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Things to do in Manchester
Manchester is famous for many things – being one of UK’s innovative cities, as the home of Manchester United, and giving the world popular soaps like Doctor Who and Coronation Street. But it’s also a top tourist destination because it has a lot of exciting things to offer you for an unforgettable trip.
Like all visitors, you’ll love the city’s historic architecture, culture, sports clubs, and the transport systems that will help you wander Manchester easily. Start your trip at the heart of Manchester and ride the bus to Albert Square. Many of the city’s landmarks and iconic buildings are also within walking distance from here, like the Manchester Town Hall, Albert Memorial, and St. Andrew’s Chambers. You won’t need filters to make your photos here stand out.
Visit the museums for your fill of the city’s culture. Go to the Manchester Museum to see different collections of nature’s wonders, and then observe art at Manchester Art Gallery and the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art. For a more interactive experience, you’ll have a lot of fun at the Museum of Science and Industry. If you’re a football fanatic, time will just fly at the National Football Museum and the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour.
Since most museums in Manchester are free (which is just brilliant), spend your Pounds on shopping. Looking for mainstream shops? Hail a cab to Exchange Square, Millennium Quarter, and Arndale Centre. Go sightseeing as you shop at the beautiful buildings of Corn Exchange and Primark, where you’ll also bag bargains. For your quirky and vintage tastes, head to Northern Quarter. But if you want unique and modern items, Trafford Centre is your best bet.
Continue shopping at Market Street, where you’ll also find great outdoor cafes, then walk along Curry Mile for Indian food, sari, and jewellery. There are plenty of other things you can do in Manchester, or you can even try things you didn’t know you could do in Manchester. We just know you’ll have a smashing good time.
What you should know
The best time to visit Manchester is June to August for warm weather and heaps of events in the city. If you want fewer crowds, visit during September to December and March to May. But for good deals on hotels, pack your brolly and visit from January to February.
Singaporeans don’t need a visa to enter the UK, so really it’s always a great time to fly to Manchester.
Travelling to and around Manchester
You’ll be landing at Manchester Airport, and from there you can reach the city by taxi, train, or bus. Then you can easily start wandering Manchester by taxi, bus, tram, or train.
So let’s kick off your fantastic holiday and book your Manchester flights with us today!
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