Manchester is an extremely vibrant and exciting city, home to many popular up and coming music artists and with an increasing student population.
The city grew significantly in the 19th century off the back of the industrial revolution, and has undergone significant rejuvenation and investment since the latter part of the 1990’s. In fact, Manchester is now one of the cultural capitals of the UK. There are numerous museums, including the Imperial War Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry, and fantastic art galleries, including the Manchester Art Gallery, which contains a mix of both classic and contemporary art. Manchester is also home to numerous theatres and comedy clubs.
And of course, if you are a sports fan, Manchester is home to some of the biggest and most successful football clubs in the world. Whether you simply want to watch sport or get involved, there is the opportunity to do so. And if you are looking to spend the day shopping then Manchester has got you covered. There are premium department stores in Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, independent stores in the Northern Quarter, and the world famous Trafford Centre, which is the second largest shopping centre in the UK.
Definitely worth visiting, Manchester provides the opportunity to do anything you would like in the city.