Osaka to Manchester Flights (KIX-MAN)

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Osaka to Manchester Flights (KIX-MAN)

Osaka (KIX) to Manchester (MAN) Flight Deals

  1. Osaka (OSA) to Manchester (MAN)

    OSA-MAN

    10.02.2020

    MAN-OSA

    17.02.2020

    7 Days
    108,120JPY
  2. Osaka (OSA) to Manchester (MAN)

    OSA-MAN

    11.02.2020

    MAN-OSA

    18.02.2020

    7 Days
    108,120JPY

Osaka to Manchester

Your Finnair flight from Osaka will depart from Kansai International Airport (KIX). We have served Europe and Asia for over 90 years and can take you on the trip of your dreams, connecting to one of over 100 locations across the globe. We have flown people in comfort to various parts of the world for more than 90 years. Start your holiday in true Nordic style when you book your flights from Osaka with Finnair today.

Kansai International Airport is located 50 km southwest of Osaka yet can be easily reached via Sky Gate Bridge R, with both JR West and Nankai Electric Railway offering rail services between the city centre and the airport. Buses and taxi services are also available for transit between Osaka and Kansai International Airport.

Departing from Osaka with Finnair

  • Your Finnair flight will depart from Terminal 1.
  • Check-in begins 2 hours 30 minutes before departure, closing just 1 hour before your flight sets off.
  • If you have some spare time at the airport, there are plenty of shops and restaurants available for you to sample some last-minute Japanese cuisine.

‘The capital of the north’ is a name best kept for a city deserving such a title. Manchester, England’s second most­visited city after London is just such a place, full of history and culture with a multitude of sights on offer for the visitor. Manchester was the main area for the industrial revolution in the 1800s, but today it has been transformed into a youthful university city full of culture. Manchester is also the birthplace of a lot of popular music, with the songs of Manchester natives The Smiths, Stone Roses and Oasis still being played at alternative clubs of the Northern Quarter. Read through Finnair’s travel guide to Manchester and pick up the best the city has to offer.

SIGHTS IN MANCHESTER

Ask a visitor what they know about Manchester and more often than not it will be about that most famous of football teams, Manchester United. Their home ground, Old Trafford, is a place of football legend and worth a visit, even for those not into football. Moving on we find several areas with a distinctive foreign flavour, like Chinatown and the Curry Mile, with Chinese and Indian influences attesting to the city’s long history of welcoming those from overseas. Originally a Roman settlement, Manchester’s ancient origins are on display at Castlefield where Roman ruins transition into Medieval walls. Manchester’s cathedral is a beautiful example, well preserved and right in the heart of the city. Several canals weave through the city, providing an interface between the land and sea along with pretty places to relax and people­watch. For further relaxation, head to Piccadilly Gardens and pick a spot on the green with the locals and watch the day go by. The museums in this city are top notch; among the best are the Lowry Art Gallery, the Imperial War Museum North and the Museum of Science and Technology.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO NEAR MANCHESTER

  • Liverpool – Just 60 kilometres away and easily accessible by train or car, the home of the Beatles is an easy day trip for those wanting a city experience.
  • Chester – This pretty walled city is another example of England’s Roman history, sporting quaint centuries­old houses and cobbled squares more at home in Central Europe.
  • Lake District – Get out into the great outdoors in this renowned nature area full of lakes and dales. Any number of outdoor activities are available here.
  • Peak district – A perfect complement to the Lake District, this is where you come for some altitude. Soaring peaks give stunning views over the countryside for those willing to take a good hike.

SHOPPING IN MANCHESTER

Being such a large city, the shopping options in Manchester are quite diverse. You can find anything from fashion to homewares and everything in between.

  • The Millennium Quarter – Investment has reinvigorated this area into the prime shopping district in town. Visit Arndale, one of Europe’s largest shopping centres, and drop by Selfridges for a taste of British elegance and luxury.
  • Deansgate – Home to more refined brands, this shopping area has something for everyone including internationally­known brands.
  • The Trafford Centre – For an all­out shopping experience, this massive shopping centre is a must. One of the largest in Europe, it has hundreds of stores, eateries and services on offer.

BRITISH FOOD & DRINK IN MANCHESTER

As expected from a city of mixed cultures, Manchester’s food offering is astounding. Anything you crave can probably be found.

  • Curry – Now known as the official dish of England, this import from the subcontinent is a huge favourite in Manchester. You’ll find it served in every possible style in a range of eateries from budget to posh. Best enjoyed with a cold lager, British or not.
  • Asian – Chinese influences are strong in Manchester but that’s not all; pretty much every Asian cuisine is present making it a gourmet delight for those looking for something more exotic. Thai, Malay and Vietnamese are among those found throughout town.
  • Fish and chips – A quintessential British dish, this filling favourite should use fresh fish for the best experience. Side serves of all kinds are available to go with.
  • Roast – Slow­cooked beef served with roasted vegetables and gravy. An English classic, often enjoyed on Sundays across the country.
  • High tea – Enjoy a refined tea experience, served in the afternoon along with scones and small appetisers.
  • Beer and wine – Widely available including many local brews. All wine is imported.

TRANSPORT IN MANCHESTER

A medium­sized city, Manchester is quite easy to get around. Public transport is efficient and easy to use and all sights of interest to the tourists are served by the transport network.

  • Foot – Manchester centre is easily walkable with many pedestrian malls.
  • Tram – The Metrolink tram service is fast and easy to use and easily delivers travellers to most parts of the city centre with high frequencies.
  • Train – Mostly of interest for those wanting to head out of the city, rail services leave from the centre of town.
  • Bus – A free bus service called Metroshuttle runs three routes that cover most parts of town. Excellent for getting to city sights not served by the tram.