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Living in Manchester: The Local Area Guide

Manchester is a city located in the borough of Greater Manchester in the north west of England. Having been unofficially dubbed “The Capital of the North,” Manchester has since outgrown its reputation as the world’s first industrial city and has transformed itself into a progressive metropolis renowned not only for its world-famous musical and sporting achievements, but as a thriving cultural hub with its finger pressed firmly on the pulse of modern life.

Though Manchester is often seen as the United Kingdom’s “second city,” one could certainly argue that it rivals London in terms of its offerings. Those interested in moving to Manchester need only to consider the friendly, liberal attitudes of its inhabitants, the sheer number of museums, galleries and attractions available to visitors, and world-class institutions such as the University of Manchester. Take a stroll down celebrated Oxford Road and breathe in the artistic highlights, or visit the famous - and newly-refurbished - Manchester Arena to catch a show: whatever you’re looking for, Manchester almost certainly has it.

The city is also expanding day by day, as proven by the sheer number of projects in development, be they housing, shopping or business related, whilst Manchester’s vast array of residential options – from the trendy Manchester was the first place in the UK to have a light tram rail system: made up of seven different lines. The Manchester Metrolink – the country’s largest – serves 93 stations in both the city and across Greater Manchester, offering a simple and cost-effective way to get about. Manchester is also lucky enough to have its own airport, Manchester Airport, which offers flights to 255 destinations both domestic and abroad.

Amenities & Shopping

When it comes to shopping, there are an overwhelming number of options available in and around Manchester city centre. From the tiny boutique stores and second-hand shops located around the fashionable Triangle area, to the high-end shops and malls located around Deansgate, Manchester stands tall as one of the best and most exciting places in the entire country to shop.

The Manchester Arndale, one of the largest shopping centres in Europe, contains hundreds of stores and is also currently in the process of developing a brand new dining sector, whilst the Northern Quarter is known for its quirky shops and bars and has been compared to London’s Soho for its eclectic range of stores and eateries.

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