Manchester is an English city renowned for its football team, but also offers other attractions.

We approach Salford Quays, restored pier, the home of The Lowry, dedicated to a cultural complex of modern art, especially the fine arts.

One of the buildings that should visit the town hall, neo-gothic and known for its tower of 87 meters and the facade with the most important figures in the history of the city. Also visit the beautiful cathedral built in 1421, the St. Ann church, eighteenth century and the Royal Exchange, neoclassical style. We can go to the wheel of Manchester to enjoy the city in style.

Among the museums, the Manchester Museum highlights with exhibits of dinosaurs, Egyptology and Mediterranean archeology. It is also advisable to visit the Museum of Science and Industry, comprehensive and interactive. Manchester City Art Galleries are an important collection of British art, primarily pre-Raphaelite painters and primitive art of Italian, French and Flemish schools. It also offers collections of silverware, ceramics and glassware. Art lovers should also go to the Whitworth Gallery with works of great gymnastics. In the Imperial War Museum we can know in detail the history of the wars, including two world wars and electricity. Besides football fans should not miss, Manchester United Museum and stadium tour.

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