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Coming to Manchester airport ? Places to visit in Manchester

Trafford Centre
Is one of the largest shopping malls in the uk.You can easily spend a day touring all the shops and dining in the Great Hall which sells every variety of food from over 40 restaurants. A creche is also available for families with young families. The centre also has a 20 screen Odeon cinema.

The Lowry
was opened in 2000 to celebrate this distinctive northern artist famous for is matchstick men and women.

The Imperial War Musuem
Just across the canal from the Lowry. History of the first and second world war both the people and the weapons they used.


Manchester China town
Sample the smells and atmosphere of china town.

Gay Village
Centred around canal street is a thriving gay scene, which offers of bars, clubs, restaurants and other nighttime venues for gays and straights alike.

Old Trafford
home to one of the most famous football clubs in the world. Visit the ground which now holds in excess of 76,000 people and the hall of fame tracing the cups won. the famous players from the past such as Duncan Edwards one of the original Busby babes to George Best and Bobby Charlton to Rooney and Ronaldo of today.

Peoples History Museum
charting the lives of the people of Manchester over the past 100 years.

If you decide to visit Manchester either before your holiday or tag it on at the end you may wish to consider staying overnight at an hotel close to the airport with parking included. Please go to Manchester Airport Hotels and parking to see the vast seletion of hotels to meet all budget requirements or if you simply wish to park your car go to Manchester airport parking where once again you will see a selection of both on and off car parks including tranfers.

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