Manchester is the second largest city in England, founded by the Romans since AD 79. Manchester is a vibrant urban hotspot with excellent nightlife, arts and culture. The city is surrounded by the countryside and the majestic Pennine Mountains, making it a perfect base for exploring the wilderness of the world. Manchester has a long history and is significant in many fields, including music, science and transport. It is home to the world's first intercity rail station and lively cultural scene, making it one of England's most exciting cities.When you intend to visit Manchester with a team, Coach Charter Germany is your bus company partner.
As a bus operator with more than 40 years of experience, Coach Charter Germany is your qualified and flexible charter partner when it comes to planning your ride. We have a wide fleet of new tour busses with various sizes and amenities. You can take advantage of our services and book an airport shuttle or charter bus for your sightseeing tours or a high-quality VIP tour bus for your business trip. Our Coach Charter Germany Charter Bus Team is always at your disposal and is pleased to provide you with a personalized rental bus service. Only let us know and ask for your personal coach charter service in Manchester.
If you're curious which places you should visit in Manchester, here are some tips from the bottom of the page. Keep in mind that our Coach Charter Germany airport shuttle and tour bus Coaches are the perfect way to travel around the city quickly and comfortably.
Designated as "Urban Heritage Park," Castlefield is a perfect place to start exploring Manchester, and a walk through the lovingly restored Victorian houses along the old canals or through the reconstructed Roman fort is a well spent time. Be sure to visit the Bridgewater Canal, built in 1761 to transport coal from the Worsley Mines to Manchester, and the many old factories that have been restored and transformed into offices, shops, hotels and restaurants. It is highly recommended to charter a bus to one of the Bridgewater tour boats.
2. Manchester Museum
The Manchester Museum is the largest university museum in the country with a collection of 4,500,000 items from around the world. The museum is located in a beautiful Gothic-style structure and displays the best of archaeology and natural history. The museum features a number of galleries focusing on various subjects such as fossils, the ancient world, and world culture. There is a special exhibit of Manchester's natural history, which looks at the city's origins as an underwater world, and then as a lake. Spend some time in the zoo's vivarium, a collection of live reptiles and amphibians, and home to some of the rarest frogs in the world. The tour bus is a reminder of Stan the T.Rex, the well-preserved skeleton of the iconic dinosaur that boasts the finest tyrannosaurus rex skull in the world.
3. National Football Museum
Hosting two of Europe's strongest football teams – Man City and Man United – Manchester is the ideal venue to celebrate the country's favorite sport. The National Football Museum is expected to be the first stop. This football sanctuary features unique sport-related memorabilia, including items such as the very first rulebook, as well as famous trophies and apparel. A variety of excellent short films demonstrate the history of sport, while fun hands-on (and foot-on, for that matter) shows provide plenty of additional entertainment for youngsters. It is also worth visiting one (or both) of Manchester's home stadium teams. Manchester City's Etihad Stadium provides a number of fun-filled tour options, including behind-the-scenes and deluxe dinner tours, while Old Trafford-home to Manchester United-offers guided tours that provide access to private boxes and the opportunity to walk the field itself.
4. Museum of Science and Industry
Manchester has played an important role in the fields of science and technology throughout its history. The Science and Technology Museum recognizes this dedication with a wide variety of exhibits and displays in the fields of transport, energy and computing. Learn about Manchester's position in the thriving transport industry with a train ride from 1830 and samples of the initial machines used over the last 300 years. The museum is ideal for families with a wide variety of hands-on activities for children and adults alike, including science experiments, virtual reality booths and sports. The museum provides a fun and interesting way to learn about the city and the sector and how technology is still an important part of Manchester's heritage. The charter bus will drive you there.
The vibrant home of one of the largest Chinese communities in Britain, Chinatown, is only a stone's throw from the Manchester Art Gallery. The richly decorated arched gateway leading into the district is particularly striking. Many shops and restaurants offering a wide range of culinary delights from Hong Kong and Beijing have been built in this section, while the Center for Contemporary Chinese Art has unique Chinese handicrafts and works of art. A bus rental at our bus company will make it easier for your group to get there.
6. Manchester Town Hall
Manchester Town Hall, the emblem of Manchester's skyline, is the heart of the city. With its stunning Gothic architecture dating back to 1877, you can spend some time admiring the Town Hall on the picturesque Albert Square. The clock tower is 85 meters tall and looks out over the city. Book a tour of the beautiful interior, with its high arched ceilings and elegant spiral stairs, gilded in gold. Manchester Town Hall has been used to film scenes in a number of big-budget films, including The Iron Lady, Sherlock Holmes and Victor Frankenstein. This historic spot is the ideal place to learn more about the city and see some stunning architecture. Chartered Bus would be a good partner to discover this incredible architecture and history.
7. People's History Museum
A bus rental would like to bring you to the People's History Museum, which is the National Center for the Archive, Preservation, Display and Study of Materials Related to the History of Working People in Britain. Located in the former pumping station, the museum depicts the history of British democracy and its effects on the population, as well as large collections of artifacts related to trade unions and women's suffrage. Two other museums in the region are the Manchester Jewish Museum, with its collection dealing with the Jewish community of the city, and the Transport Museum, with its many antique busses and other vehicles belonging to the transport services of the city.
8. Royal Exchange
The Royal Exchange is one of the most prominent entertainment venues in the city, with a theater and shopping center on site. The building was completed in 1921 and suffered historic damage both in the Second World War and beyond. The Royal Exchange still has beautiful architecture, but the highlight is the theater, considered to be one of the best in the city. There are also a number of cafes and restaurants inside the complex that can be visited before or after a show, making this an excellent way to encounter a new culture in a historic setting. If you feel brave, try to find the ghosts that are said to haunt the house, including the presence of the actor James Maxwell. Tour Bus will take care of your team transport here.
9. Heaton Park
Heaton Park, which occupies around 600 acres, is the largest park in Greater Manchester and one of the largest urban parks in Europe
. The Heaton Hall, built in 1772, is situated right in the heart of the park, and although it is not currently open to the public, it remains an impressive sight. The park has been extensively remodeled and retains many of its original buildings and views. Sports lovers can enjoy the 18-hole golf course, driving range, mini putt and tennis courts, while families can visit the swimming pool, animal farm, woods, ornamental gardens, the Observatory, Adventure Park and the Voluntary Tram and Museum. Our bus company is going to make sure you arrive safely and soundly at this spectacular and famous landmark of Manchester.
10. Manchester Cathedral
The Manchester Cathedral has been in place since 1421, with an exterior Gothic style that imposes and awes. The site of the church has been used for centuries, with evidence of the ancient church that existed here in AD 700. The cathedral boasts a great deal of heritage, including the stone used to make its walls full of tiny fossils. The Cathedral is home to a number of well-preserved mercies, special shelves built to alleviate the discomfort of standing for a long time, including beautiful wood carvings. Drop by the Visitor Center to learn more about the history of the Cathedral and to see some special features, including the Hanging Bridge. Chartered Bus by Coach Charter Germany will get you there fast.
Your Coach Charter Germany tour bus driver will pick you up from Manchester International Airport or any other place in and around Manchester to get you to your destination. Our airport shuttle will take about 20 minutes to get to the city center of Manchester. Hiring a private bus with a driver and an airport shuttle is the perfect choice for community travel. If you're planning to visit Manchester, hiring your own coach and driver is a calming, convenient, versatile and comfortable way to ride. If you need to fit a big group or only a small family group, as a charter bus rental company with more than 40 years of experience, we have a tour bus fleet, drivers and expertise to make your trip to Manchester a success. If you need more details or would like to receive an bid, please contact our Coach Charter Germany team.