The Gay Village
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The Gay Village Vacation Packages
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To the west of The Gay Village, 0.4 miles away, is Manchester.
You'll enjoy touring the Imperial War Museum North, which is in Salford, just 2 miles from The Gay Village.
Greater Manchester is a place steeped in sporting history. Cheer along with local sports nuts at John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield, home to the Huddersfield Giants and the Huddersfield Town FC. To take in a game, go 25 miles northeast from The Gay Village. Afterwards, follow the throngs of local sports fans to the nearby pubs to relive the match's greatest moments.
Leave enough time to travel to Manchester City Centre, which is 0.2 miles out of The Gay Village. This is where you can see The King's House and St. Ann's Church. In addition, you could check out Prestwich Forest Park and Barton Swing Aqueduct in Trafford. This nice spot is about 4 miles out of The Gay Village.
There are plenty of ways to make the most of the outdoors in the region. Ice skating and hiking are just two activities you can pick from.
If you're the kind of traveler who likes to slow things down while on vacation, you'll find great cycling and shore fishing.
Activities such as guided nature walks and city walking tours are a good way to learn all about this part of the world and its culture.
When the temperature's climbing and you're looking to cool down, there's nothing better than water sports. Try swimming and sailing in Greater Manchester.
Be sure to take your tastebuds on a tour of this region's culinary traditions.
Unravel the secrets of the area's food scene by embarking on a culinary adventure. You'll find that the local dishes often include fish and lamb.
Don't go home prior to trying bangers and mash (sausages with mashed potatoes) and ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread, pickles and cold cuts).
Invigorate your tastebuds with a local favorite, spotted dick (sponge pudding of dried fruits with custard), for an indulgent experience that will leave you fully satisfied.
The bars in Greater Manchester almost always offer Yorkshire Bitter, so be sure to try one if you love trying the local ale.
As a great accompaniment to your lunch, you'll be able to enjoy hot chocolate, an alcohol-free option that is popular in the region.
You'll see many locals drinking Bombay Saphire Gin, a popular drink here.
Many people don't feel as though a culinary journey is done and dusted until they've tasted the regional wine. It may interest you to try Denbies Pinot Gris and Chapel Down Chardonnay.
After being blown away by the jaw-dropping beauty of Greater Manchester, you might find it hard to say your final goodbyes to this enchanting part of the world.
If your plans include traveling by air, take into account that the handiest airport is 8 miles to the south of The Gay Village.
Accommodation in The Gay Village
You can explore 6 The Gay Village lodging options by checking out Expedia's user-friendly The Gay Village lodging page.
Why not commence the quest for the dream The Gay Village base by browsing the great amenities of the luxurious SACO Manchester - Piccadilly, located at 6 Minshull Street, and the Townhouse Hotel Manchester, at 101 Portland Street. If you want to see what the more economical options are like, the Atrium by BridgeStreet Apartments, at 74 Princess St, and the Britannia Hotel - Manchester City Centre, at 35 Portland Street, are worth checking out too.