Are you looking for a break away in a campervan this winter then why not hire one of our brand new vw California 4 berth campers from Manchester airport. Maybe you are flying into Manchester to visit the popular city centre for the first time so here are 12 fantastic places you may like to visit.

There’s plenty of things to do and enough of a good time in the town to truly enjoy yourself. Sure, it’s not the Victorian times any more, and the beach is a cold, desolate place – but head to one of the many resturants, or some of the fantastic attractions and you’ve got yourself a cracking day out. Of course there is also Blackpool Tower, as well as a new Madame Tussauds, the Piers, loads of pubs and bars.

I think all that visit would agree that Chester is a stunning place with its huge Tudor-style half-timber buildings stretching as far as the eyes can see. Famed for the quality of its shopping area. what you have is a beautiful, compact centre, surrounded by the ancient city walls, providing the perfect path to explore a little further – be it the Roman Coliseum, the River Dee or even the race track if you’re about for the gee

Located right on the edge of the Peak District, Buxton is a perfect distance away from Manchester and a great place to spend the day. If you’re into caves there’s the Pooles Cavern. Down in the town centre, not only is there a little fountain where you can fill up your water bottle with pure, spring Buxton’y goodness – there’s the stunning Pavilion Gardens which are prefect for a romantic stroll or picnic.

The Pennines
This is a beautiful area near saddle worth in Oldham suitable for walks along the canal or Get the train from Victoria to Greenfield and you will find yourself in a lovely area of the world, with rolling hills, loads of grass and plenty of sheep. There’s Uppermill, Delph, Denshaw and Dobcross in the area too where you’ll be greeted with some cracking old school pubs, some great walks and some fantastic restaurant.

Jodrell Bank & Tatton Park
I’ve put these two together here because they are pretty close and you can make a full day out of giving both of them half a day. That’s not to say you can’t spend a full day at each one. Tatton Park is a massive country park with beautiful green areas and flower beds there is a huge stately home and deer park and a working farm.

Delamere Forest
A massive, huge forest over in Cheshire, Delamere is great for a day trip so you can truly be at one with nature The landscape is stunning and there are plenty of things to do and activities to keep you entertained. There’s loads of walking routes, cycling routes and places to take your horse, should you have one of them.

Loads of bounce has been ploughed into Liverpool over the past 10 years, and it definitely shows around the Liverpool One and Albert Dock areas. There’s loads of attractions and stuff for you to do including The Beatles Story as well as the brilliant Yellow Duck marine tour around the city and into the water. If you’re feeling especially nostalgic about the opening titles of Brookside you can also take a trip on the Mersey on a boat and walk the short distance to the Liver building and it’s equally famous mates.

Lake Cruise on down to Rochdale and you can get involved in loads of water sports. Take a nice lovely stroll around this rather large lake and you will get the chance to nod or say “Morning” to loads of people, not least plenty of ramblers
You can also partake in some water sports if you like, including windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing and rowing. There’s a couple of decent pubs on the shoreline of the lake, with plenty of outdoor seating to spectate.

It might only be tiny, but there is quite a lot to do in Haworth is such as small space. Famous for being the home of the Brontë sisters, anyone with a love for the bleak landscapes and cruel beauty of Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre should definitely give this place a try.

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