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Overview of Manchester

One of the most exciting British cities to visit outside of London, marvellous Manchester is a melting pot of culture and is fast making its mark as a top tourist destination. The ever-changing city has seen a lot of redevelopment over the last two decades, overcoming industrial decline to become one of the most cosmopolitan conurbations in Britain. Affectionately labelled the 'Capital of the North', Manchester is well served by an ultra-efficient public transport network and boasts a myriad of magnetisms. You're spoiled for ways to spend your time here, from performances at the dynamic Lowry arts complex to popular cultural attractions like the Museum of Science and Industry.

Attractions around Manchester

A sporting haven with not one, but two top flight football teams on its books, Manchester has plenty to offer even the most active person. This city is also home to the colossal Etihad Stadium that, when not hosting world-class sporting events, often sees the world-class musicians playing sell out shows. The architecturally stunning Salford Quays area has undergone somewhat of a reincarnation in recent years and is now the home to top attractions including the Imperial War Museum North, boasting a stunning 100ft viewing tower. The futuristic Lowry arts and entertainment hub brings a variety of performing arts facilities under one roof, including two spectacular theatres.

Travel to and from Manchester Airport

Located close to two major motorways, the M56 and the M6, this busy international hub boasts excellent transport links to both the city centre and surrounding towns. The station at Manchester Airport allows easy travel to more than 100 destinations across the UK.

IATA code: MAN

Name: Manchester Airport

Address: Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester, M90 1QX