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The WHLN Essential A to Z Guide to Manchester

The WHLN Essential A to Z Guide to ManchesterNew to the city? Student, visitor or BBC employee? Lost, lonely, trying to find your way around? Youíve come to the right place.
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The Word on the Street

The Word on the StreetAn end of the summer roundup from Manchesterís bar, club and restaurant scene.
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Judge Jules Comes to Venus

Judge Jules Comes to VenusRadio One DJ set to play for Manchesterís Freshers
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Warehouse Project 2010 Update

Warehouse Project 2010 UpdateMany shows selling out, plus the Warehouse Project takes on London
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Manchester Food and Drink Awards 2010

Manchester Food and Drink Awards 2010The nominations for this yearís awards have been announced.
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Manchester Pride 2010

Manchester Pride 2010Pride is back, bigger and better than ever.
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About Manchester
Manchester NightclubsFrom the themed clubs of Peter Street to the underground events in the Northern Quarter, Manchester's nightlife has matured since the 'Madchester' era, when the Hacienda and the Boardwalk put us on the map.

From the historic venues like the Music Box) to the paradise factory, Romp, Twisted Elegance and Tribal Sessions & Sankeys Saturdays (both at Sankeys Soap) take place each week; clubs like 5th Avenue, 42nd Street and the Mutz Nutz provide the indie connection and a growing array of underground nights cover from house, hip-hop and everything in between.

Pictured left: Warehouse Project, Manchester | club search | Manchester nightclubs >>
Manchester Bars and PubsManchesters has a thriving bar scene, and recent launches like the Cocoa Rooms and bluu and have bolstered an all-star line-up of drinking holes.

Old favourites like The Living Room, circle club and Tribeca are still hugely popular. The Northern Quarter has seen more new bars open recently, and the popular Rodeo, socio rehab and Matt and Phreds still pack them in. "

Pictured left: Kro Bar, Oxford Road, Manchester | bar search | Manchester bars >>

Manchester Property & Estate AgentsFlash back ten and the population of Manchester city centre stood at less than one thousand people - now there are over two hundred developments within the centre alone.

These buildings are now home to some twenty thousand people. This property explosion has resulted in some world class designs and outstanding developments, from the leafy and waterlined streets of Castlefield (where Urban Splash has won a clutch of awards for its developments) to the hustle and bustle of Deansgate, there are properties to suit every taste and pocket.


Pictured left: Skyline Central, Manchester | estate agents | Manchester property >>

Manchester RestaurantsEating out in Manchester has always been a joy, and the cities Chinatown and Curry Mile meant that you were never far from a restaurant. Now there are hundreds of dining experiences across the city, from the many Italian restaurants like Cocotoos to the likable Indian food at Akbars.

Chinatown is still as popular as ever, and now Spinningfields is a mecca for food lovers thanks to recent openings including Wagamama and Giraffe Pictured left: Gaucho Grill | restaurant search | Manchester restaurants >>

HotelsManchester is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK, but thankfully the price of a hotel in Manchester hasn't shot up - but the quality certainly has. Dotted around the city centre are hundreds of boutique hotels, cheap and cheerful budget accommodation and an ever growing number of serviced apartments. A room in the city centre can be yours for as little as £40 per night, or as much as £400.

If the hustle and bustle of central Manchester is too much for you then take a look at the hotels in Didsbury and Chorlton - both are just a short ride in a car to the city centre, but the much quieter, and each area has it's own eclectic collection of shops and restaurants.

Pictured left: Lowry Hotel, Manchester | hotel search | Manchester hotels >>

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