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Liverpool, the home of maritime trade, inventions and the Beatles! Search for cheap air tickets to Liverpool and check out United Kingdom’s only city with so many listed buildings! Designated as a UNESCO Maritime Mercantile City, Liverpool has a bright history to show off – and an even brighter future! Organise your trip and accommodation in Liverpool and be prepared, because exciting things are about to happen; you’ll walk around legendary warehouses and docks, see where the Beatles did their first recording ever, see the most prominent examples of British art, enjoy extraordinary concerts and plays and meet new, exciting people. Liverpool is always.. next level!
Liverpool extends across United Kingdom’s northwest coast and, with a population of 435,000 is one of England’s most important cities and top travel destinations.
Famous for Liverpool F.C., Everton F.C., the Beatles and the pioneer role in the transportations field, Liverpool has always been a maritime city, with an internationally significant port and a great historical heritage.
Modern Liverpool also boasts a great wealth of museums, art galleries, cultural centres and theatres, as well as concert halls and great nightlife hotspots. In a nutshell; everything you’ve ever wanted to enjoy on your holidays!
Check it out and have the most exciting time of your life!
Liverpool’s international airport (Liverpool John Lennon Airport) is located 12 kilometres southeast of the city centre and can be reached by railway, bus and airport buses.
Getting around Liverpool
You can get around Liverpool by the rail and bus networks. Bus fares start at 3.00£ and minimum taxi fare costs around 2.00£.
The first and ultimate attraction of Liverpool we think you should visit first, is no other than the Albert Dock.
One of the city’s greatest historical landmarks, the Albert Dock building complex of warehouses and dock premises made of red brick is now, apart from a distinctive landmark, a large part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City.
Feel free to stroll around the Dock and discover many museums, galleries, restaurants and bars along the way.
Liverpool boasts a great wealth of museums and art galleries; be sure to check out the following:
- The Merseyside Maritime Museum, focusing on the international importance of Liverpool’s port and telling the story of thousands of immigrants who sailed from the port of Liverpool seeking a better fate. The exhibition is accompanied by many more items and interesting collections of historical maritime equipment and ship models
- The Tate Liverpool Museum, housed in a four-story building and housing the excellent National Collection of British Art, dating back to the 16th century
- The Beatles Story might be a bit too touristy, but it’s worth a visit, since it houses many of the legendary band’s memorabilia, old guitars, photographs, as well as a replica of the famous Cavern Club – in life size!
Last but not least, you cannot leave Liverpool without visiting the Anfield Stadium, home of Liverpool F.C. since the team’s first founding. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a football fan or not, the Anfield Stadium has gained much historical and cultural importance for the people of Liverpool and now stands as tourist attraction – plus, it’s England’s seventh largest football stadium!
Liverpool’s official language is English.