Manchester, in the north west of England, has a long and varied history. The Romans established a fort at Mancunium in the 1st Century AD and Manchester has long been a major industrial and financial centre. Once known as the centre of the Industrial Revolution, it is now best known for being the home of Manchester United. But it's not all football and industry - Manchester has a rich variety of historic buildings to interest the visitor, and is a shopper's paradise. But where in this thriving city would you look to find Reflexologists in Manchester? Look first to theFitMap.co.uk. With a quick and easy search by town or postcode, you will soon turn up a full list of Reflexologists in Manchester.
Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square was designed in the Gothic style by Alfred Waterhouse - inside the Great Hall are a number of mural paintings by Ford Madox Brown which show Manchester's rich history. Manchester Cathedral, situated near Victoria Railway Station, dates from the 15th Century and has the widest medieval nave in Britain. The Royal Exchange building off St Anns Square was built in 1809 - it was once a market place for 7000 cotton traders and is now the home of the Royal Exchange Theatre. Why delay? Start your trip today at the best health site on the web.