Travel guide - Manchester
Famous for its two major football clubs, Manchester, in the North-West of England, is well known among fans of the beautiful game. Although Manchester United and Manchester City are the pride of Mancunians, the city has more than one string to its bow when it comes to attractions.
Among the major sights of the city, Manchester's architectural heritage is a highlight, notably at the
Any visit to Manchester should include a detour to the
Manchester is a city which certainly knows how to party. You will find a wealth of events and occasions to have fun with friends in Manchester, such as the
If you are visiting Manchester in winter there are plenty of festivities to warm you up: the flames and fireworks of
Although a sport-mad city, Manchester is also a city of culture, as evidenced by the
To complete your stay in Manchester, discover some of the many exhibitions as well as classical music concerts which are held on a regular basis, ensuring a lively and interesting cultural programme.
Or if pop or rock music is more your style, head to the Manchester Evening News Arena, the main concert venue in Manchester. It must be said that when it comes to music, Manchester (the birthplace of Oasis) knows its stuff!
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