Manchester’s thriving city centre is shopping central and if you fancy something a little more energetic then in and around the city you can find paintball, dodgeball and even a thrilling high ropes course, which is bound to get the laughs going. If the footie scene of Manchester is what has drawn you in then you can book onto a stadium tour and if you’re wanting to keep things classic then why not take the lads to the races in the area, before hitting the top spots of Manchester’s club scene.
Manchester is packed full of diversity and an air pure cool. You can go anywhere from up the Curry Mile for your choice of Indian restaurants to start the night to any number of different bar crawls and pubs which run the length of the city along Oxford Road and then into the centre. If you want to give the lads a bit of a challenge before hitting the clubs, then why not give Man V Food a go and see which of the lads has the biggest appetite. Once you’re ready for the club scene Manchester has everything from 24/7 indie rock spots to classic hard house joints and everything in between. The city has the coolest atmosphere and being up North also makes it great value so you’ll be able to get a lot of booze for your cash, even when you work in those club entry costs. Of course if you’re looking for late night entertainment that is more about the ladies than the lager then you can settle in for a show or two at one of Manchester’s premier lap dance clubs.
If youíre going to Manchester between September and New Year then check out the Warehouse Project for a night out, they have some of the biggest DJs around.
Catch a football game at Old Trafford, Manchester Unitedís home ground but also an amazing stadium to watch a football game at whether youíre a Man United fan or not!
Go on the aerial extreme tree top adventure near the Trafford Centre, itís a high rope course with zip wires and climbing walls
Have a drink at one of the bars on the Quays, a waterfront area where there are some of the Manchester's best clubs.