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Explore Manchester

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  1. Trafford
    Home of Manchester United Football Club and Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Trafford is widely held as an international sporting destination, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
  2. Oldham
    Oldham is a town in the North of Greater Manchester with access to spectacular and unrivalled countryside.
  3. Salford
    Ideally located where Salford meets Manchester on the banks of the River Irwell, Salford showcases the very best in heritage, arts, culture, sport, shopping, relaxation and stunning scenery.
  4. Tameside
    Tameside stretches eastward from Manchester to the fringes of the Peak District National Park. Its landscape encompasses urban centres, moorland and the spectacular vistas of Werneth Low.
  5. Stockport
    Stockport’s architecture is enriched with history. The borough is home to over 380 listed buildings, 6 ancient monuments and one of the most iconic viaducts in the UK.
  6. Rochdale
    Rochdale has some of the most beautiful countryside in the region, and is home to a number of well-known landmarks.
  7. Wigan
    Wigan is a surprising mixture of character, history, heritage and transition. The area has a vibrant mixture of fantastic amenities including great shopping facilities, a vast array of pubs, clubs and restaurants, accommodation, plus tranquil countryside and lakes, and award-winning attractions.
  8. Bolton
    Bolton is friendly town full of character in Greater Manchester, Ideally located close to the scenic West Pennine Moors on the edge of stunning countryside.
  9. Bury
    Just north of Manchester, the borough of Bury is a great combination of award winning attractions, excellent food and drink and excellent shopping opportunities.

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