A Place to Mesmerise.
Bolton is one of those places that is easily over-looked due to the fact that it is close by bigger and therefore "more important" cities like Manchester in this case. But unless you have a short trip ahead of you and would like to use all the time you have on hand for the important cities of England, you should definitely consider visiting this historic city just twenty minutes drive north of Manchester.
Not only is it a beautiful city in terms of the historic buildings the encompasses the town centre and the outskirts but also the people of the city tend to be genuinely friendly and out-going. It gives out a vibe of comfort to the visitors that makes them feel welcomed and at home.
Bolton has recently been named one of the fastest growing cities in the UK and its no wonder that this is happening for it is a beautiful town of over 260,000 residents making it the largest town in the UK.
With some of the oldest pubs in the country and some of the most beautiful parks in the country, you simply will not regret coming through this wonderful town.
Many of the residents living in Bolton have expressed their love for the town as they describe this place to be "like no other," a unique town that can only be felt when actually living there. Residents there seem to enjoy their stay with all they amenities and comfort they can have within reach. Restaurants, hotels, pubs, parks, museums, theatres, along with plenty of Bolton's home servicing are all close by and accessible.
Some of the prominent attractions in Bolton are the Bolton Steam Museum that features all the historical collection of fuelled machineries and like such, the spectacular Bolton Library and Museum which is a must-go if you plan on visiting Bolton, the University of Bolton Stadium which hosts some of the most spectacular rugby games you can see live.