Although Manchester is rich in its culture for 2 major football clubs but besides these, the city of Manchester is actually quite a bustling city with loads of shopping going on.
With a little research, you should rent a car and drive out of Manchester to the villages and you will find surprisingly nice places rich in culture and scenary. We had our wedding photos taken there and we absolutely love it. Remember to try this restaurant in Manchester called Rosso co-owned by Rio Ferdinand. The hot stoned wagyu beef is the best we've eaten in our lives.
Jika anda seorang kaki bola Manchester adalah tempat yang anda mesti pergi di sini beberapa stadium boleh dikunjungi dan dekat dengan Liverpool 30 -45 minit dengan bas ke sana.
Shopping Mall terbesar dan tercantik boleh di dapati di Manchester.
The city of Manchester have loads of shopping with some of the best restaurants in the world. Rosso is one of them in the city co-owned by Rio Ferdinand of Manchester United.
We only stayed 1 night but found Manchester a vibrant city. There are some lovely buildings when you look hard enough and some nice developing areas along the river.
We had a good meal at Bem Brasilia, Swan Rd/St....great for meat lovers!
if you want to buy the scarfs or soveniors of MUFC, you'd better bargin and visit some more shops before purchase, there's lots of choices and prices are varied
NICE AND FRIENDLY . TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE IN PORTLAND ST EXCELLENT AND VERY INFORMATIVE CENTER OF CITY VERY DIRTY LOTS OF LITTER AND BINS OVERFLOWING .
NO EVIDENCE OF STREETS BEING WASHED IN THE MORNINGD. RUBBISH +++ IN AND AROUND CHINA TOWN AREA. CHRISTMAS MARKET AREAS VERY CLEAN CONSIDERING THE FOOT FALL.GREAT SPORTING FACILITIES
I had such an amazing experience,I live in Ireland and went to manchester for 4 days , and it was unbelieveable, i would defintly go back and visit again
Dining and restaurants in Manchester are the best in the UK, reasonable price and tasty. all sort of food around the world can be found in Manchester
Manchester is a busy place to visit during the day. It has very good road and rail systems. The location of Piccadily Train station is an advantage.
Connecting buses out of Manchester by Mega buses, National Express and other fleet of bus companies make journey in and out of the city very simple. I simply visited so many places I could not remember all names now thanks.
City centre of Manchester is pretty small, walkable in half an hour. It has a good homey feel, good shopping and few good cultural places to see.
Worth visiting free entry John Rayland's Library, very gothic looking building, also free entry Manchester art gallery with few fine paintings. For the shopaholics there is a Arndale centre full of the usual shops and further from the centre of Manchester there is a Trafford Shopping Centre which is definitely worth of a visit. Transport is good, lots of busses around the city and a tram system. Tickets for buses are available from the driver and for trams from the machines which are easy to use.
Very friendly city, with a great bus ride around. The food was really nice in Manchester city center! Hope to get a chance to watch soccer game!
Great place, you can visit both Man Utd and Man City football club. Also you can go to the nearby cities , Liverpool & Leeds for sight-seeing
Manchester is a beautiful city with ever so friendly locals! A great choice of restaurants and shopping and fabulous sights to see!
YOU SHOULD VISIT FOOTBALL CLUBS (MANCHESTER UNITED/CITY) DURING SATYING IN MANCHESTER. ALSO YOU CAN VISIT BLACKPOOL PARK FROM THEIR.
Providing you do your research beforehand, Manchester has an outstanding choice of bars & resteraunts & excellent shopping centres.
Manchester can be somewhat impersonal as you get closer to the centre of the city but I think that is the same with any major city.
Most of the inhabitants are relatively friendly and there is a lot of things to see and do. Nightlife is pretty good and what you'd expect of a big city!
A vibrant city that never sleeps. You can experience foods from many cultures and enjoy a host of activities for all the family.
The people of Manchester are welcoming and friendly.
As always, the public transportation system in the UK is absolutely fantastic, always on time, always clean, very easy to use.
For someone from another country coming to visit for the first time, it was a treat...
Manchester is a nice City with a mixture of Museums, a few historic Buildings and lots of Shopping and Nighlife Facilities.
1) Not much shopping to do, just a few major shops. So, if you're looking for a real shopping city, look somewhere else.
2) There's only a pub that I am interested in with regards to the night life. The alchemist. However, it's a MUST to make reservations days before you have a drink/dinner there. Just be prepared to be served by rude staffs there! Also, their waiting time is pretty long, so don't go if you're starving! Go early! 3) Nothing much to do, really. A night in Manchester would probably be more than enough. In my own opinion, I would prefer Birmingham and London, really!
If it is your first time then surely visit rusholme .. The curry mile.. There's food.. Cafes. cultural shops etc.
.. i also love staying in the city centre because there's piccadily garden where i love to sit and chat.
uk People are generous and good mind with tourists as well as Swiss. but italian and france impolite bad manner.
If I had the opportunity to travel to uk. i want come again.
the best asian food and night life very funky clubs around the city centre do try and visit the shopping malls
The city center is not big. Get a map, you can nearly go everywhere by walk or by taking free shuttle bus
If you are a football lover especially Manchester United or City fans, Manchester is the place to visit!
People living a simple life in Manchester, trams are not as pack as those in other cities or countries.
It is really full of surprises and you wont be surprised if you can stumble on a new place of interest
"I was really happy with city in all.. Presentation was good, and in most part of city was excellent.