10 reason why Liverpool should be on your UK travel list

Article by Claire

I know, London is London, it’s amazing and there is a lot to see. But it’s also crowded, expensive and well, it’s a bit obvious. So I here is Liverpool’s best bits to give you 10 reasons why Liverpool should be part of your UK travel plan!

If you really want to see England you need to get yourself on a train, coach, or a plane and get out of London. If you want a vibrant city to rival London then you need to visit Liverpool and here are just 10 reasons why.

Culture – Liverpool was the European capital of culture in 2008 and you can still feel the effects of it years later. Thanks to a huge investment in the city over the last decade culture continue to thrive in Liverpool. 

If you love art then you have The Tate and The Walker. If you want museums you can’t go wrong with The International Slavery Museum, The Planetarium or The Maritime Museum. Entry to all the Museums in Liverpool who are under the National Museums Liverpool banner is FREE to enter. Yep, that’s right free. 

If it’s the Performing Arts you are after then The Blue Coat, The Empire and The Everyman. If you are a music lover then Liverpool is the city for you. You can’t escape it, it is the home of the Beatles after all! You will find live music everywhere and if you are after some big names then the Echo Arena or the Philharmonic Hall are good places to start.

The nightlife – Seel Street and Victoria Street for the young and the beautiful. If lyou are on the better side of 30 then head to Mathew Street or concert square. Scousers know how to have a good night out and you can go out every night of the week and have a good night here.

The Beatles – Need I say more? For Beatles fans, you can fly into the John Lennon Airport, visit The Beatles Story, take a tour, sleep in the hotel or on the boat, get a picture with John on Mathew street and then finish off with a pint in the Cavern Club.

The Hotels – There are some pretty epic places to stay in Liverpool including the Titanic Hotel, Hard days night hotel and Themed barges you can stay overnight on. You can stay in a batman themed barge! 

The Albert Dock – It’s the largest group of grade listed buildings in Britain and home to Tate Liverpool, several of the city’s museums and some of the best places to shop, eat and drink.

The monuments – The Liverbirds, The Yellow Submarine, Super Lamb Banana, St Georges hall, The Radio City Tower and the Bombed out Church

The Cathedrals – There are two cathedrals in Liverpool and they are both pretty spectacular and well worth a visit. Liverpool Cathedral is open 8am-6pm and free to enter and Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral which is also free to enter and open 7:30 am until 6 pm

Shopping – Hands down the best shopping in the North West of England. If you are a fashion lover you will find high street brands and designer labels side by side in Liverpool. If iyou venture out of the main streets you will find an abundance of smaller independent boutique shops.

Food – Where to start! The food in Liverpool is excellent and you won’t struggle to find good places to eat. For breakfast, you can’t go wrong with Moose Cafe. For lunch Vistors love going to The Blue Coat, if it’s nice, sit outside and soak up the culture and for dinner it has to be China City – It’s in Chinatown and not only will you get a great meal but it is a karaoke bar. What more could you ask for to end your evening? If you are vegaretian then you need to go to The Old Hardware Shop.

The People – This is one of the main reason you should pack your bag and visit Liverpool right away. Scousers are pretty amazing people; funny, friendly and fiercely loyal. You will be welcomed with a smile in Liverpool.

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3 thoughts on “10 reason why Liverpool should be on your UK travel list

  1. An outstanding review of an outstanding city. Liverpool’s development as a tourist destination has been nothing short of miraculous over the past few decades and this article nicely highlights the city’s best attractions. We used to live in Chester and visited Chinatown almost every Saturday evening, now visiting irregularly but always to The Docks to just wander around or focusing on one museum or gallery. The Beatles Story is stunning, The Maritime Museum is huge and needs several visits and …. do take a ferry ‘cross the Mersey!