LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Nov. 13, 2012) - What better way to spend a long weekend than in a fashionable European city? Days spent lapping up the culture, sights and of course the shopping, not to mention the rich food and drink... Even if the weather isn't that much better than here home, you definitely won't notice the impending winter season half as much...
Why not start your trip a day early and explore the second city in the UK, Manchester? It's famed for football, music heritage and its textile history so there's plenty to do, including more shops than you can shake a stick at. When you're all shopped out, you can sleep peacefully in one of Manchester Airport hotels, safe in the knowledge that your journey time to your weekend destination is only a matter of minutes away. Forget setting alarms and worrying about planning journey time, spend the night in luxury and take advantage of the option of having a wake-up call.
If this a viable option for you, then you could wake up and be in Hamburg, Paris, Amsterdam, Stockholm and many more amazing destinations in a matter of hours.
If spending the night in a hotel isn't an option, then don't worry - you can still take advantage of Manchester Airport car parks. They're great value for money and can cater to your every car park needs. If you want to start your holiday in style then take advantage of the 'Meet and Greet' service, allowing you to drop your car off, letting Manchester Airport do the rest.
If you're travelling on a budget then opt for long stay car parking which includes a free shuttle bus ride (perfect if you're going away for an exceptionally long break!), or the multi-storey car park which offers onsite parking at offsite prices!
However you decide to get to the airport, and wherever you decide to fly, an autumn city break is the perfect way to rejuvenate your cultural senses!
Notes to Editors:
- Manchester Airport car parking offers a wide range of options, both affordable and convenient. All official airport car parks are secure and easy to access from the motorway network.