Whether you are a casual visitor or on a business trip, going to Manchester has never been easier thanks to Travelsupermarket.com. Irrespective of the fact that you are an international flight traveler or from the British Isles, this site offers you competitive rates of different airlines from all over the world.

 

Their “my suitcase” option enables you to save all the great deals you find on Travelsupermarket.com and save them in one place so that you are able to check them again whenever you want to travel. More ever it also offers travel insurance options and even deals on car hire and hotel bookings.

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However, if you want to book the best hotel at the most economical price then you may try Trivago, a no frills, barebones website that actually delivers on its promise of finding you your “ideal hotel at the best (possible) price”. Simply type Manchester in the search bar of the site and check out the various options that cater to every budget. Or alternately you may also try out an accommodation at the many hostels available in Manchester at Hostelworld.com. With a staggering 33,000 properties listed in over 170 countries along with 24/7 service, Hostelworld.com is sure to have suitable accommodations beyond your expectations.

Once you have landed in Manchester and checked in at your preferred hotel/hostel. It’s time to do some sightseeing.

And an economical way of doing that is to simply buy a travel card. Travel cards are an excellent value for money whenever you want to travel on the city’s metro link tramway system. There are off peak and peak time travel cards enabling the user to avail discounted rates for unlimited travel for the duration of the card. Moreover, the travel cards can also be purchased via a Smartphone app. For more information log on to Metrolink.co.uk/tickets/Pages/Travelcards.aspx.

However, if trams, buses and other forms of public transport are not your style then there are always chauffer driven private vehicles. The biggest advantages that they have over other forms of public transport is that they pick you up from where ever you are and you don’t have to travel on foot to any station or stop, in all kinds of weather. Should you prefer a private hire vehicle over the metro then you can always go to a website like minicabit.com This great website offers you the widest choice with the ability to compare virtually all the cab and taxi services out there in Manchester including feedback and ratings on each provider, as well as getting you the best deal in terms of price. They also offer a great choice of manchester providers which includes regular cabs as well as executive and luxury vehicles.

As a tourist destination Manchester has a lot going for it, some of its more popular tourist destinations include:

Manchester Cathedral
The site of the cathedral has had religious significance since the Saxon period of the 8th century when artifacts dating back to that era were found in the church’s environs. The church was constructed in the late 15th century in Perpendicular Gothic style. It survived “The Blitz” but was extensively damaged by German Luftwaffe bombs. It has however, been restored to its former glory once again.

Manchester Art Gallery
The Manchester Art Gallery is a huge publicly owned art museum located in the Manchester city centre area on Mosley Street. Its massive collection of both contemporary as well as classical art pieces is a delight for all art connoisseurs. Open seven days a week, its collection boasts of at least 25,000 art pieces.

Heaton Park
This park is the main municipal park in Manchester city and is spread over 600 acres. It has a golf driving range and a boating lake located on its premises. However the highlight of the park is the “Heaton Hall” the seat of the Holland family. Constructed in the 1770s it’s widely considered to be one of the finest examples of late 18th century architecture.