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The world’s oldest industrial city is best known for its football club and the music scene that has produced bands such as Oasis and Chemical Brothers. And not only does the young and buzzing creative scene make visitors instantly feel at home in the city, but so do the «Mancunians» themselves (as the «natives» are known) thanks to their warm, friendly welcome that instantly wins over visitors.
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Exclusive cocktails are served over Manchester’s rooftops on the 23rd floor of Beetham Tower.
A visit to the lavish fantasy world of «Alice in Wonderland» is practically a must for all visitors to Manchester.
The award-winning restaurant in the Hotel «ABode» appeals for its exclusive, innovative cuisine.
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Star chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant is considered straightforward, fully of quality and yet affordable.
This glass-fronted open-plan restaurant in historically significant Castlefield started out as a tool shed.
The city's first rock pub is now «the» cult address in Manchester for arthouse cinema, art books and exhibitions.
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This listed building has full-height windows, the wooden floors are original and the interior is pure vintage.
Polo and rugby shirts with sports club emblems, chinos, striped blouses, cardigans and tweed suits for men and women are displayed on three levels in a classic vintage interior.
Casual and classic fashion for men is available from this spacious shop in the Northern Quarter.
The decline in the number of church-goers caused this church to be closed down, and since 2004 it has been a place for climbing instead of praying.
Tucked away from the busy shopping streets, this restaurant is the new meeting place on Burton Road.
This smart, Art Deco-style boutique has a semi-circular glass wall, chandelier and mirrored ceiling.
The Avenue in the smart banking quarter Spinningfields was based on New York’s Fifth Avenue.