Tourists visit Manchester as it is one of the most vibrant, energetic and diverse cities in the UK. Situated in the northwest of England, the city is home to world famous football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City.
The city is recognised throughout Europe as being the birthplace of the industrial revolution and is steeped in history in economic growth, politics, sport, music and arts.
Manchester is known throughout the UK for having a bustling nightlife, jam-packed with eclectic pubs, bars and clubs. The city centre has a foray of superb restaurants, shopping malls, museums and galleries, meaning there is plenty to see and do whilst in Manchester.
For those wanting to escape the hurly and burly of city life, the surrounding boroughs of Greater Manchester offer unique visitor experiences such as charming market towns, picturesque countryside and woodland trails.
The towns of Bury, Bolton, Wigan, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford and Tameside, are surrounded by sprawling countryside, separated by pretty waterways and peppered with quaint country towns and villages.
For more on what there is to explore, check out our Things to Do in Manchester page.
So don’t hesitate, why not visit Manchester and stay in a pub?