Here is a list of things you can see and experience when you visit Manchester, the undiscovered jewel of North West England.
About Manchester: Manchester has enjoyed an upsurge in popularity for tourists after it hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2002, but still not as many visitors as there should be. Manchester is one of the most vibrant, exciting cities in Europe and offers everything you could ever want for a holiday (and more!). Manchester is NOT Manchester United. Manchester is also home to Manchester City FC, Manchester City Council (an organisation which has no sense of humour), Manchester University, Manchester Metropolitan University…
Monuments: Manchester’s history is on display in its many monuments. Manchester’s trademark is the daft architecture that dominates the Southern skyline, from Beetham Tower to Manchester Civil Justice Centre . Manchester Town Hall is a Grade 1 Listed Building and one of the most significant pieces of architecture in Manchester.
The Northern Quarter: The Northern Quarter – or ‘Norther Quarter’ if you’re Manchester born and Manchester bred – is Manchester’s trendy, student-dominated warehouse district.
Manchester buildings: Manchester has some wonderful architecture, from the Art Deco period to brutalism , Manchester has it all. Manchester Town Hall is a Grade 1 Listed building reflecting Manchester’s status as an important industrial city. Manchester Town Hall was Manchester’s first purpose-built civic building, completed in 1877. Manchester’s buildings reflect Manchester’s history as an industrial powerhouse and Manchester’s vibrant, diverse culture.
Manchester Exchange Square: Manchester Exchange Square is the beating heart of Manchester. It houses great shopping ( such as Argos , NEXT and Zara ), bars and restaurants, Manchester’s best nightlife and Manchester’s finest street performers. Manchester Exchange Square is a public space in Manchester city centre, England. The square has been the site of several markets over the centuries..
If you’re thinking of visiting Manchester or if you already live here then please visit Manchester for all your shopping needs.