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Hotels in Liverpool – A Historic Cultural Hotspot
Of course, Liverpool is known the world over for being the birthplace of the Beatles, as well as plenty of other bands that stormed the pop charts. The docks on the glittering River Mersey are thriving tourist hotspots – striking brick and stone enclaves packed with bars, restaurants, and world-class museums. For the sports enthusiast, it is home to Liverpool FC, the iconic football club based at the famous Anfield stadium, as well as Everton FC.
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Accommodation in Liverpool – Places to stay
Shopping enthusiasts will also find plenty of designer stores in the nearby Metquarter centre on Whitechapel Road.
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Attractions to visit in Liverpool
You can also enjoy tours such as the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour that visit landmarks celebrated by the Beatles songs Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane, as well as the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It also takes in the Casbah Coffee Club, where George, John and Paul played early on in their careers as a band called the Quarrymen, before ending at the famous Cavern Club.
Liverpool’s two cathedrals are located at each end of the appropriately named Hope Street, and are well worth a visit. Construction of the Anglican Cathedral was started in 1904 and the classical stone building took 74 years to complete, while the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral was redesigned after the Second World War as a modern circular concrete building featuring works of modern art and colourful stained-glass windows.
The best food and restaurants in Liverpool
Liverpool’s Chinatown, the oldest Chinese district in Europe, is a must-visit. In 2000 Liverpool’s twin city in China, Shanghai, gifted it with the largest Chinese Arch outside of China. This magnificent 13.5m tall edifice was erected astride Nelson Street, which is lined with restaurants offering a range of delectable Chinese and pan-Asian dishes. In nearby Bold Street you’ll find Peruvian cuisine, Japanese delicacies and Italian seafood restaurants.
The city centre also boasts a cosmopolitan mix of eating-houses, while at the Albert Dock you’ll be able to savour seafood dishes while enjoying river views and even rooftop dining.
For a cool, bohemian vibe of wine bars, trendy cafés and independent fusion restaurants, head to Lark Lane on the outskirts of the city. A wide variety of international cuisines are represented here, and menus feature mouth-watering dishes from North African, Asian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Finally, be sure to get a Liverpool Pass, which gets you a discount at a number of selected restaurants, bars and attractions in the city, allowing you to “Eat, See, Save and Repeat”.
How to get around in Liverpool
Once inside the city, you have plenty of options of getting around:
By bus – The Merseytravel bus network provides a fully accessible bus service with many ticket options for good value. The main bus terminals are at Queen Square and the Liverpool ONE centre.
By train – There are four underground stations in the city centre that make travel across the city quick and easy; James Street, Lime Street, Moorfields and Liverpool Central. The Day Saver and the Merseyrail Family Ticket give you the option of affordable, convenient rail travel between the 66 stations around the Liverpool area.
Cycling – Bike & Go and CityBike hire schemes operate in the city centre, allowing you the convenience of cycling around the city without having to bring your own bike. Cycle parking is provided at most venues and bikes can be taken free on ferries and trains.
By Ferry – Merseytravel operates Mersey Ferries across the river to the Wirral Peninsula, as well as along the Manchester Ship Canal.
Weather & Seasonality – When to visit Liverpool
Beatles fans should note that tours to the restored childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney run daily from March to October.
Winter is low season, and it’s at this time of year that you’ll find some of the best Liverpool hotel deals.
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