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Experience all that Manchester offers
Manchester Airport is the ideal location to fly into for anyone looking to explore the entire Northwest region. Awash with history, culture, great shopping and nightlife, the area really does have something to suit the tastes of everyone, no matter what their age.
Take a trip to the award-winning Imperial War Museum and discover why this is one of the most celebrated museums in England. Tourists are also able to experience the true legacy of war and the effect it has had on the region before visiting some of the sites that were affected by the blitz during the Second World War.Read more
Step back in time by exploring the Stockport Air Raid Shelters to get a feel for what it must have been like for people during the dark days of the early 1940s.
Experience the history of the Industrial Revolution, which helped make Manchester the powerhouse that it is today, with restored factories and mills proving to be a huge tourist draw or marvel at the more modern architecture, which abounds throughout this great city. UMIST and The Daily Express Building are both impressive and easy to get to by driving.
Book a car rental in advance of your arrival and be ready to head off to Old Trafford or the Etihad Stadium and marvel at two of the finest examples of football stadiums to be seen anywhere in the world. Explore the history of Manchester United, one of the world’s most famous and successful football clubs: the stadium tour is well worth the money, especially for its historical significance - even if your allegiances lie elsewhere.
Manchester has some great areas to explore, many of which can be enjoyed from the comfort of your car, such as the Castlefield district, which is situated on the western edge of the city; the Northern Quarter, with its eclectic mix of shops and cafes and The Village and Canal Street, one of the most popular gay areas in Europe.