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Take the waters in the city’s spa just like the Romans did over 2,000 years before you (but now you can do it on the rooftop too!). Culture vultures are going to thrive in this World Heritage Site of narrow streets and ancient buildings.
At night the city really comes to life with around 100 restaurants, and then there’s also its pubs, bars, theatres and clubs to explore.Explore Bath
There’s a real buzz around Coventry at the moment as it prepares to become the UK's official ‘city of culture’ next year, with people expected to flock to the world renowned performances, concerts, exhibitions and general celebrations which will take place across the city. But it’s not just culture vultures who’ll love living here. Coventry is steeped in history, with memorials and historical sites a plenty. And after a busy day of sightseeing it’s time to unwind in one of the many quirky bars, cafes, restaurants which help make Coventry such a vibrant place to live.Explore Coventry
Derby, the centre of the British rail industry and, allegedly, home to the inventor of the hot dog… It’s anything but boring!Explore Derby
Leicester is big, bold, beautiful and home to a diverse population who know how to have fun. As one of the oldest cities in the UK it’s attracted a melting pot of cultures and now boasts Britain’s most multi-cultural high street, the largest Caribbean carnival outside of London and the biggest Diwali celebrations outside of India.Explore Leicester
The UK’s “second city”, Manchester is a creative hub with many businesses and industries springing up, including media, finance and cutting-edge manufacturing companies.
As you’d expect, it has nightlife and shopping to match – making it the perfect base for the urban professional.
An ideal range of apartments and house for rent in Manchester with no agent fees!Explore Manchester