Airport Pickups London provides taxi transportation services from London Airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City Airport) to any Manchester destination or Manchester airport. Whatever the reason business or leisure we will be the perfect choice. We can offer transportation to Manchester for different size groups, we have a range of saloon, MPV and 8 Seater vehicles all of which are no older than 3 years.
The distance between Heathrow Airport and Manchester is 210 miles in distance, and the journey time is around 3 hours and 30 mins and 210 miles in distance.
Due to the long distance of the journey, we provide quality vehicles for passenger comfort.
You can also request a wireless internet for your journey. We are proving you a free dongle with unlimited internet usage. Please advise us of this preference at least one day before your pick up date.
All Manchester post codes are same price. If your address is outside Manchester, and more then 5 miles away from Manchester Town Centre, we charge £1.50 per extra mile.
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Manchester grew from a small town in the late 18th century to become one of the most important cities of the industry Revolution. It made its money from cotton, earning it the nickname Cottonopolis. Waves of decline and rebuilding followed, a highlight being Manchester’s successful hosting of the 2002 commonwealth Games, which has created entire new areas.
Great buildings, such as the neo-Gothic Town Hall (tours Sat and Wed 2pm; book through tourist information), and the Royal Exchange (the former Cotton Exchange), speak of the wealth of the late 18th century, and you are free to wander around these building. The top attraction is Urbis (daily 10-6), housed in a shimmering glass building near the cathedral. Inside, state-of-the-art interactive displays and exhibits lead you through a journey exploring life in different cities of the world.
Carefully restored and given a striking new stone and glass extension to the original, stone-built, porticoed Victorian building, the Manchester Art Gallery (Tue-Sun 10-5) can show off its artistic wealth, which includes a great collection of modern pieces as well as its noted Pre-Raphaelite paintings. The ground floor is home to the Manchester Gallery, with works by L. S. Lowry (1887-1976) and others. In the Castlefield district, the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester (daily 10-5) is an excellent free visit, with Robert Stephenson’s 1830 locomotive Planet.
Salford Quays houses two major free tourist attractions. Within a gleaming steel-built structure, The Lowry (galleries: Sun-Fri 11-5, Sat 10-5) encompasses theatres and galleries, including an exhibition of Lowry paintings, with some of his earlier, iconic images of matchstick men in the Imperial War Museum North (Mar – end Oct daily 10-6; Nov-end Feb 10-5), an ingenious building made of three shards of fracture steel to represent the world’s conflict on land, sea and air.
Manchester Football Club
Match tickets may be virtually impossible to obtain, but a visit to Old Trafford’s Theatre of Dreams museum – covering the history of the club from 1878 to the present day – is the next best thing.
Address: Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 0RA Tel: 01618688000; 08704421994 Time: Daily 9.30-5 Stadium tour and museum: adult £10, child £7, family £30 ; museum only: adult £6.50, child £4.75, family £20