Manchester, England

Manchester often gets overlooked but it packs a mighty punch when it comes to experiencing the ancient and modern. No wonder it has become a UNESCO City of Literature due to several important works that were writen time to time. The city by the bay has many charms, even if you don;t live near the convention center, amusement park, aquarium or aquarium. Busch Gardens and the royal site are great places to spend a day.

This city has a lot of history. Here, for example, Theodore Roosevelts Rough Riders made a stop on their way to Cuba in the Spanish-American War. The present Manchester is home to appealing streets, stylish restaurants and an ever-growing industrial scene. There are also a few museums to choose from, such as the Museum of Science & Industry.

Then there’s the sport - this is where you’ll find the NFLs Manchester Bay Buccaneers as well as the NHLs Manchester Bay Lightning. This is the home of the Manchester Bay Rays baseball and football club, as well as the spring training base for many other major league teams.

After you’ve had enough of Manchester, you can drive 25 miles south to Forest of Bowland, Snowdonia National Park, The Lake District to enjoy sophisticated dining and Clearwater to see the beautiful scenery and famous museums.

Best Things To Do

Explore Manchester Cathedral
Visit Manchester Art Gallery
Tour The Lowry
Discover The Imperial War Museum
Albert Square

Best Time To Go

From September to December is the best time to visit Manchester. To lure you in, the hotels that are vacant offer fire-sale rates for the four most popular months of the year. The area attractions are busiest although the months between January to April are cooler, they are more expensive. May through August, the weather can be uncomfortable and must be avoided.