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Manchester is hip and happening. Over decades, this exciting city has been the cradle of British pop music. It was the home base of The Bee Gees in their early years and many leading bands, such as Joy Division, New Order, 10CC, Simply Red, The Smiths, Oasis and Take That, all originate from Manchester. Music lovers will love to spend time rummaging through the cool record shops of the bohemian Northern Quarter, an area also packed with original shops and great eateries.
The English city is internationally famous due to Manchester United, one of the few football clubs who has won three UEFA competitions. However, if you want to see Kevin De Bruyne and Vincent Kompany, you will have to visit the stadium of Manchester City. Take a stadium tour or visit the National Football Museum, a must-see interactive attraction for fans of the ‘beautiful game’.
Manchester is a cultural city where Arts, Design and entertainment spaces have settled in the many former industrial buildings. Visit the Craft and Design Centre, the Imperial War Museum or the iconic gallery The Lowry.
Manchester has a vibrant party scene. You could start your evening out in one of the over seventy exotic restaurants based on the Curry Mile. Many clubs, pubs and bars are now to be found in the revamped former industrial buildings. There’s the “gay friendly” Canal Street and many fascinating bars niched under the railway arches at Deansgate.
Additional information on Manchester: www.visitbritain.com