When you’re planning a weekend away, you’ll often want to make sure that you get to do a lot of different things. Whether you book your trip from Friday to Monday or you’re just going for Saturday and Sunday, you don’t have a lot of time.
Because of that, you may find that you really want to be able to maximise on the time that you have there. It’s usually on trips like this that it helps to do your research beforehand and plan everything out. Whether you like to eat or explore, shop or enjoy a show, Manchester is definitely the place to do it all.
This multicultural city is bustling with things to do, and you’ll definitely have a great time when you’re here.
1. Enjoy A Sporting Event
Manchester is definitely known for a wealth of different things and sport is one of them. So maybe you want to visit a sporting event while you’re here – which there are several.
Of course, there’s football on at Old Trafford and the Etihad Stadium, but there’s also the National football museum or even Old Trafford Cricket Ground too.
2. Explore the Sights
In Manchester, there’s a lot of culture to enjoy and explore as well. So maybe you want to see some of the sights. From The Lowry and Manchester Art Gallery to Heaton Park and the Manchester Museum, there’s so much to explore.
3. Take A Tour
If this is your first visit to Manchester, you might even want to think about seeing as much of the city as you can. And thankfully, there are so many different tours that you can do to see as much as possible.
You could do a sightseeing bus tour or a walking tour. Or you could look to do specific tours of sporting or arts or even food and drinks tours – just to make sure you see all there is to see.
4. Dive Into Foodie Goodness
If you’re a foodie, then you’re going to absolutely love Manchester. No matter what kind of food you like and what you’re visiting the city to do, there’s a wealth of variety when it comes to finding things to eat.
You could look to do a bottomless brunch in Manchester if you want to celebrate, or you could head out to find some street food around Oxford Road. And, of course, there are many local and fine dining restaurants to explore too.
5. Do A Spot Of Shopping
Manchester is known for a range of things – and shopping is definitely up there. In Manchester, there’s so much to explore and see, and if you love to spend a good day’s shopping there’s a ton for you to do here.
You’ll find the famous Arndale centre with a good mix of shops and there’s always the enormous Trafford Centre too. If you like designer shopping, you’ll also find the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet to visit and enjoy as well.
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