SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers daily international flight tickets to Manchester from many destinations in Scandinavia and around the world. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Enjoy the superb shopping, eating, drinking and nightlife in the city or head out to stunning countryside in the surrounding towns and villages. This free-spirited city demands your attention with a warm, no-nonsense welcome and a liberating open-mindedness that challenges you to take part.
What's up in Manchester
|Hidden gems |
For a few days in September, you get access to places normally closed to the public.
|Arty Stuff |
Urbis, City Art center. If you travel with kids, catch one of their workshops for children.
|Ice wall |
Practice ice axe moves on a 23-foot-high sheer wall of ice.
|Crew tip ||Passenger tip ||Passenger tip |
|Northern Quarter |
Manchester city center
Known as the creative quarter of Manchester. Lots of shops, cafés and bars. Affleck's Palace is a good stop, a former department store which has been turned into a multi-storey bazaar for alternative clothing and knickknacks. Shopping can be exhausting. Northern Quarter Restaurant & Bar, is a good place to fill up your enegy reserves. Great food and generous opening hours.
Llewelyn, ground crew
|Fletcher Moss Garden |
One of the best kept gardens in Manchester. Make sure to fill up the picnic basket at Barbakan Deli, another best in town.
Landmark art venue in Salford Quays. There's also a nice collection of shops and restaurants at the Lowry Plaza. Nice architecture around the place too, quite modern. It's a bit out of the way, but you get here quite easy by tram.
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