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With a population of well over 500,000 people, Manchester isn't only Britain's second largest city but its one of the country's fastest growing destinations.
Famed for its thriving football, music and arts scene, Manchester attracts almost 1 million visitors from both the UK and abroad every single year.
From the Northern Quarter to Salford, Deansgate to Piccadilly and China Town to the Gay Village, the city boasts an array of independent retailers and leading designer boutiques, trendy bars and top-flight restaurants.
This combined with the sporting excellence of Manchester United and Manchester City, make it easy to see why Manchester is such a popular destination with tourists and residents alike.