DirectoryFootball.com/blog provides all topics browse for sport, football games, football leagues, championship, coaching & instruction, amateur, football history.

A Brief Guide of Manchester

whats on in Manchester is a question every traveller wants to know. It’s home to one of the greatest football clubs in the world Manchester United and one aspiring football clubs that would love to be, Manchester City. It’s the second largest city in the United Kingdom and is affectionately know as the city of happiness and those that visit will not be disappointmented as its surrounded by exquisite architectural buildings that have stood for many years. The city tells its own story through buildings and only by taking a trip down its streets can one get a full understand of it’s magnificence. There are so many landmarks and gothic buildings, designed by the worlds leading architects it is no wonder millions of visitors flock there every year.

Manchester is endowed with beautiful places to visit. To get around I recommend purchasing a travel guide and map. The transport system is very well organised and you can get pretty much anywhere very cheaply through the trains, trams and buss network.

Various travel companies organize trips for visitors to see a whole list of different attractions. First, one should decide on his/her particular interest. Some of the areas to visit include the Imperial War Museum, the Old Trafford Football Stadium, which should be the first option for football lovers. Art lovers, on the other hand, should stop at the Lowry at Salford Quays. This place has the largest collection of original paintings by the famous L.S Lowry. There is also a theatre there where you can see any number of plays, comedies and music.

Eating out in Manchester is another great thing to look forward to as part of the overall experience of your trip. The city has many great food joints, but to be on the right track confirm with your travel guide to find out whether there are any with specific offers on which are clearly the best places to try first. If money is not a problem then some of the best eating joints include; Micheal Caines at Abode, the French, Aubaine, Australasia, Room, Second Floor Restaurant and others. Most of these restaurants can be booked online and your reservation taken care of. If you want to get the most from what’s on in Manchester you shouldn’t end there. The Printworks is an entertainment centre and should be in your ‘must see’ areas. The Place, as its known, opened back in the early 2000 and has everything to offer for those who love partying.

Tags: , ,