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Liverpool is one magical city all year round, but never more so than this Christmas. The city is pulling out all the stops for your festive trip, like putting up the UK’s largest Christmas tree, building an ice rink at Pier Head, and hosting DreamWorks Lights at St George’s Hall. And that’s before you’ve shopped ‘til you snowdrop at Liverpool ONE’s 160 shops.
Enjoy a Christmas mini-break closer to home and get on the train to Edinburgh. If Christmas markets are your festive bag, there are two in the city – the Scottish and European Christmas Markets – with enough souvenirs, food and drink to keep you going until Hogmanay! Add to that a Christmas tree maze, double carousel, Santa run and reindeer ride, even the sternest scrooge will catch a little festive spirit…
Christmas trains to Edinburgh
From giant snow slides to a brand new ice rink, Christmas activities in Manchester will be bigger and better than ever this year. The infamous Manchester Christmas Markets will be back once more, opening its wooden doors and warming up the Glühwein from 10 November to 20 December.
The city is most certainly open for festive business, despite the Ordsall Cord engineering works, but just make sure you check before you travel
and your Christmas trip to Manchester will go ahead without a glitch.