Football in Manchester is a tourist attraction in its own right
As both teams connected with the city are consistently in a European club competition, invariably the champions league a lot of wealth is created for Manchester from this one source alone. Of course during the domestic football season there is a home match every weekend. Consequently during the football season there are an awful lot of single guys visit the city from the rest of the country at weekends, but during the week you often get European football supporters coming for the match and having a party at the same time. At times like this the escorts in Manchester are very busy entertaining visitors as well as catering for their regular clientele. Apart from the indigenous population the escorts in Manchester looks after the business traveller away from home as well as the partying football fans.
Tour of the Manchester united ground and museum
Both during the season and the summer months the tours of Old Trafford football stadium and its museum are in high demand. If you want to join a tour of the stadium as well as the museum make sure you purchase a ticket for both as a museum ticket does not get you into the stadium. The tour of this stadium that hosted its first game of football in 1903 takes eighty minutes, so as you see you are not rushed around and you will get a peak in the players dressing room as well as many other areas including the dug outs. If you are a fan of Manchester united and there are millions around the world, this tour is essential extension to any visit to Manchester. Many come to the city with a tour of the theatre of dreams being their primary motivation.
Tour of the Etihad stadium home of Manchester City
Though their history is not quite as grand, Manchester city at the moment are the primary team in the city, being the first team in England to win the domestic treble. they have won all four trophies if you count the charity shield. In some ways people may think the tour of this stadium is more impressive than that of their neighbours it may not be steeped in as much history, but it is relatively new and is very much a state of the art facility so impresses in different way to that of its older rival. A true football supporter in the city would no doubt visit both as well as the national football museum in the city centre.