Wednesday 18 Sep 2019
[@]Manchester a City of 'Quarters'
Manchester, the modern world’s first industrial city, has been built upon innovation, determination and the knowledge that there is world just outside its borders. Since the industrial revolution Manchester has seen an explosion in its communication, industry and its world standing.
Today this modern city is a diverse place for people wanting to live, work and play. It is divided into a series of, admittedly not very accurate, Quarters. These Quarters reflect the different elements of the city and show how it has developed over time into a major metropolis.
When visiting the city you are very likely to hear about, or be directed to any of these of these ‘Quarters’ and you can read about them in our introductions.
Bury - Part of Historic Manchester
Only 30 minutes by Tram from the City Centre, Bury and its attractions make a good day tripRead more...
Nestled between the Irwell and Medloack rivers Castlefield is where the Romans established 'Mamucium'. Experience the old and modern and explore its attractionsRead more...
China Town - City Centre
China Town, a stone's throw from Piccadilly Gardens, offers restaurants, specialist supermarkets and entertainment all in one spaceRead more...
Connecting most parts of the city, this mile-long road is worth a stroll along and offers some great shops and places to eatRead more...
This large square is a place where historical and modern combine to create an exciting district where food, drink, shopping and entertainment is paramountRead more...
First Street is fast becoming a busy entertainment destination with bars, restaurants, theatre and cinemaRead more...
The Northern Quarter
Manchester's Northern Quarter is an ever changing-space with new investment almost everyday. With diverse bars, restaurants, tea houses, shopping and music venuesRead more...
Manchester's Canal Street
Canal Street is the world famous LGBT heart of Manchester. Take a walk through the Gay Village and drink in its atmosphere, or visit the many bars, clubs and shopsRead more...
Salford Quays and The Lowry
Salford Quays and The Lowry, a 10 minute tram ride, is a complex of Theatres, Art Galleries, shops, a cinema and Media City home to the BBC, ITV and their studio toursRead more...
Stockport - Greater Manchester
Stockport is seven miles out of Manchester or just seven minutes away on the fast train from Piccadilly Station.
Stockport has its fair share of unique and landmark buildings from the contemporary blue glass pyramid, overlooking the M60, to the iconic 1930s Plaza Super Cinema and Variety Theatre.Read more...
Spiningfields 'The Avenue' featues quality brands such as Armani, Mulberry and Phillip Stoner Jewellers. Its restaurants are equally good like Australasia and the Manchester HouseRead more...
Student and Universities
The Universities are centred around Oxford Road and students are attracted from across the world to study hereRead more...
Read Our Guides
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Manchester a City of ‘Quarters’
Only 30 minutes by Tram from the City Centre, Bury and its attractions make a good day trip
Nestled between the Irwell and Medloack rivers Castlefield is where the Romans established 'Mamucium'. Experience the old and modern and explore its attractions
China Town, a stone's throw from Piccadilly Gardens, offers restaurants, specialist supermarkets and entertainment all in one space
Connecting most parts of the city, this mile-long road is worth a stroll along and offers some great shops and places to eatRead About All Manchester‘s Quarters