A raft of redevelopment since the turn of the millennium in Manchester means that to many it is becoming the second most important city in the country after London. The BBC considers its base in MediaCityUK to be its main premises after London, whilst the likes of Google, Deloitte, Gazprom, Kellogg's and Adidas all have offices or regional headquarters in the Greater Manchester area. Manchester's regeneration was in part triggered by its hosting of the 2002 Commonwealth Games which meant various new sporting and conference venues were built around the city, but also as a result of the continued expansion of the two major universities in the city; the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.
As the North of England's biggest and most influential metropolitan area, Manchester is both a major transport hub and a popular tourist destination - the third most-visited city in the UK. Many visitors come over to visit the two football clubs - Manchester City and Manchester United - who are two of the most powerful clubs in the world and attract in the region of 150,000 foreign visitors every season. They are likely to arrive in Manchester via the city's international airport, which is the third-busiest in the country and offers flights to a total of 199 destinations.
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