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Our tips for Manchester

  • Manchester hotel rates fluctuate when there’s a football game, depending on how close a hotel is to the stadium. So to avoid paying higher rates, look in The Quays area when there’s a City game on, and in the east or the north of the city when United are playing at home.
  • There’s no better way to experience the personality and essence of the city than on a walking tour. Choose from a host of guided walking tours on isango! and pick out the one that you’d love doing.
  • Visit Northern Quarter and Ancoats for some retail therapy. This is where locals love to hangout and shop.
  • Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the streets filled with the coolest cafes, pubs and local shops.

Good to know

Best time to visit
  • The months from June to August are the best time to visit Manchester as the weather is warm and ideal for sightseeing. This is also the time when there are tons of festivals and events that keep residents and tourists in the city busy.
  • You could also visit in January and February if you want to avoid crowds and get better rates as this is the offseason.
Getting around
  • Thanks to an efficient public transport system, getting around the city is convenient and easy. There’s a free hop-on, hop-off bus service as well as commercial buses that run through Greater Manchester. Other modes of transport are trams, trains, and bikes.
  • The rail network connects you to neighbouring districts and towns like Ashton-under-Lyne, Bolton, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport and Wigan.

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