Manchester has a rich history but also a modern art hub, grand Victorian markets and trendy food halls, historic music bands to up-and-coming musical talents.
The proposed suggestion of air bridges have reignited hopes of a summer holiday abroad with many Brits eager for a getaway after months in lockdown.
Manchester’s tourism industry could be set for a further boost with the introduction of the city’s first daily sightseeing bus service this week.
Last year, Manchester was ranked the third most-visited city in the UK, behind London and Edinburgh.
‘A cherished experience’: First-rate hospitality with Hainan Airlines for new Manchester-Beijing route
You may not be familiar with the name yet, but prepare to hear a lot more about Hainan Airlines due to their direct four-times-a-week service from Manchester to Beijing which commenced in 2016.
Traders aged 16 to 30 will be offering a range of goods to the shopping public, including delicious street food, handmade crafts, artisan treats, vintage clothing and funky own-brand fashion.
Syria air strikes will wound ‘resilient’ travel industry but only in short-term, says Manchester Airport boss
The travel industry will suffer following parliament’s decision to extend airstrikes on ISIL in Syria – but not for long – according to Manchester Airport’s Managing Director.
‘Not embarrassed to shout about it’: The Whitworth add tourism award to year of ‘surpassing expectations’
The Whitworth Art Gallery claimed the ‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year’ at the Greater Manchester Tourism Awards ceremony at Hotel Football on Thursday.
With the looming general election and prospect of devolution the city is ‘at a very important point in our history’ according to the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) chief executive.
It seems that naming your business after the city’s most famous artist could be the way to go, if The Lowry’s scoop of a top Manchester tourism award is anything to go by.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg promises to improve Northern transport links by 2025