Manchester is a borough in North West England, and is famous as the second most populous urban city. The Manchester Airport is the largest airport after Heathrow Airport of London. Manchester has a favorable climate throughout the year. Faulkner Street and Manchester’s Chinatown are all an inevitable part of the city. People speaking Chinese can be seen on the streets of China Town, and most of the Chinese goods are available in this part of the city. The Gay Village located around the canal street is home to oldest gay communities of Europe. Most of the famous clubs and pubs are located in Gay Village. The Curry Mile which consists of a series of curry restaurants, jewellery stores and sari shops in Manchester.
The vibe of Manchester is unparalleled, and there are a plethora of places to visit in and around the city. Manchester Museum houses historical exhibits that take one to the ancient culture of the world. The museum also has biggest collection of Egyptian artefacts. The Aerial Extreme is perfect for adrenaline junkies. It includes high rope adventure, climbing and jumping between the trees. Chinese Arts Centre has a collection of visual art and contemporary culture from China.
Tourists also get the chance to walk through the cobbles of the streets with guides who will explain on the history of the city. Intu Trafford Centre is a shopping paradise in Manchester. There are around 230 stores that stretch along a distance of 3 miles, with fascinating marble and granite boulevards. Indulge in tea dances, pop concerts, fashion shows and extravagant shopping while at Intu Trafford Centre.