Manchester is charming, lively and attractive city. Manchester is renowned for being the north’s music capital, a vibrant university town, and home to the best-known football team in the world, Manchester United. After all, this was the city, which bring industrial revolution. The city boasts some of the most interesting galleries and museums in the UK, such as the Museum of Science and Industry, the Whitworth for modern art, the City Art Gallery, the Lowry and the Imperial War Museum North. Chinatown, near Piccadilly Gardens, offers, besides several shops, charming eating houses where excellent food is served. A few miles south of the city centre, in Rusholme, fans of Indian food will find plenty of restaurants along the famous "curry mile".
Manchester Paris Train EUROSTAR
Eurostar train has become the lifeline of this beautiful city. You don’t need to book separate tickets from Manchester to London St Pancras International station. Eurostar tied up with several train operating companies in UK. You just buy your ticket online with one price and you will be in the heart of the Paris city with in 5hr 12 min. The return fair will cost you around £91. Eurostar trains are the most suitable option to travel within Europe. The speed of 186mph makes your journey more exciting and thrilling. The most beautiful part of the Eurostar trains is the short check in process as compared to the low budgeted flights. The airports are mainly located at the outskirts of the main city create problem to travelers.
There are various services available from London to Manchester including Virgin Trains, Northern Rail and East Midlands Trains etc. Any of these trains will connect you to London's St Pancras International Station to connect you to Eurostar London Paris Train.
Manchester City Map