Old Trafford is Manchester United’s home stadium. One of the world’s leading stadiums, known as a soccer-specific stadium, it is also used as a live venue. Bon Jovi, Genesis, Bruce Springsteen, Status Quo, Rod Stewart, Simply Red and others are using the stadium at the concert and are very well known.
|Venue name||Old Trafford|
|address||Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester M16 0RA, United Kingdom|
|URL||Visit Old Trafford | Man Utd Museum, Stadium Tour, Red Cafe, Conferences, Business and Corporate Events | Manchester United|
It’s about 5 minutes walk from Old Trafford station. You can also reach The Trafford Bar, Exchange Quay and Salford Quays stations in about 15 minutes on foot.
The nearest airport is Manchester Airport.
|address||Manchester M90 1QX, United Kingdom|
|URL||Official website for Manchester Airport|
The means of transportation used in Manchester are diverse. Manchester is very accessible and you will not have any traffic problems.
There is a “shuttle bus” that runs through three routes in Manchester. Anyone can get on and off the area freely and use it free of charge. Buses are color-coded according to the patrol route so that you can see which bus you want to take immediately, so even travelers can get on with confidence. There are three colors of buses, orange, green and purple, and each has a different patrol area. The shuttle bus is free. Free buses run every 10 minutes on weekdays and every 12 minutes on weekends. When the shuttle bus you want to get on at the bus stop arrives, raise your hand and it will stop. It runs from 5am in the morning to past 23:00 in the evening. You can check the bus time and route on Google Maps.
A convenient way to get to places away from central Manchester is the tram called Metrolink. There are eight lines, extending from Piccadilly station in the center of Manchester to various parts of the city. This tram is convenient if you want to go to Manchester United’s soccer stadium. Tickets can be bought at the automatic ticket vending machines at the station, and credit cards can be used in addition to cash. If you buy a ticket, there is no ticket gate and you can enter the platform as it is.
You will have to make a reservation by phone or internet and call a taxi. There are plenty of buses and trams in Manchester, so you won’t often take a taxi.