Tours from Manchester

Tours from Manchester - the Vibrant Heart of England

What better place to begin your journey around England, than with a tour from Manchester. As a central hub of the country, branching off to other cities and counties has never been easier. Want to visit the Welsh landscape and discover their magnificent mountains and castles? Or head for a trip to the Peak District and enjoy the rural sights and famous delights. No matter how far you aim to see while touring the UK, a trip from Manchester can set you off in the right direction.

Staying in Manchester prior to your tour? Their football teams are goal-scoring legends, their musicians are convention-smashing creatives, and their scientists changed the world: Manchester is the home to the best of Britain. Having this city as your starting base can only deepen your understanding of British culture further. 


Planning Your Tour from Manchester

Surrounding this city in the heart of England is a world waiting to be explored on small-group tours. And it’s more than just England waiting for you. Why not venture to passionate Wales and discover untapped beauty, or travel further north and see what a trip to Scotland has in store.

Travel Responsibly from Manchester

Our mission is to protect the places we love, including all touring hotspots that surrounds Manchester. Through our responsible travel initiative, we donate, volunteer, use small mini-coaches and do as much as we can to protect locations for future generations to enjoy.

Did You Know?

- Manchester is home to Chetham’s Library, the oldest public library in the English speaking world.
- In 1903, the Women’s Social and Political Union was founded in Manchester by political activist Emmeline Pankhurst, an important step in the Suffragette movement.
- The benefits and interest in vegetarian diet was founded in Salford in 1847.

Don’t Miss Out

- John Rylands Library is a neo-gothic wonder you won’t want to miss when roaming Manchester. With its vaulted ceilings and incredible windows, this library is closer to a cathedral.
- From the National Football Museum to the Science and Industry Museum, you’ll find a museum for you no matter your interests.