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Transport

One way ticket
(local transport)

£2.71

Taxi 1km
(Normal Tariff)

£1.8

Restaurants

Cheap
Meals

£12.03

Coke / Pepsi
(0.33 liter bottle)

£1.18

Markets

A dozen
Eggs

£1.84

Pack of
Cigarettes

£9.62

Manchester Overview


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Cheap flights to Manchester
City
Now with cheap flights to Manchester, visit the beautiful city of England. Manchester remains the major hub for arts and media. On the famous Liverpool road you can find the Castlefield project which is a major attraction for tourists and a heaven for shopping lovers. You can find some of the amazing retailer shops here like the Royal Exchange, King Street and St Anne's Square. The castlefield is an Urban Heritage Park and to begin exploring the city it is a perfect place. Visit the Museum of Science and Industry has 12 galleries and a Power Hall. The Air and Space Gallery is another major attraction having many old and historic artifacts. Visit the Manchester Cathedral which dates back to 1422. Don’t forget to see the Manchester Town Hall which is a Neo gothic styled building and brings out the beautiful panoramic views of the city. Visit the Manchester Art Gallery which is a 17th century art gallery having the largest collection of Britain’s art. Now with cheap flights to Manchester, explore the magnificent and vibrant city of England, so get your tickets now and fly with Dream World Travel.

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3 facts about Manchester


1

Manchester is a famous & a main metropolitan of England with a rich business tradition.

2

The Castlefield preservation area’s 18th-century waterway system evokes the metropolis’s days as a fabric powerhouse.

3

Tourists can trace the past at the communicating Museum of Science & Industry.

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