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Liverpool is a waterfront city known around the world for its culture, music and sport.
The city centre is packed with museums and galleries showcasing everything from the classical masters to the most cutting-edge modern art. In the handsome Georgian Quarter, the city’s two cathedrals rub shoulders with the Everyman Theatre and Philharmonic Hall. The Royal Albert Dock is the largest collection of grade I-listed buildings in the country, as well as being home to attractions like The Beatles Story and Tate Liverpool.
Liverpool’s reputation for food continues to grow, led by exciting young chefs attracting national attention. After dinner, a night out in the city is a must, whether you are looking for cosy traditional pubs, cool cocktail bars or live music. And of course, no visit to England’s most successful footballing city is complete without a trip to Anfield or Goodison Park, both of which have excellent tours.
However, there are many more rewards for visitors who venture outside of the city centre. Stunning beaches, country trails and picturesque villages lie just 20 minutes away by regular local train services or a short hop over the Mersey on the famous ferry. Areas such as Southport, Port Sunlight and New Brighton are visitor destinations in their own right and the whole city region is blessed with scenic green spaces.
Liverpool also serves as a great base to explore the North of England, with the Lake District, Manchester, Leeds and Lancashire all within 90 minutes of the city centre.
For more information, including details of local events and places to stay read the VisitLiverpool guide here