Manchester, England

Manchester is a city and a metropolitan district of the County of Greater Manchester, United Kingdom.Is the great metropolis manufacturing country, considered the city with more rapid economic growth", which has led to the absorption of several neighbouring cities, causing the Greater Manchester, one of the most populated areas of the world; the second in number of students, and also the third most visited city in the United Kingdom by foreign tourists.
Located in the Midland, on the banks of the River Irwell, communicated with the sea by the Manchester Ship Canal arriving in the river Mersey, constructed to allow the entry of large vessels. Manchester is an important centre of artistic, financial, media and of higher education. The city which was the emblem of the Industrial Revolution, attracted by its history embodied in museums and modern entertainment proposals.
Its main buildings were emerging on the basis of the system of canals and railways. A channel was opened in 1772 to communicate the city don Wrosley coal mines and the first passenger railway line was inaugurated in 1830 to Liverpool.
The strong presence of the industrial past is widely recorded and carefully preserved in the Museum of industry and science, its fifteen galleries are filled with all kinds of oddities, from the oldest railway station in the world, the Liverpool Road Station, to the Manchester underground, where you can see the old Victorian sewer system.
On the other hand, Manchester developed a wide range of leisure activities, even has an area gay located in Canal Street, full of fun, night clubs and pubs to suit all tastes. In the nightlife of Manchester you can enjoy from a concert by the Hallé Orchestra a rock as the Northenr Quarter Manchester Orchestra.
Bars you can go to Rusholmes, Victorian pubs or elegant area of Bridgewater Canal, or the exclusive bars in the area of Quays, where are the stars of football and television. To dance until dawn can do so in the area of Student Quater, or Manchester Gay Village.
Manchester is a true destination for the whole year. In winter, visited by skiers to descend through the foothills of the mountains of Bromley and Stratton or practice cross-country skiing at Hildene.
In the spring and summer for fans of hiking, you can choose between simple through the Merrick Forest or more complex excursions as the Prospect Rock, trail uphill, five-kilometre, where you can enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. They can also be cycling.
Another popular pastime is fly fishing that attracts fans from across the country. But what attracts visitors throughout the year are known direct sale of ManchesterCity Centre shops. Some other things that you can enjoy are the canoe trips along the mighty river Battenkill, or more relaxed from a comfortable rocking chair on the porch of a historic Tavern. The views are always spectacular.
Weather in Manchester is very variable, but most of the time it rains or is cloudy. In the winter months it is too cold and it rains. But during the year the climate is highly variable, so it is advisable to carry different types of clothes. Temperatures can get very quickly and climbing in summer. In autumn, all are leaves.
In Manchester the mostly remarkable in its architectural appearance are its neo-Gothic buildings of the Victorian era. Among the stronger is the Ayuntamiento (Town Hall), located between St. Peter Square and Albert Square. We also see this splendour in the John Ryland library, having 3,000,000 volumes and 17,000 manuscripts codices.
One of the most interesting and populous, making it the second most important of Britain, after London, is Chinatown, Chinatown, whose community amounts to more than 20,000 people.
But one of the local passions, and giving you a great attraction to the city is the football. The two local teams, Manchester United and Manchester City, maintained a rivalry that becomes the big show, each disputed classic. The respective stadiums, Old Trafford and the Main Road, are another of the most visited places in the city for tourists.
Places to eat in Manchester
The city of Manchester offers visit it about a wide variety of restaurants where you can enjoy the most varied international cuisines dishes:
Restaurant Le Mont, restaurant Le Social, restaurant Simply Heathcotes, restaurant Brasserie Blanc, Moss Nook restaurant, restaurant Lime, restaurant Charles Halle, and many more
Hotels in Manchester
Hotel Ramada Manchester Piccadilly, Hotel The Place Apartament, Hotel Britannia, Hotel Radisson Edwardian Manchester, Macdonald Manchester Hotel.

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