautiful thriving town filled with new independents and businesses from Morley Market to Morley Bottoms.

Route 4 - Pudsey to Seacroft

On this specific journey to the town of Seacroft, we begin in the place that everyone often forgets but always loves, Pudsey. Connecting the neighbouring suburbs to the bustling city is what First Buses are for, and route 4 is ideal for those of you wanting to explore and discover some hidden gems of your own.

Route 7 - Primley Park to Leeds

Here, we’re shining the spotlight on one of Leeds’ bus routes which connects the north of the city to the centre. The number 7 First Bus route is ideal for exploring the lesser-known outskirts of Leeds city centre, and here, we’ll be giving you a guided tour of some of our favourite hidden gems on the route.

Route 12 - Churwell to Roundhay

Here’s one of Leeds’ bus routes which connects the south of the city to the north. The number 12 First Bus route is ideal for exploring the lesser-known outskirts of Leeds city centre from Churwell and Middleton to Roundhay and Oakwood.

Route 33 - Otley to Leeds

The number 33/34 is one of Leeds’ bus routes which connects the town of Otley to the centre of the city. It’s ideal for exploring the suburbs such as Otley, Horsforth, Burley and of course, the city itself.

Route 42 - Old Farnley to Oakwood

Along this journey from the small village of Old Farnley to Oakwood, we begin in the place that was once a small agricultural village that dates back to the medieval times.

Route 49 - Bramley to Seacroft

This is one of Leeds’ bus routes which connects the west of the city to the east. The number 49 First Bus route is ideal for exploring the lesser-known outskirts of Leeds such as Bramley, Kirkstall, Burley and Seacroft.

Route 51 - Morley to Meanwood

On this specific journey to the suburb of Meanwood, we begin in the place that everyone has grown to love again, Morley. In this piece, we’ll be giving you a guided tour of some of our favourite stop-offs on route 51/52.