Manchester is considered the industrial capital of England. To not stay with the false impression that the city in a gray, dull and stiff, help comes intriguing statistic that shows that on Friday and Saturday the city center takes 100,000 more tourists than usual, especially at late hours. Manchester is located in western England, administrative center of the subway Greater Manchester. In the town live near 650 000 people, a number of people throughout the metropolis reaches 2 million people. Manchester is the fourth largest city in England after London, Birmingham and Liverpool. In Manchester Aruel crosses the river and canal Liverpool, Leeds, which favorably affect the economy of the city.
Manchester Airport is considered one of the busiest in Britain. The airport is located 17 km from Manchester, you can find it mostly in code MAN. Manchester Airport has three terminals and it is good to make sure you know where to check-in. From the airport to the city itself has a non-stop transport every 10 minutes by train to reach downtown in less than half an hour. Bus to Manchester from the airport around a lot more, but at the expense of this is cheaper.
Manchester Central Library
The history of Manchester began far back in time when the Romans formed around colonies in 79 Gnaeus Julius Agricola Then based fortification called Mamutsium. One of the first written documents mentioning the town dates back to Manchester in 1282 and testified that the city has a market. In the 14 century in the area of Manchester settled quite Flemings who trade in wool for their livelihood and the 18 th century shape the character of Manchester as a small commercial village.
Manchester reached its apogee in the 18 century, especially in the 19 century when the area is rapidly developing textile industry. During this period, along with hundreds of industrial enterprises in the city center were built magnificent public and commercial buildings that are pure experience the city to compete with London.
Manchester Town Hall
The impressive Manchester Town Hall, was built in 19th century style in new Gothic style.
Manchester Piccadilly Gardens
Like one of central London locations in Manchester Piccadilly is that here indicates, however, except square and small park. Piccadilly is the meeting place in town.
Tours of Manchester you should take the old industrial district, where the best can feel the history of the city. Here you can view the Museum of art that made you turn your head the many incomprehensible inventions that are exposed.
Imperial War Museum
Quite attractive is Manchester Imperial War Museum in which every 20 minutes a multimedia recreation of World War II.
As a spice to tourism trip to Manchester can add a visit to Chinatown, where does it encounter a Buddhist temple.
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