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Manchester is a great city to visit if you are interested in a little bit of everything. You can find hotels across any budget, and coming across hotel deals manchester city centre is super simple, thanks to search engines, hotel websites, and online booking.

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The "Capital of the North" has English Heritage, museums, shopping, bowling, and so many other fun and interesting activities to do and sights to see. Arts, media, higher education, sports - you name it, and Manchester has it.


The city is also an important commerce centre, and businessmen from all over frequently visit it. After all, Manchester was the first known industrialized city in the world, and its central role during the Industrial Revolution has left a permanent mark on the city that lasts to this day. While there are no longer the large amounts of cotton mills producing cloth to the rest of the planet, the network of canals that helped the development of the city during the 19th century is one of the main arguments to give Manchester a place on UNESCO's World Heritage Site list.


History lovers should definitely visit the "Arley Hall and Gardens", a beautiful mansion that belongs to the Arley family for the past six centuries. There are 12 acres of gardens full of natural beauty. The city centre also has several museums such as the Museum of Science and Industry. It is a great opportunity to see historic steam machinery that still works, including a complete atmospheric Victorian sewer which smells and sounds as when it was new. You can also stand on the train platform of the oldest surviving passenger railway in the world. Both places make for fun and educational family activities.


The Premier League football matches involving either Manchester City or Manchester United attract many tourists as well, especially those who are interested in seeing their favorite idols in the flesh. Sports fans have also had the opportunity of seeing many high-level athletes in the Commonwealth Games, recently hosted by the city. And in between matches, they can go out shopping in "The Manchester Arndale", UK's largest city centre shopping mall. The "Trafford Cenre" has 3 miles of walkways and 230 outlets, including department stores such as Debenham and Selfridges, and a 20-screen Odeon multiplex cinema. "The Triangle" and "The Printworks" are other entertainment and shopping destinations.


Attending the theatre, concerts, and musicals is also very convenient in Manchester. There are stunning venues that are easy to reach from several hotels. Throughout the year you can find different artists and plays performing in Manchester, so you can mix and match different activities whenever you choose to go there.


Manchester has an international airport which is the third busiest airport in the UK. It is served by a railway station, and you can reach the city centre either via Manchester Victoria station or Manchester Piccadilly station. The city has a great bus network which connects it to the surrounding towns and villages, as well as a high-frequency tram system (the Metrolink), with trams running every 6-12 minutes. Also keep in mind that Virgin Trains has high-speed trains from London.