Manchester To London Train

Manchester:

Manchester tourist destinations to be selected while visiting there are listed below:

1. Manchester Chinatown: It takes many of restaurants from East Asia and you will find many Chinese speaking people in that region.

2. The Village: Also known as “Gay Village” built around in canal street. It’s a friendly village of all communities and welcomes every religion here.

3. Castlefield: A preferred place during the times of Roman settlement to see wildlife of Manchester.

4. Manchester Cathedral: A cathedral in Millenium Quarter is the most extensive in England containing carved choir stalls.

5. John Rylands Library: It was built by a once richest widow of world’s in memory of her husband “Henriquetta Rylands” containing ‘Manchester Fragmet’ and ‘St. John’s gospel’.

6. Manchester Town Hall: A beautiful neo-Gothic architectural building built by Alfred Waterhouse were represented Manchester’s power during it’s Industrial revolution times.

7. St. Ann’s Church: A church on St. Ann’s Square is known for organizing weddings on Saturdays.

8. Manchester Art Gallery: A gallery near Chinatown being designed by Sir Charles Barry contains a wide collection of “pre-Raphaelite” paintings.

9. Imperial War Museum North: An award winning architecture of the museum showing people’s involved during the war is designed by a great architect “Daniel Libeskind” and is located in Trafford Borough, near Manchester Stadium.

London:

London was known world-wide for its architectures of Romans age being existing even 2000 years ago and thus this attracts the attention of many film directors throughout the world and now it’s beauty is playing a significant role in the film industry. More or less of the movies being shot in London are as listed beneath:

1. Oliver Twist (1948),
2. The 101 Dalmatians (1961),
3. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Stree (2008),
4. The King’s Speech (2010).

Some of their significant actors and filmmakers are also listed as:

1. Charlie Chaplin,
2. Daniel Day-Lewis,
3. Alfred Hitchcock,
4. Tom Hardy,
5. Keira Knightley.

It is also home to many museums, galleries and educational institutions and renowned world-wide and also a major tourist attraction sources of the country.

The main sources of tourist attractions in the London region are:

1. Regent’s Park,
2. Big Ben, London,
3. ArcelorMittal Orbit,
4. Chelsea Physic Garden,
5. Royal Albert Hall,
6. Sir John Soane’s Museum,
7. Royal Observatory, Greenwich,
8. Sea Life London Aquarium,
9. The Victoria and Albert Museum

Train services in London are fairly advance and you can use services from London Overground and London Underground (The Tube) to commute.

Trains Connection Between Manchester and London:

Services between Manchester and London starts departing at 5:00 a.m. from Manchester Piccadilly and connects London St Pancras, London Euston, or Marylebone stations. These services are operated by Arriva trains Wales, Virgin Trains, Cross Country, Chiltern Railways and East Midlands providers.

The distance between Manchester Piccadilly and London Euston can be insured within 2 hours and 8 minutes with a minimum fare price of £78.70 and are operated by Virgin Trains service providers. The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 20% and 18% passengers of the week, while only 9% passengers travel on Wednesdays through these services.

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