Arguably most famous for its two premier league football team, Manchester is, however, more than just a city full of world class footballers and WAGs.
Take the media for example. Media City, in the outskirts of the city, plays a very important role in this industry, as it is here where ITV, the BBC’s Religion & Ethics department and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, for instance, are situated.
Along with the University of Salford and many businesses, banks and hotels known world-wide, Mediacity is an international hub and not only for the media.
With flights to 230 destinations in 63 countries, Manchester Airport is not only the most accessible in the UK but also the third busiest and one of the 25 largest in Europe. It is therefore hardly surprising that Manchester is the second most popular city in England with international tourists.
In 2012 alone, just under one million international visitors visited the city, which the majority of people consider to be England’s second city.
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