Manchester is often described as the UK's second city and lies at the heart of the north-west of England. The city is encircled by the M60 orbital motorway and from there has connections to the M62, M61, M56, M66 and M67.
Manchester Piccadilly Station
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Manchester is situated midway between Sheffield to the east and Liverpool to the west. The Greater Manchester Urban Area has a population of more than 2.2 million people and it is the second largest urban zone in the United Kingdom.
With a reputation as a great place to live and one of the best places in the UK to locate a business, Manchester has a thriving arts scene, a wide range of high tech and media businesses and two universities - the University of Manchester and the Manchester Metropolitan University.
Like many large towns and cities in the north-west of England, Manchester once depended heavily on the textile industry for employment and wealth. Although the cotton mills and factories are long gone, Manchester retains an impressive network of historic canals that have helped earn it a place on a provisional list of new UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Anyone living or working in Manchester will find that it is well provided with essential services and facilities. Manchester has a wide range of van hire companies and most of the large van rental companies are represented. A wide range of vehicles should be available to anyone looking for a hire van: