When I visited Manchester, England, what surprised me most was how quaint it was. The city’s dichotomy of historic-industrial chic and creative energy buzzes through its streets to create a palpable sense of hope and community. But above all else, Ma...
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Britain’s “capital of the north” and third most visited city, Manchester, has so much to offer visitors, even if they’re only there for the day. There’s no better way to hit all the must-sees in a city than by a tour organized for you, and Manchester has several of them catering to each type of traveler and their passions.
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Whether you prefer planning an elaborate ceremony in a luxurious location with an on-site wedding planner or would rather head to an adventurous escape with just your partner by your side, there’s a queer-friendly destination for every personality and wedding ambiance that exists.
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The streetwise northern star is getting more la-di-da, with everything from Damon Albarn operas to Latin street food - but the city hasn't lost its hedonistic streak. Here's our insider guide to the best things do in Manchester.
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"TPG staffers are avid travelers, and we’re always on the hunt for the next hot destination. To help you plan next year’s travels, we put together a list of the 12 best places to visit in 2019 — a trip for every month of the year."
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Bott and Co, a legal organization in the UK, found the top 50 international cities for foodies, based on the number of nationalities represented in each city's restaurant scene. Some of these cities might surprise you, and you may not have heard of some national cuisines. It's always the hole in-the-wall restaurants — ones that you maybe can't pronounce — that are the best.
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