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Manchester is a rich industrial heritage and is located in the Northwest of England. The city is also known as a textile powerhouse as it contains castle field conservation’s 18th century Canal system. Visitors can also trace this history at the Museum of science and industry it is located in the old Liverpool street station it also contains a collection of steam engine and many old types of machinery that were used in earlier times. With the population of 5, 30,300, it is the second most populous urban area in the United Kingdom. This city is famous for its countless pubs and restaurants and world-class clubbing which are very entertaining and a person can never get bored in this city.

flights to manchester

  • Manchester town hall

  • Manchester Cathedral

  • Enjoy Art Exhibitions

  • Old Trafford

  • National Football Museum

  • Piccadilly Gardens

 Plane tickets to manchester

  • Visit Manchester town hall

  • Visit Manchester Cathedral

  • Enjoy Art Exhibitions

  • Explore Old Trafford

  • Visit to National football museum

  • Visit Piccadilly Gardens

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The weather of Lyon is different throughout the year as the winters are quite harsh with heavy snowfalls and cold winds while the summers are quite warm and there is also some rainfall in some parts of the year. Tourist generally avoids going to the city in the winters because winters are quiet dryer with Mist in December and heavy snowfall in January, generally springs are the best time to visit Lyon although, you may encounter some rain during the spring and fall. But due to the festival of lights, some of the tourists prefer to go in the month of December to watch the spectacular festival which fills the streets and lanes with lights and it looks amazing at the night time.




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Manchester town hall

It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Manchester as it is a Municipal building the architecture of the Manchester Town Hall is new Gothic and is a very beautiful sight to see. Many of the local government departments are present in this building. Due to the increasing size and finances of the city, there was a need for bigger Town Hall so this Manchester Town Hall was built. This town hall was inaugurated on 13th September 1877 by the mayor Abel Heywood.


Manchester Cathedral

It is the mother Church and also serves as the seat of Bishop of Manchester and cities Parish Church. If you are visiting Manchester then you definitely visit the Manchester Cathedral. The architecture is breathtaking, whether you are religious or not but you will feel very calm when you enter this Cathedral.


National football museum

If you are a fan of football then you should definitely visit this museum as this museum will give you an insight of football like never before. The fans of all ages can get something to watch in this museum.


Piccadilly Gardens

This is located between Market Street and the border of the North Quarter in Manchester City. The garden is decorated with a Japanese architect. It consists of water feature and the concrete pavilion where people can sit and enjoy the fresh air. The new features that added to the garden are not being liked by the people as it restricts the sunlight. The garden is close to many shopping places and business area; so many people prefer to sit in this garden.


Enjoy Art Exhibitions

Manchester is famous for organizing regular art exhibitions in different venues. Make sure you visit at least a single exhibition to visualize the cultural heritage of the city. Nightlife at Manchester is as exciting as it sounds. Go for clubbing and spends one whole night while enjoying here. Experience football like never before at the National Football Museum.


Old Trafford

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 74,994, it is the largest club football stadium in the United Kingdom, and the eleventh-largest in Europe.