Manchester GuideManchester lies at the heart of Greater Manchester, in the northwest of England. The city 'proper' has a population of around half a million, while the larger conurbation, referred to as either Greater Manchester or Manchester City Region, has over 2.6 million inhabitants. HotelsFind hotels in Manchester, Salford, Old Trafford, Didsbury, Prestwich and more, including SACO Manchester, Velvet, Stay Deansgate Apartments Manchester, City Warehouse Apartments Manchester, Mill View Apartment Manchester, DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Piccadilly and Castlefield3. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Manchester including The Bridgewater Hall, Royal Northern College of Music, Opera House Manchester, University of Salford, National Cycling Centre, Fallowfield Post Office and Manchester Aquatics Centre. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Manchester including The Bridgewater Hall, Rusholme Chippy, Cornerhouse, Wagamama, The Old Wellington, The Moon Under Water and Tiger Tiger.
Popular in ManchesterSalfordSalford is a city in Greater Manchester, immediately to the west of the city of Manchester. North CentralNorth Central Manchester covers the area in central Manchester north of Picadilly Gardens and east of Quay St and Peter St. Manchester AirportManchester Airport 4 is one of the busiest and largest airports in Europe. The airport is located in the south of Manchester …
In ManchesterEast CentralEast central Manchester is the area in Manchester bounded by the A57, Oxford Road, and the A62. UniversitiesThe Universities Corridor is in the south of Manchester. It covers the corridor around the Oxford Road and the Wilmslow Road, from the A57 south down through Rusholme to Fallowfield and the areas immediately either side bounded by the A34 and A5103. West CentralWest Central Manchester covers the area in central Manchester west of Quay St, Peter St, and Oxford St. SouthSouth Manchester covers the south of Manchester as far south as the M60. It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Lancashire. The QuaysThe Quays covers the three areas of Salford Quays, Trafford Wharf, and Old Trafford around the Manchester Ship Canal. NorthNorth Manchester is the area of Manchester north of the centre bounded by the M60, the A6, and A57.
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