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Manchester City Centre Introduction

Manchester City Centre is a beguiling blend of quaint tradition and slick modernity, where Gothic church spires stand in the shadows of futuristic skyscrapers, and cosy pubs compete for your custom with chic cocktail lounges. Its music scene is legendary, with buzzing venues ranging from open mic clubs to prestigious concert halls. The area is a haven for foodies – take your pick from hip pop-up markets, independent gastropubs or extravagant Michelin-starred restaurants. And shoppers are equally well catered for, with cutting-edge malls and trendsetting boutiques lining the city streets.

Hotels in Manchester City Centre

There's a host of hotels in Manchester City Centre to suit all preferences. If you're looking to splurge, you'll find luxurious hotels with contemporary decor and alluring amenities, like indoor pools, fitness centres and full-service spas. There are also competitively priced mid-range hotels, complete with casual restaurants, lounge bars and 24-hour business centres. Or if you're searching for cheap Manchester City Centre hotels, you can choose from independent guesthouses serving home-cooked breakfasts, or smart budget hotels offering handy perks, like free WiFi.

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Where to stay

The Northern Quarter is firmly established as one of Manchester City Centre's trendiest districts, with vibrant street art, and a host of treasure-filled vintage shops and relaxed craft beer bars to hop between. Pick a hotel around Piccadilly Gardens and you'll be within easy walking distance of both mouthwatering Asian cuisine in Chinatown and colourful nightlife in the friendly Gay Village. Or, if retail therapy is at the top of your agenda, base yourself near Market Street and the Arndale Centre, where you'll find exclusive department stores, Victorian arcades and all your favourite high street chains.

Things to see

Manchester Cathedral, constructed in the 15th century, is an impeccably preserved masterpiece of Gothic architecture, complete with an imposing tower and intricate carved ceilings. The Manchester Museum is a must for culture enthusiasts, with its astonishing collection of archaeological and historical treasures, including ancient Egyptian mummies and awe-inspiring dinosaur exhibits. The revered Manchester Art Gallery is home to over 25,000 pieces of fine art, including an exceptional collection of 19th-century European paintings. And, at the National Football Museum, you can peruse a wealth of memorabilia connected to the beautiful game.

How to get to Manchester City Centre

Manchester Airport is the UK's busiest international transport hub outside London, served by daily flights from cities all over Europe and beyond. From here, you can reach Manchester Piccadilly station in about 25 mins by train, or 30 minutes by car. Manchester City Centre is easily navigable on foot, and there's an efficient public transport network, with regular bus, tram and regional train services. Rental cars are readily available, and taxis are easy to flag down across the city.

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