What are the Manchester Christmas Markets?

31st October 2016

We’re hosting a two-day jam-packed itinerary to cram in the eight amazing Christmas markets and the Trafford Centre in Manchester!

Manchester is fast-becoming the shopping destination of the North with its incredible intu Trafford Centre and Manchester Arndale Centre, plus, at Christmas, the city goes one better with an incredible eight Christmas markets!

Manchester Arndale includes shopping delights like Coast, Disney, Dune, Holland & Barratt, Kurt Geiger, the Manchester City store, Pandora and Radley London.

It is also a stone’s throw away from the recent Cathedral Street development which includes Harvey Nichols, Reiss, Ted Baker, Burberry, 7 For All Mankind, Hugo Boss and Michael Kors.

The intu Trafford Centre is a hub of shopping for all tastes with the Apple Store, Hollister, Hotel Chocolat, Laura Ashley Home, Mamas & Papas and so much more!

About the Christmas Markets

The award-winning Manchester Christmas Markets offer mouth-watering international food, drinks and delicately crafted Yuletide gifts.

European and local producers offer everything from fine amber jewellery, handcrafted leather bags and top-quality bonsai trees in 300 beautifully festooned stalls and chalets.

Manchester’s Christmas Markets are famous for traditional bratwurst, but you can also treat yourself to Hungarian goulash, Spanish paella or a good old-fashioned hog roast!

Visit Manchester Christmas Markets on a two-day trip with Stanley Travel

Our two day trip includes an overnight stay at the elegant Portland Thistle Hotel, which is situated in the city centre, overlooking Piccadilly Gardens. The hotel’s location means you’ll be only a short walk to the Christmas Markets and the Manchester Arndale Centre!

This is a half-board stay and the rooms are en-suite, with unlimited Wi-Fi in the hotel, you’re also ideally located for Portland Street’s bars and restaurants.

Come along to visit Manchester with Stanley Travel on November 19th. To book please visit the event page.

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