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A quick visit to this metropolitan city is not to be missed if you are in North West England. Frequent trains run from Liverpool to Manchester and takes around 1 hour for the journey.Manchester has its name etched in history already and we all know why. Being the third most visited city in the UK, it offers a fair share of experience in sports and shopping alike. Owning an international airport with services to different parts of the world and a well connected train, tram and bus services, reaching and going around Manchester is as easy as it can get.
Manchester Pride Festival celebrates LGBT+ life and its a four day event celebrated in Manchester. Manchester Pride 2018 takes place on Aug 24th- Aug 27th. More information can be found on this website : https://www.manchesterpride.comManchester Pride campaigns for the advancement of LGBT+ equality; celebrates LGBT+ life and creates opportunities that engage LGBT+ people so that they can thrive.I was on a day trip from Sheffield to Manchester and it was super exciting to see this event happening as I was never expecting. I loved being part of the crowd that cheers up, sings and dance along with the show. Everyone was so happy and to finish it off, there were a good selection of street food at the corner. After the event, I decided to go around with my friends to explore more of Manchester. More details of the trip and pics will be uploaded in a different article. Enjoy the video and make sure to subscribe to the channel for more simple backpacking videos.YouTube Link :
Day 7: Manchester United Museum + Stadium Tour & Hotel Football. I took a flight back to Manchester in the morning (1000 INR) and headed to Old Trafford area for a planned stadium tour.My stadium tour was scheduled for 3 PM, so in the meanwhile, I had lunch in Cafe Football (cafe inside Hotel Football). The food was pretty below average TBH, what you really pay for is the ambiance and its proximity to Old Trafford. There's Red Cafe inside Old Trafford itself - which looked much more inviting when I later went inside for museum tour. The stadium tour was as expected - there's a tour guide who would walk you through all the key areas of the stadium - the dressing room, player's tunnel, media center etc. Inside the museum, you can enjoy reading about the team's rich history and checking out some really cool jerseys of the past. The lockers are available for free during non match days, so you can make use of it in case you have luggage on you. A personalized tour certificate can be collected from the Manchester United mega store, which is right in front of the holy trinity.Tip: Have some fish and chips at Manchester; and record your staged entry through the player's tunnel during the stadium tour!
Day 2 (29th Apr): Manchester. Manchester is home to two of the biggest European football clubs - Manchester United and Manchester City, and if you follow football - you would definitely not leave Manchester without watching a match at Old Trafford or Etihad Stadium. I could somehow manage tickets to one of the most anticipated fixtures of the Premier League - Manchester United vs Arsenal. And the last minute winning goal by the home team was the cherry on top of my fat dollop of cream! Old Trafford was buzzing with fanfare and glitterati, and made a spectacular display of football culture in Europe. The entire experience was just overwhelming - to say the least! (For any specific query on match tickets, please write to me on my mail ID)Pro tip: Don't carry a bag to the stadium. They only allow small clutches, nothing bigger than that!After the match i.e around 7 PM, I took a train to Edinburgh, Scotland (3000 INR) from Manchester Piccadilly. Old Trafford doesn't provide locker facility during match days so I had dropped my luggage in Piccadilly Station's cloak room (left luggage) which comes with a charge of 6 Pounds per piece for 3 hours.
Best time to visit UK is in the month of July when there is sunshine and days are warm. Having said that, the weather is so unpredictable and it rains very much against the forecast of a warm sunny day.This was my first visit to United Kingdom. I landed at Manchester and went straight up to Stockport where my aunt lives. Stockport is a small quiet town close to Manchester. The place is more of a countryside with less population and beautiful parks all around.Day 1- Being a soccer fan, I decided to take a tour of the Manchester United Stadium (one of the largest stadiums in the world). It can house upto 70,000 people. The stadium is witness to some historical matches and it is not to be confused with Manchester City league. They are different from Man Utd. To book a tour, visit the website and book the available spots for the day. Fortunately, i got a place for me the very next day. The tour lasted for roughly 90 mins. My tour group had fans from across the world. The tour guide gave us a walkthrough of the stadium, dressing room, bars (apparently, it was here where The Spice Girls performed and Victoria met David Beckham for the first time and we know the story thereafter) and the feeling of how it is when crowd cheers as we stepped out of the stadium into the main ground with background music running. The whole tour makes you feel nice and acquainted with some interesting facts about the league matches and teams. The guide was very entertaining and made us smile all the way through the tour.
Home of the world's most "supported" football club, Manchester United, the city of Manchester is also home to another great club, Manchester City. And hence, a city with two dominant football forces is a must-visit in any fan's itinerary.Famous footballers to have played here: George Best, Eric Cantona, Sir Bobby Charlton, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Aguero.Things to do apart from football: Visit the Manchester Art Gallery to see great contemporary works of art. Experience the fantastic nightlife.Average expenditure per day per head: Rs. 4,500Book the best hotels. Read more about the city.