Driving Lessons Manchester
Manchester as a city is split into two parts; the inner city has a population of almost half a million people, the outer areas known as Greater Manchester contains a further two and a half million people. Manchester has had a major influence on industry and music over the last century, and is considered to be the capital of the north. Manchester is a major university town, with two traditional colleges, The University of Manchester and the Manchester Metropolitan University.There is also a specialised college in the form of the Royal Northern College of Music.
Manchester also has a long sporting tradition, especially football; with two well know local teams, Manchester United and their ground Old Trafford and Manchester City who use the City of Manchester Stadium as their home ground. One of the newest attractions in Manchester is the Manchester Wheel; this is located in Exchange Square, a great way to view the city from above.
Manchester has a few specialised districts. Manchester’s Chinatown sprung up in the 1970s, a place where you will fine Chinese spoken more often than English, a great place to sample excellent East Asian food. The Village has grown around the area close to Canal Street; this is Manchester’s Gay area, although many of the bars and nightclubs are favourites of heterosexuals as well.
Manchester International Airport is the largest airport in the UK outside of London, serving the domestic and short haul market as well as most major long haul destinations.