Manchester City on a Road Map
What to do in Manchester in 48 Hours

Vibrant, dynamic and having great train and airport connections, Manchester is the ideal city break for a weekend or just for one day. But with such short time to explore it’s important to prioritise what you see, so you get a real taste of the...

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Visit Manchester this Autumn

Vibrant, bohemian and arty, there is always plenty to do in Manchester. From theatres to museums and music venues, all the usual touristic possibilities are on offer, but here is our guide to events and sights you just shouldn’t miss this autumn. The Highlights 1. Take a...

Manchester student special

Our Freshers’ Week guide to off-the-beaten-track Manchester. Home to over 105,000 students, the Manchester city region has one of the largest student populations in Europe, and September will see the arrival of around 25,000 new faces. Student hotspots like Fallowfield and the Curry Mile will be buzzing...

The World’s Strangest Tourist Attractions [Infographic]

Had your fair share of museums, galleries and theme parks? Why not check out some of these slightly more bizarre tourist attractions from around the world? Some are awe-inspiring, some are downright odd, but all have to be seen to be believed! Here is The World's Strangest...

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33 Free things to do in Manchester

If you are thinking of visiting Manchester but are on a tight budget then fear not - we have put together a list of the best free things to do in this northern metropolis that won't cost you a penny! With a rich industrial heritage, iconic music scene...

Around The World In 20 Craft Beers [Infographic]

Over the last few years, the world has been undergoing something of a craft beer revolution, especially in the United States, where there were an estimated 4,483 craft breweries in 2015. However, it isn’t all about America when it comes to craft beers, with breweries all...