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Exploring Manchester

Formerly a leading city during the Industrial Revolution, Manchester is now a centre for arts, culture, and higher education. Footballers know it as home to Manchester United, and fans will tell you that the Old Trafford stadium - the largest football club ground in the UK - is a must-see. Other things to do in Manchester include a ride on the Manchester Wheel, which provides bird's-eye views of the city, a meal in Chinatown, or drinking in the Village - home to one of Europe's oldest gay communities - which harbours some of Manchester's most popular bars and nightclubs.

Accommodations in Manchester

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Manchester is the Dakota Manchester, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Ash Farm Country Guest House in Manchester as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Manchester

- Northern Quarter

The redbrick Piccadilly area pinpoints the middle of Manchester city centre. Just across the canal the aisles of the Arndale Centre shopping centre stock high street brands while vintage boutiques can be found in bohemian High Street and Tib Street in the Northern Quarter. South of Piccadilly, dragons and phoenixes guard the elaborate oriental archway to Chinatown, where eastern kitchens have taken over the Industrial Revolution’s old cotton mills.

- Salford Quays

West of the city centre, the Salford Quays development now fills expanses left by once-prosperous warehouses along the Manchester Ship Canal. Contemporary architecture reigns over the waterfront – the silvery fronts of the Imperial War Museum North and The Lowry arts centre reflect each other over the footbridge. Families flock to the Lowry Mall for factory outlet bargains and films at the Manchester Lowry multiplex cinema.

Transportation in Manchester

The city centre is compact enough to walk around between the main attractions. You can also hop on and off the free city shuttle buses that drive around connecting the 4 main railway stations and bus terminals.

Manchester travel guides

Manchester Travel Guides

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