Reasons to book cheap Manchester flights
A major city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester in England, Manchester is bordered by the Pennines to the east and north, the Cheshire Plain to the south, and an arc of towns forming a continuous conurbation. The city is the commercial and cultural capital of Lancashire and is a remarkable center of media, arts, and higher education. In addition, an affluent mix of culture and history is on display in its galleries, museums, and art centers.Castlefield
Located to the west of Deansgate Station, Castlefield is designated as an 'Urban Heritage Park'. It is a great place to start the exploration of Manchester. Tourists can enjoy walking amidst beautiful restored Victorian houses or through the Roman Fort. One must not miss out on exploring Bridgewater Canal built in 1761 to for transportation of coal from the mines in Worsley to Manchester. Other attractions here include the Castlefield Art Gallery and Bridgewater Hall.Museum of Science and Industry
Located on the site of the oldest railroad station of the world, Museum of Science and Industry features 12 galleries including the Power Hall with its steam and water-driven machines dating to the golden age of textile industry, and vintage made-in-Manchester cars. Station Building in the museum documents the history of Manchester from the Roman period through the Industrial Revolution to modern times. Another must-see attraction at the museum is the Art and Space Gallery, which houses a lot of historic aircraft.Manchester Cathedral
Raised to cathedral status in 1847, Manchester Cathedral is located on the banks of the Irwell. The most notable feature of the cathedral are Choir-stalls. The chapels positioned on the both sides of the choir and naves were constructed between 1486 and 1508.