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Visit the Quays, Greater Manchester's stunning waterfront destination, and discover culture, history, heritage, shopping and sport within just one square mile. With an award-winning theatre, gallery and museum, discount shopping, stunning...more
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Spent an interesting long weekend there recently. Having been brought up in the south Manchester area, I was eager to see the changes over the years. Seeing the shots on BBC Breakfast I was keen to see it for myself.
We stayed locally in a...More
It is quite remarkable how this area of the city has been transformed from a former shipping yard, to a vibrant shopping, culture and living area.
Now home to media city (BBC, itv etc) with plenty of bars and restaurants. A small, but adequate shopping...More
Recently spent 3nights staying in the Salford Quays/Media City area of Manchester.
The building work & thought to the design of the area is truly outstanding.
There is so much to see & do here and by the look of the building work still being...More
We have just spent 3 nights at this guest house,excellent ,food the rooms were really nice ,lovely spotlessly clean,beautiful bedding and comfy beds, the owners could not do enough for you, we highly recommend it,we will definitely return, will be booking for next year.
I heard this comment just days ago! It is a bustling area now, with coaches of tourists coming in to visit the Lowry Theatre and Gallery perhaps take a BBC Tour or Coronation Street Tour or walk over the bridge to the Imperial War Museum....More
Salford Quays is a great place to walk along on a sunny Sunday. The star attractions are the Lowry and the Imperial War Museum, the others are pretty average. The market offered nothing particularly special but was pleasant and the outlet centre was the usual...More
Staying in the Salford Quays, it was interesting to see how the former quays of the Manchester shipping canal had been redeveloped since the quays closed in the early 1980's.
Lots of apartments, shops, restaurants, hotels.......
A little bit of a characterless mickymouse land, forgetting...More