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Made famous worldwide by a certain pair of football clubs, the UK city of Manchester is also big on the music scene (you might have heard of a little band called Oasis?) This Northern powerhouse is a good choice if you are looking to visit one of England’s biggest cities, or even if you’re a nature lover planning to explore the Peak District.
Hostels in Manchester benefit from fantastic central locations and excellent facilities. Look for Manchester hostels with a bar or youth hostels offering amazing freebies like communal dinners, movie nights, bar crawls and walking tours. Most have free Wi-Fi and throw in breakfast for free or very cheap. Staying in a Manchester hostel is not only a great way to save money for a football game, it’s also great for socialising with travellers from all over the world.
From culture and food to clubbing, Manchester’s city centre has it all – especially the Deansgate area, which has some of the best places to party in Manchester. For more of an indie vibe, check out the alternative bars and venues of the Northern Quarter. Castlefield is a chilled out area on the canal if you’re looking for a slower pace. But if you want to venture out a bit, head to the neighbourhood of Didsbury Village to discover one of Manchester’s most up and coming areas.
Not coming to Manchester for a football match or a concert? There are plenty of things to do there from clubbing to visiting museums. The Three River Distillery, the John Rylands Library and the Greater Manchester Police Museum are among Manchester's top attractions. It’s also an incredible shopping destination, be it the big names of the city centre or the quirkier vintage shops in the Northern Quarter. Have a look at this list of cool things to do in Manchester for inspiration!
The city centre being compact, walking is probably your best choice to get around Manchester. If you want to travel further or avoid the rain you have the choice between the bus, the train, the tram and even waxis, the city’s water taxis connecting the city centre with Old Trafford. Manchester is connected to all the UK's big cities by rail, and you can reach it from London in 2-3 hours. Trains also run from Manchester Piccadilly station to the airport every 10 minutes, and take around 20.