Things to see and do - Manchester
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Manchester Travel guide
Manchester : Michelin's recommendations
Manchester grew up out on the site of an old Roman settlement, but its good fortunes began in the 18C with the rise of the cotton industry, followed by the city’s development as a financial centre; a prosperous heritage reflected in its fine buildings Following an IRA bomb attack in 1996 a huge regeneration programme gave the city a new face. Areas like Trafford and Salford have some audacious new buildings; Manchester is fulfilling its potential.
Tourist attractions Manchester : Things to see and do
The interior has recently regained its 19C splendour and contains a collection of the Pre-Raphaelite school, with works by Millais, Hunt, Rossetti and the famous work of Ford Madox Brown titled «Work», depicting the different classes of a developing ..
Urbis is an ultra-modern glazed structure. A glass lift gives visitors a panoramic view of the city. An interactive gallery complex, Urbis is entertaining and informative.
Six spans make the knave of this Church the largest in Britain. The chancel is also formed of six spans. The rood screen is a unique piece of medieval sculpture. In the chancel the stalls and their canopies are incredibly well engraved. The misericor..
Piccadilly GB - Manchester M1 3AQ
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Opposite Manchester Piccadilly Station, this beautifully converted Victorian warehouse has boutique bedrooms and a sumptuous spa. In Manchester’s vibrant centre, the hotel also features a brasserie and fitness centre. The chic rooms have luxurious b..
One Piccadilly Place GB - Manchester M1 3DG
Prix Prices from : 72 £
Situated 120 feet from Manchester’s Piccadilly Train Station, this stylish hotel boasts an award-winning restaurant, a fitness suite and air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and iMac computers. The modern and spacious rooms at the DoubleTree by Hilt..
3-5 Portland Street, Piccadilly Gardens GB - Manchester M1 6DP
With a modern leisure centre and stylish bedrooms, The Portland Hotel is opposite Piccadilly Gardens, close to the Northern Quarter. Featuring a lively bar, restaurant and high-speed Wi-Fi throughout, the hotel is just 5 minutes' walk from Piccadilly..
Leisure activities Manchester
Spend four days on a narrowboat adventure from the urban canals of Manchester to the rolling hills of the Peak District! While exploring the region’s little-used network of canals, help the boat’s hosts and get involved with all aspects of narrowboat..
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Description Get your priority seating and move straight to the front of the line at the Hard Rock Cafe Manchester. Opened in 2000, this hot spot is the largest Hard Rock Cafe in the United Kingdom, with a capacity for 450 people. The restaur..
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Travel from your Manchester accommodations to the Manchester airport in style. Private transfer services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and all cars come with fresh bottled water, newspapers and wet wipes to get the airport grime of..
104 High Street GB - M4 1HQ Manchester
Family-run restaurant where iron pillars and bare bricks are juxtaposed with pretty French lampshades and patterned wallpapers. The experienced French chef prepares accomplished, classic dishes using ingredients from his homeland.
100 King St GB - M2 4WU Manchester
107 Piccadilly GB - M1 2DB Manchester
A lively modern restaurant in the basement of a stylish hotel, with subdued lighting and a sophisticated style. Contemporary cooking is largely British with some Mediterranean influences. The tasting menu also has wine suggestions.
39 Faulkner St GB - M1 4EE Manchester
Climb the steps to the upper floor of this converted Victorian warehouse, where you'll find an open kitchen, a counter and four communal tables. The Japanese cooking is fresh, authentic and healthy; the dumplings are delicious.
Piccadilly GB - M1 1LZ Manchester
One Piccadilly Pl, 1 Auburn St GB - M1 3DG Manchester