If you're only in this city for 48 hours...
You can pack a lot into a couple of days – try this itinerary to make the most of it.
At Australasia, Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours with European cooking tradition, a blend of Indonesian, Southeast Asian influences and Australia’s strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste.
The well-informed and friendly tour guides will entertain and surprise you as you walk in the footsteps of your favourite stars. They’ll make sure that you see the most interesting areas available when you visit.
Blue Daisy Cafe
At the Blue Daisy Cafe, breakfast is served all day including vegan and veggie brekkies. Lunch is all about the deli counter, filled each day with lovingly handmade salads, soups, sandwiches, and daily specials.
Bonbon Chocolate Boutique
Bonbon Chocolate Boutique is an artisan chocolatier and café, selling fine chocolates, truffles and treats. It offers a unique experience, being the only chocolatier in Manchester to sell handmade chocolates produced on the premises.
Carluccio’s is an Italian restaurant located in Spinningfields, at the heart of the financial district. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers diners a broad range of classic Italian food.
Dive NQ have taken the dive bar concept and put their own twist on it to make it a truly unique experience right in the heart of the Northern Quarter, with live DJs, entertainment and sports to drinks and bites.
Épernay pride themselves on delivering the highest of quality in their products. All of the Champagne, wine and cocktails have been hand picked through an extensive process in order to deliver a touch of luxury.
IMAX is an entertainment experience so real you feel it in your bones, so magical it takes you to places you have never been: so all-encompassing you’re not just peeking through the window, but part of the action.
Visit Imperial War Museum to discover fascinating stories about people who have been affected by war. Personal experiences are revealed with over 1400 objects, daily tours and uniquely immersive and interactive displays.
John Rylands Library
Home to The University of Manchester Library’s world-class Special Collections. These collections feature over 1.4 million items spanning five thousand years and include rare books, maps, manuscripts and visual archives.
Rice ‘n’ Three
Rice ‘n’ Three has a renowned homely atmosphere which welcomes you upon entry. The menu provides a variety of dishes daily, from meat, chicken, fish, vegetables and lentils with prices to suit every budget.
Sugar Junction is a cafe that was born from a passion of baking, a love for good wholesome food, excellent coffee, beautiful tea, enthusiasm for beautifully unique drinks and of course, a love for everything vintage.
The Press Club
The Press Club is concealed behind an unassuming glass door on Queen Street. Originally intended as a drinking establishment for late-finishing journalists, this club still opens until 6am each and every night.