As one of the country's biggest and best shopping centres the Trafford Centre doesn't disappoint.
Over 230 high street and designer stores including and 47 restaurants mean it would be almost impossible to go home empty handed.
Manchester has many examples of stunning architecture with some of it dating back to the 11th century.
Manchester Cathedral is a beautiful 600 year old, Gothic style cathedral.
With facilities for paintballing, climbing, fishing, horse riding, hiking, quad biking, golf, clay pigeon shooting and karting there is something new to try everyday.
You can even take a helicopter ride and get a bird's eye view of the Pennines.
Experience a city offering an exhilarating mix of a vibrant city centre and breathtaking countryside.
If you're feeling cultural then head to the Royal Exchange Theatre where the performances range from Shakespeare to opera to contemporary theatre.A church has stood on the site since the 11th century and has been redeveloped over hundreds of years to make it what it is today.It features ornate memorials and beautiful decoration including medieval wood carvings inside.Look out for mosaics and carvings of Bees throughout the hall which symbolises the status of Manchester as being a hive of industry in the 18th century.
There are many museums and art galleries in Manchester including Manchester Museum, housed in an impressive 19th century building which features one of the largest exhibitions on Ancient Egypt as well as archeology, botany and live animals.
As far as choosing romantic accommodation goes in Manchester you are spoilt for choice.