Teach in Manchester
Manchester is a major city in the North West of England, which boasts a rich industrial heritage, vibrant social scene and emerging music industry. It lies within the UK’s second most populous urban area, with a population of 2.55 million.
There are so many exciting things to do in Manchester. The city centre, Northern Quarter, Spinningfields, Canal Street, Didsbury and Salford Quays are some of the most popular areas to visit, and host a wide range of shopping areas, food markets, charming cafes and entertainment venues.
As well as being the fashion capital of the North, Manchester is also world famous for its sport, home to the Manchester United and Manchester City football clubs.
Manchester’s music scene is huge, with bands such as Oasis, Take That and The Smiths emerging from the city. There are hundreds of music venues across the city hosting weekly gigs, concerts and summer festivals for every music taste.
The city has fantastic transport connections, allowing you to get to London by train in under two hours. As well as brilliant bus, train and tram connections, Manchester also has a large international airport – so handy for travelling during half-term breaks.
Top Ten Things to do in Manchester