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Manchester Taxi

Taxis are considerably cheaper than in London. As a general rule you should be able to get anywhere you need to go within the core of the city for £5-10. Because of the nature of the tight local ...

Manchester trams

There was a day when trams dominated the streets of every major European city. Since the turn of the 20th century, though, this particular transit system fell into a steady decline, as other modes of people ...

Manchester trains

With six train companies operating in and out of Manchester, the options can be confusing. The best way to cope is to think of train stations as airports, and the various carriers as different airlines, each ...

Manchester car parks

Car parking is possible in the city but is fairly expensive which is part of a deliberate policy to encourage people to use public transport.

Bus to/from Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport is well served by a network of local and regional buses running daily from early morning to late night, including weekends and bank holidays. There is now a 24 hour bus service operating ...