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Not many cities can boast of thirty different nationalities of the finest cuisine. Manchester has a global feel and flavour all of its own with restaurants and cafés flying flags from around the world neighbouring each other in a city steeped in history and cosmopolitan in choice.

England is known throughout the world for the traditional public house serving a large selection of the finest traditional ales and spirits plus an abundance of cafes and café bars serving all manner of exotic cocktails, spirits and wines from all corners of the globe and Manchester is certainly no different..

The city is made up of some of the most stunning and unique areas in the country, all with individual character and charm of their own.

Manchester boasts more than 130 parks, gardens and open spaces, some of which form a link from the Mersey Valley in the south of the city to the Medlock Valley in the east and the Irk Valley in the north.

Things to see and do

Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens, Manchester

Imperial War Museum, North, Manchester

Manchester Airport Aviation Viewing Park, Manchester

Museum of Transport, Manchester

Royal exchange Theatre Company, Manchester

Trafford Park Heritage Centre, Manchester


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