Interactive Map of Manchester
Manchester is an exciting cosmopolitan city with hundreds of excellent museums, tourist attractions and places to shop, eat and stay - you're guaranteed a great time when you visit this vibrant city. [more...]
By Air: Manchester Airport is 9 miles south of the city centre with connecting trains to Piccadilly Station.
By Road: The main circular route around Manchester in the M60 which connects with the M6 and the M62. From the south, use the M56 and the A556.
By Rail: Manchester has three main railway stations in the heart of the city making it easy to reach by train. Piccadilly Station has regular services from London, Birmingham and Glasgow along with a few local services. Local services are provided mainly by Northern into Victoria Station and Manchester Oxford Road Station, which is conveniently close to the University.
There is limited on-street metered parking in the city and multi-storey car parks such as the Arndale Centre car park can be busy and expensive. Spaces can usually be found behind Piccadilly Railway Station or opposite the Cathedral. As a last resort try the Coach Station car park.
Park and Ride services are recommended. From the M60 take junctions 9 or 10 and park free at the Trafford Centre. Buses frequently run into the city centre. Alternatively, the Ladywell Park and Ride is off the M602, junction 2 and offers free parking at the Tram Station.
Interactive map of Manchester: You can show or hide points of interest with the checkboxes, and click for photos and more details.