How to get to Manchester
Manchester International Airport serves over 190 destinations worldwide, which is a lot more than any other airport in the UK. It can also be an ideal gateway to the Northwest region of England.
There are four main train stations in Manchester: Deansgate, Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Victoria.
Virgin Trains, all around UK
First TransPennine Express, to the North of England and Scotland
CrossCountry Trains, to Birmingham and the South West of England, Cardiff
Northern Rail, to the North of England, with direct access to the National Parks, such as The Peak District and The Lake District.
East Lancashire Railway, Vintage trains, to the North of England
Orient Express – Northern Belle, for luxurious rides
The City is at the heart of the Northwest’s Motorway network easily accessible from all directions.
Main highways, connecting Manchester to London: M1, M6 and M56.
Highway connecting Manchester to Birmingham: M6
All highways are connected to Manchester’s orbital highway M60.