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Top 5 things for Students to do in Manchester during Christmas

Top 5 things for students to do in Manchester during Christmas

Christmas in Manchester

If like many students, you’re opting to stay around during the Christmas period, Mistoria Estate Agents are here to provide you with fun and festive suggestions on how you can ensure Christmas 2015 is your best one yet. This article is aimed at students looking to make the most out of the festive period with the top 5 things to do in Manchester during Christmas.

Top 5 things to do in Manchester

Christmas Markets
The Christmas 2015 European market is better than ever before with 350 stalls spread across 10 distinctive market sites. Visiting the market is the perfect way to kick off your student Christmas 2015 and get you in the festive mood, with a wide range of stalls suitable for everyone! There’s no need to rush as stalls are open until 22nd December. Whether you’re interested in arts and crafts, toys or sweet treats, you won’t be short of choices – there is also mulled wine and beer aplenty.

Shopping in Manchester
Christmas wouldn’t be the same without the hectic Christmas shopping, so if you’re looking to find the perfect gifts this year, head down to Manchester Arndale, which is open until 9:00pm. The food court is open until 10:00pm, allowing you plenty of time to grab a bite to eat. The Arndale is perfect for students on a budget as it’s packed full of special deals and exclusive in-store offers.

Manchester Ice Rink
From 12th November until 3rd January, Manchester is offering visitors a real treat with their outdoor ice rink, open from 3pm on weekends and 10am until 9pm at weekends. This fantastic attraction is easy to access as it’s conveniently located in New Bailey, a short walk from Spinningfields. Tickets can be purchased online with student offers available, enabling you to make the most of your student Christmas 2015 on a budget.

Tatton Park
Tatton park is ideal for Christmas lovers as this beautiful park is packed with a range of festive activities everyone for everyone, and is open from 23rd November until 20th December. Tatton park features a beautifully decorated Mansion and outdoor carols to get you in the festive mood. There will also be an abundance of entertainment including: edible Christmas treats, lantern parade, festive concerts and even a special appearance by Father Christmas.

East Lancashire Railway
Close by is the North West’s premier heritage railway which is a particularly popular attraction during the holidays, attracting up to 40,000 visitors each year. This traditional event features brass bands and carol singers, perfect for those looking to get into the festive spirit.

Merry Christmas from Mistoria Estate Agents
We’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year, and hope our tips on how to make the most of your Manchester Christmas away from home comes in use. Manchester is a beautiful and vibrant city with plenty to do, making it a magnificent place to spend the festive holidays.

 

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Best Student Nights in Liverpool

Best Student Nights in Liverpool

Best Student Nights in Liverpool

Liverpool is well known for its entertaining and hectic nightlife which makes it the perfect destination for student nights out. Liverpool students are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding things to do and places to go – whether they’re looking to sip on cocktails or shake their thing at the club, this lively city is packed full of the best student venues with even better student offers.

Concert Square
Concert Square is located in the city centre and is often referred to as the heart of Liverpool nightlife, due to the area being populated with some of the most popular nightclubs and bars in the city. Liverpool students looking for a good night out need not look any further as this drinking, dancing and clubbing hotspot is packed with trendy bars and venues which play a diverse range of music including from funky house, to indie, to rnb. Better yet, the Concert Square is only a short walk from Lime Street station, meaning it’s easy for party-goers to get from A to B, making it the perfect location for cheap and convenient student nights out.

With wristband deals including free entry to a number of venues for a little as £10, it’s no wonder Convert Square is at the top of the list when it comes to student scene Liverpool.

Liverpool ONE
Similarly, Liverpool ONE is the ideal solution for students looking to enjoy the vibrant Liverpool nightlife, as this fantastic complex is heaving with busy bars and restaurants – perfect for those looking to catch up with friends over a bite to eat.

For students who are looking to drink but have little interest in the hitting the club, Liverpool ONE offers a wide range of venues to choose from, from wine to cocktail bars and licensed restaurants, students are able to enjoy the company of others in an enjoyable and relaxed atmosphere. Whatever you’re in the mood for, Liverpool ONE is packed full of different cuisines including: Chinese restaurants, curry houses, tapas bars and so much more!

Stanley Street Quarter
The Stanley Street Quarter is the heart of Liverpool’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and possesses a wild yet welcoming vibe. Regardless of gender or sexual orientation, all party-goers are welcome to join the hustle and bustle of Stanley street as it is truly the most fabulous area when it comes to student scene Liverpool.

Stanley Street is home to a variety of gay bars, trendy clubs and drag cabarets which is perfect for those looking for an exciting night out, and is especially great for homosexual or bisexual singletons looking to meet their match. Once a year the Liverpool Pride is a weekend-long festival is also held at Stanley Street Quarter to celebrate the LGBT culture which has proven to be an extremely pop event, for both student and non-students.