Manchester is the UK's third largest city and was granted this status in 1853. Forming part of the English Core Cities Group, nicknamed 'Capital of the North', Manchester today is a centre of the arts, the media, higher education and commerce.
Manchester city centre is currently on a tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, mainly due to the network of canals and mills constructed during its 19th-century development.
The Arndale Food Court has a central seating area of 800 seats and various food concessions around its perimeter. It also has accessible toilet and baby change facilities.View Arndale Food Court
This is the junction of St Mary’s Gate, New Cathedral Street and Exchange Street. New Cathedral Street offers trendy shops and the popular Royal Exchange Theatre can be found on Exchange Street.View Exchange Street/New Cathedral Street/St Marys Gate
Market Street is one of the two principal retail streets in Manchester, England (the other is Deansgate). View Market Street
After 30 years the Royal Exchange Theatre is still fresh and surprising and the Company continues to find exciting ways to stage its shows. View Royal Exchange Theatre
The Printworks entertainment complex and the surrounding area is one of the most popular night spots in the city centre.View The Printworks