Liverpool

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Museum of Liverpool featuring modern architecture

Liverpool Travel Guide Video

Home to some of the biggest and best British bandsin history, top museums and with a rich maritime history, this compact northernEnglish city is one of Britain’s finest cultural destinations.

Liverpool, once hometo one of the busiest ports in the world, has now been transformed into acultural enclave. The city has a fascinating Victorian history and musicalheritage of which some of the most famous British musicians belong, includingthe great Beatles. Much of the historic port area of Liverpoolwas awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2004, and in 2008, thecity was named the cultural capital of Europe.

Make sure you go to the Albert Dock and check outwhat is the cultural heart of the city. The complex, which was once home tosome of the largest ships in the world, is now a bustling area crammed withrestaurants, bars and galleries. Try a plate scouse, a typical northern Englishstew, in a waterfront restaurant. Check out the Merseyside Maritime Museum andbrush up on your knowledge about the maritime history of the city. The area onthe waterfront is also the location of one of the most iconic buildings in thecity, the high Royal Liver Building.

The Beatles are, undoubtedly, the most famous bandto emerge from this awesome city and are a big part of the rich musical life ofLiverpool. Discover the Beatles Story and how themost famous band in the world started its career right here, or attend aconcert at one of the oldest venues in the city, the LiverpoolEmpire Theatre.

The people of Liverpoolare avid lovers of their sports, and if you visit the city in the chilly wintermonths, you'll see them proudly waving their scarves. Go and see LiverpoolFootball Club play in the historic AnfieldRoad Stadium or watch the local amateur play in the local SeftonPark. Want to get active yourself? Try hiking in the greenery of Sefton Park,one of the many green areas in the picturesque town.

Liverpool is a citythat appeals to a wide variety of travellers and is suitable for every budget.Whether your passion is sports, music or history, there will no doubt besomething in this cosy northern city that will appeal to you.

Where to stay in Liverpool

Royal Liver Building showing a city and heritage architecture

Liverpool City Centre

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Are you interested in fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums and beautiful waterfront views? A visit to Liverpool City Centre might be the perfect thing. You can also explore top sights like Liverpool ONE and Concert Square.

Liverpool City Centre
Anfield Road Stadium featuring signage

Anfield

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You'll enjoy the museums and gardens in Anfield. You might want to make time for a stop at Anfield Stadium or LFC Museum and Tour Centre.

Anfield
Museum of Liverpool showing a river or creek and modern architecture

The Docks

Visitors to The Docks rave about its fantastic nightlife, beautiful waterfront views and popular shops. You might also want to make some time to see Royal Albert Dock or Merseyside Maritime Museum while you're exploring the neighbourhood.

The Docks