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The up-side for visitors is that Manchester is a fast paced, exciting, thriving city that never sleeps; the down side for drivers is that it is the 12th most congested city in Europe. Mancunians work hard and play hard. The old Industrial Revolution symbol of the worker bee, which still adorns the mosaic floors of the Town Hall, seems as appropriate now as it was during Manchester’s industrial heyday.
There’s so much to see in this city, it’s a good idea to buy a guide book if you’re intending to stay a while. But to start with, the Grade I listed Manchester Art Gallery, the tiny neo-Classical Portico Library and the glorious Victorian Gothic Town Hall are all must-visits if you’re sauntering through the centre. Other notable places are The John Ryland’s Library, The Museum of Science & Industry, and The People’s History Museum. The 15th century Chetham’s Library where Marx and Engels penned The Communist Manifesto is worth a browse.
When it comes to eating and drinking, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Behind the Manchester Art Gallery on Faulkner Street is Chinatown with its noodle bars and Asian cafes. And close to Piccadilly Station a cluster of luxury hotels host some of the city’s most exciting kitchens. There are shopping arcades and markets aplenty but explore King Street, New Cathedral Street and the 18th century St Ann’s Square for a diverse choice of shops, exclusive boutiques, smart cafes and luxury stores.
There are 36 NCP car parks in Manchester city centre in total, so finding a parking space might prove expensive but not impossible. Regular low cost trams, a park and ride service, and Metroshuttle, the city’s zero-fare bus service make dropping your car outside the centre an attractive option.
The Manchester region is served by extensive road networks with both linear and orbital motorways. The M62 (East) links Manchester with Leeds, the Humber ports, the M1 and the A1. The M62 West means driving to Liverpool takes less than an hour. The M6 Northbound links Manchester to the Lake District, Carlisle and Scotland while the M6 Southbound links connects to Birmingham, Bristol, Wales and London. The M60 ring road loops the city and can become very clogged up between junctions 12 and 15, while traffic jams on the M6 due to ongoing roadworks and accidents are common, so avoid rush hour.
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