Unique attractions, exciting events and an unrivalled musical history; Liverpool has it all.

  • Culture

    • Liverpool is a music fan's paradise, and the city is filled with now-historic attractions charting its artists' success.

    • Strolling around the famous streets will bring you to such world-famous landmarks as the Cavern Club, where many local bands, including The Beatles, perfected the songs that would revolutionise the world of music forever.

    • For fans, walking and bus tours run regularly from the city centre, taking in all of the historic venues the city is famed for.

    • Albert Dock is a World Heritage site, and a visit is almost like stepping back in time, and with its wealth of attractions, is a great place to spend a day. The site is also home to many museums devoted to the city's proud history, and is packed with cafes and bars, too and a wide range of activities and interactive attractions for the kids.

    • For football fans, why not book a tour of Liverpool and Everton's grounds, or for something more relaxing, spend a few hours in Sefton Park, the city's biggest park and home to ornamental lakes, and acres of lawns and gardens.

  • City

    • A ride on the world-famous Mersey Ferries is a must for anyone visiting this spectacular city.

    • Near the city centre stands Liverpool Cathedral. It's Britain's largest cathedral, and the awe-inspiring architecture has to be seen to be truly believed. A variety of events are held here regularly, and you can climb the 100m Cathedral Tower for amazing views of the whole of Liverpool.

    • Step into the Walker Art Gallery on Willam Brown Street, which is home to a stunning collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts spanning six hundred years. Here you'll see world-famous works by Rubens, Poussin, Rembrandt, Gainsborough and many more.

  • Dining & Shopping

    • Love shopping? You'll be spoilt for choice in Liverpool, with its gleaming new city-centre shopping centres, boutique arcades, bohemian streets and farmers markets. The exclusive Metquarter is the place to find select fashion and beauty outlets such as Gieves & Hawkes, Hugo Boss, MAC and Armani Exchange.

    • With such a mix of culture, Liverpool doesn't disappoint when it comes to dining, either. The city centre streets are lined with a wide range of cafes and restaurants, with many specialising in foods from all over the world.

    • The cafes are your best bet if you want to dine like the locals, and feature a traditional array of English cafe food.

  • Did you know?

    • Liverpool's Anglian Cathedral on Hope Street is home to the world's heaviest bell, and the Cathedral is one of the world's largest religious buildings.

    • Liverpool has more parks than Paris.

    • People from Liverpool are often known as ‘scousers’. Scouse was originally a stew made from beef, potatoes, cabbage and carrots and eaten by poor people during the 1800s.

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