Manchester Stag Weekend Transport

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A pint of Boddingtons is in order, so don't waste time on your stag weekend worrying about stag do transfers, or trying to figure out Google Maps. We’re here to offer help and advice for planning your stag weekend transport in Manchester.

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Getting There

We know you'll have a 'monster' time once there, but this page should help with planning your Manchester stag weekend journey.

Come fly with us

Manchester International Airport in the south of the city is the largest airport in the UK outside of London and is in the largest 50 airports in the world. Nearly 100 operators fly to and from hundreds of locations worldwide, including most major cities in Europe. Direct trains run from the airport station (reached by Skyway, between terminals 1 and 2) to Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations about every 20 minutes. You can also catch a coach/bus to Manchester Central Coach station. Call our Team on 01992 655580 and we can help sort flights.

Let the train take the strain

Manchester city centre is served by two major railway stations, Victoria in the north and in the south Piccadilly, voted one of UK's most popular stations in 2007. These stations are well connected with the rest of the UK, although it is more likely that you will arrive at Piccadilly as it deals with the most services in and out of Manchester.

Hit the road

The outer ring road of the Manchester conurbation is the M60. It is accessible from Leeds or Liverpool by the M62 and from Scotland and the South by the M6. From the North and Scotland follow the M6 and then the M61. From the South take the M6 and the M56.

Getting Around

Hop on a bus

Within the city centre, Metroshuttle provides a free ‘hop on, hop off’ service linking all of the main rail stations, shopping districts and business areas. There are three services which operate on circular routes.

Take the tram

With frequent services there’s no need to worry about a timetable, just head to your nearest stop and the next tram won’t be far away.


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