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Trains from Coventry to Manchester

Running 15 times a day with CrossCountry*

*Based on scheduled timetable

Choose a comfortable journey from Coventry to Manchester with CrossCountry trains. Enjoy great savings with Advance tickets even on the day, up until 15 minutes before departure.

The train from Coventry to Manchester will whisk you through the middle of the country in around three hours, allowing you to enjoy quiet time gazing at the surrounding countryside or to get some work done if you need to.

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CrossCountry Trains from Coventry to Manchester

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Travelling to Manchester

  • First CrossCountry train - 07:27
  • Last CrossCountry train - 21:27

Travelling from Coventry to Manchester

Visiting Manchester is an absolute delight; the bustling metropolitan city has everything a big city should offer and is just 1 hour and 30 minutes from the tranquil countryside of the Lake District. You won’t get bored on a break to Manchester.

 Once you have arrived in Manchester

Onward travel: Buses in Manchester

Manchester has an excellent bus service throughout the city centre and Greater Manchester, as well as a tram service. The Arriva bus service offers service to surrounding towns in the North East. Should you prefer to get a taxi for your onward journey, a taxi rank is located outside the station.

Shopping in Manchester

Visitors travel from all over the world to shop in Manchester, and with its range of spending options, it’s easy to see why. Wind your way through the streets around Kings Street, Spinningfields or New Cathedral Street for cute boutiques. For indie, handmade and all things vintage, hit up the Northern Quarter. If designer brands are more your thing, department stores such as Selfridges and Harvey Nichols offer lots of luxury products. And high street favourites can be found at shopping malls like Manchester Arndale, intu, Trafford Centre and Market Street.

Culture in Manchester

Manchester is known as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and the city celebrates its heritage with a variety of museums and galleries. It has a rich, diverse culture and is home to two of the best-known English football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City. When it comes to music, Manchester offers an equally wide variety of options including the Manchester Opera House, Albert Hall, and a multitude of smaller venues. The city is also the host of a variety of world-class events and festivals, such as the Manchester International Festival and its famous Christmas Markets.

Spending time in Manchester?

Whether you’re looking to have a fun day out or simply want to grab a bite to eat, our Manchester Guide can help you plan the perfect visit!

 

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