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Everything you need to know about Manchester

Quick facts

  • Rough Location: Manchester, North-west England
  • Language: English
  • Population: 2.5 million
  • Nearest Airport: Manchester Airport
  • Nearest Train/Bus Station: Manchester Piccadilly & Manchester Victoria
  • When to visit: All year round
  • Best for: City Break, Music, Nightlife, Museums, Sport, Shopping

Top Attractions

Old Trafford

Home to Manchester United, one of England’s largest football teams – despite their recent decline. The stadium often hosts sell-out, albeit quiet crowds.

Museum of Science and Industry

Dedicated to telling the story of Manchester’s achievements in science, technology and industry.

Beetham Tower

The skyscraper is Manchester’s tallest building and is one of the tallest residential buildings in Europe.

The Printworks

The city centre entertainment venue offering day time and evening entertainment with bars, restaurants and a cinema.

Main Districts

Northern Quarter

Manchester’s trendier area, with bohemian bars, cheaper pints and a big arts scene.


Manchester’s business district, with more up market bars and restaurants.


Manchester’s up and coming entertainment district.

Best Places To Go Out

Manchester is so diverse it is hard to name all the popular restuarants, bars and clubs. Chinatown and the Curry Mile are certainly two areas that foodies should visit. A few of the most popular bars are listed below:

The Oasthouse

A traditional pub with a unique twist, hosting live music every night and outdoor events in the Summer

Albert Schloss

A barvarian-style bar and one of the city’s busiest.

Dog Bowl

The late night bowling venue brings an American diner vibe

The liars club

A tropical hideaway with an extensive cocktail menu


A Selection of Trips and Tours that include Manchester

UK Rail Holiday: 3 Weeks