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Visit Liverpool: Your travel guide

There’s something in the way Liverpool grooves. A melody always finds you: from Liverpool Cathedral’s clanging bells to Anfield’s lusty, footy chorus. Oh, and those four fab Scousers who revolutionised music – see, hear and feel The Beatles’ legacy here, there and everywhere.

Things to do in Liverpool

World Museum Liverpool
This grand Victorian venue promises the Earth and delivers even more. Start your voyage of discovery in the age of the dinosaurs. Examine everything from fossilised amphibians to a full-size Megalosaurus skeleton. In the Space Gallery, view real Martian meteorites and moon rocks. For a “big bang” finish, see how our Universe began with a show at the planetarium.
William Brown Street, Liverpool, L3 8EN
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-17:00.
Bold Street
Frankie says relax: head here the morning after the night before! This café quarter cures what “ales” you. Choose from a greasy fry-up, continental coffee or classic English “cuppa” at trendy café Leaf. Feeling refreshed? Skip up to St Luke’s bombed-out ruins for an arty afternoon. It’s an intimate venue that hosts acoustic concerts, craft fairs and an outdoor cinema.
Ropewalks Area, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4HR
Check website for details.
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
Eyesore or eye-catching? Sure, the concrete cone façade of the “Mersey Funnel” divides local opinion, but everything comes together inside. It has a circular design, which affords a 2,000-strong Catholic congregation optimal eye lines to the central altar. The crown of stained glass above it acts as a kaleidoscopic filter that bathes worshippers in warm, embracing light.
Cathedral House, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TQ
Open Monday-Sunday 07:30-18:00.
Albert Dock
These docks were once Liverpool’s global gateway. From 1846, it stocked exotic cargo in the world’s first fireproof warehouse. Today, it’s a museum half-mile charting the city’s seafaring past. Scour the Maritime Museum for Titanic artefacts or take a contraband quiz at its “Seized!” exhibition. The Slavery Museum traces a most sordid history – and Liverpool’s part in it.
Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4AA
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00. Check website for details.
Anglican Cathedral
Great Scott! What’s a red phone box doing inside the UK’s largest cathedral? It’s actually a nod to Giles Gilbert Scott, who designed both of these British icons. Although not a direct line to God, the neo-Gothic cathedral’s calling card is its giant bell tower. Take the two lifts and 108 stairs for a little slice of heaven: unrivalled panoramic views of Liverpool.
St James’ Mount, Liverpool, L1 7AZ
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00–17:00.
Museum of Liverpool
Scousers love a good story. Learn more about theirs via this treasure trove of urban artefacts. Meander down the spiral staircase to explore the city’s socio-cultural history: from the 19th-century mercantile boom to the birth of Beatlemania. Nail your colours to the mast – Red or Blue – after watching a film about football rivals, Liverpool FC and Everton FC.
Pier Head, Liverpool, L3 1DG
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00–17:00.
Beatles Story
Buy a ticket to ride on the Fab Four’s journey from mop-tops to rock gurus. Relive their sweaty first gig in the mock Cavern Club. Imagine a day in the life of John and Paul at work in Abbey Road. See George’s rickety first guitar and gently weep (price tag: £500,000!). Learn to drum with a little help from Ringo via video. Eight days a week is not enough here!
Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AD
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-18:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Tate Liverpool
The painter Edgar Degas said art was “what you make others see”. Draw your own conclusions at the Tate. This rolling revue of modern art showcases work from its sister gallery in London. See the best of Britain plus the international masters: from a slice of Bacon to a glimpse of Klimt. Take the Peter Blake-painted ‘Snowdrop’ ferry here and be dazzled by its Pop Art camouflage.
Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4BB
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00–17:00
Echo Arena
Welcome to the pleasure dome! Powered by the Mersey’s turbines, this clam-shaped arena shines like a pearly beacon of fun. It’s hosted everything from the “MTV Awards” to “Ultimate Fighting Championship” dust ups. Join post-show revellers for a ferris wheel whirl and widescreen waterfront views. Or pay homage to a local music legend at the John Lennon Peace Monument.
Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4FP
Check website for details.
Anfield Stadium
“This is Anfield”. Three simple words welcome nervous visiting teams to the home of Liverpool FC, England’s most decorated football club. Touch the famous tunnel sign as you enter this revered arena on a stadium tour. However, you can’t beat real match-day euphoria. Join the red sea of scarves in the Kop stand for a spine-tingling chorus of “You’ll Never Walk Alone”.
Anfield Road, Liverpool L4 0TH
Open Monday-Sunday 10:00-15:00. Check website for details.
The Fab Four
Calling all Beatlemaniacs! Whether you’re visiting the Beatles Story museum or just passing through, it’s hard to resist shopping for souvenirs at the Fab4 Store. This pint-sized gift shop is packed with authentic Beatles goodies and collectibles, from limited-edition vinyls and rare Yellow Submarine merchandise to exclusive magnets, mugs and T-shirts.
Peter's Lane
Peter’s Lane is a brand-name beacon within the Liverpool One shopping complex. This area’s streets, squares and arcades are lined with designer fashion brands and trendy coffee shops, while the Keys Court arcade links cutting edge Peter’s Lane with Liverpool’s traditional retail heartland of Church Street.
South John Street
Anchored at each end by flagship department stores, South John Street is the pulsing heart of the Liverpool One complex. Two floors of the biggest high-street names are accompanied by a dizzying array of international restaurants, along with an indoor mini-golf course and Liverpool’s largest cinema.
Paradise Street
Paradise by name and paradise by nature – this city-centre street is a shopaholic’s Shangri-la. A Liverpool One linchpin, Paradise Street is a sweeping pedestrianised avenue flanked by flagship fashion, sportswear and shoe shops. Big-name brands to look out for include Superdry, Urban Outfitters and H&M.
Hanover Street
Hanover Street’s restored buildings blend brand names with independent retailers. A highlight is Gostins Arcade, an alternative shopping centre stuffed with second-hand stores and quirky boutiques run by local designers. Inside you can pick up vintage clothes and handmade accessories, browse used books and records or tuck into homemade cake and coffee.
Liverpool Fashion Week
Move over Milan, New York and London – Liverpool is the last word in style. With a 'fashion for all' philosophy, Liverpool Fashion Week’s five nights of catwalk shows flaunt the latest trends from labels both local and national. Its glitzy exhibitions let fashionistas mingle with designers and pick up unique pieces direct from their collections.
Fussy fashionistas will find everything their hearts desire in this upscale city-centre mall – a firm favourite with Liverpool FC players and local celebrities. Designer stores including Armani, DKNY and Mac are interspersed with high-end gift shops and fresh floral displays, while Metquarter’s trendy cafés are just the spot for a stylish mid-shopping snack.
Liverpool ONE
Anchored at each end by flagship department stores, Liverpool ONE is the pulsing heart of the city’s retail scene. This open-air shopping complex spans several streets, with two floors of the biggest high-street and designer names accompanied by a dizzying array of international restaurants, an indoor mini-golf course and Liverpool’s largest cinema.
Cavern Quarter
Liverpool and The Beatles go hand in hand, and nowhere more so than in the Cavern Quarter. This city-centre district is focused on Mathew Street and the eponymous nightclub where the Fab Four made their name. Fans can pick up souvenirs in The Beatles Shop, while fashionistas can find luxury labels in the Cavern Walks boutique shopping centre.
Church Street
Liverpool ONE may get all the attention, but Church Street is still at the heart of the city’s shopping scene. Liverpudlians flock to this central avenue to stock up on everything from clothing and shoes to makeup and accessories. Flagship fashion brands found there include Top Shop, Primark and Forever 21.
Lark Lane
Situated near Sefton Park, south of the city centre, this leafy street is Liverpool’s boho hub. Lark Lane’s Victorian buildings are filled with quirky boutiques, antique shops and fashionable cafés. Meanwhile, a monthly farmers’ markets let you pick up the best local produce fresh from the source.
Lord Street
This short thoroughfare is the meeting point of Liverpool’s major shopping districts. Lined with high-street shops and cafés, Lord Street neatly separates the vast Liverpool ONE complex from the trendy Cavern Quarter and the city’s most famous retail address, Church Street.
Cheshire Oaks
If shopping’s the only thing on your mind, this out-of-town outlet village should do the trick. Easily accessible from Liverpool, Cheshire Oaks is a label-lover’s paradise. Designer brands including Ralph Lauren, Ted Baker and Gucci are on offer at knock-down prices, while high-street retailers and bustling restaurant chains complete the picture.
Concert Square
Pubs, clubs and rambunctious punters. Whether you fancy a shisha pipe in snazzy Modo, footy and a pint in McCooley’s or a proper rave up in The Krazyhouse, Concert Square packs something for everyone. If your head’s throbbing the morning after, sip an espresso on Soho Bar’s sun-kissed terrace.
Wood Street
What’s your poison? Fruit-tinged tequila, Scottish craft beer or cocktails in Moroccan medina-style surroundings? Either way, Wood Street’s got you covered. Its parade of bars overflows with happy-go-lucky revellers every night of the week. To hang with the cool kids, head to Bar Ca Va, BrewDog or the Camel Club.
Stanley Street Quarter
The absolutely fabulous four. This rainbow-flagged rectangle of streets proudly welcomes visitors to Liverpool’s LGBT quarter. The area becomes the epicentre of the city’s Pride festival each summer, but the party vibe persists all year round. Head to Superstar Boudoir for drag acts, disco tunes and delicious cocktails.
Saint Peter's Square and Seel Street
If you’re looking for bar-hopping heaven, Scousers swear by Seel Street. First, set sail for the Shipping Forecast to chow on gourmet burgers and sip international craft beers. Then wiggle the wee hours away at Alma de Cuba’s church-turned-Carnival club. Its Sunday brunch with live gospel choir will soothe any sore heads.
Shooters Sports Bar
Spicy chicken wings, ice-cold beer and live football on the telly – that’s the life! At Shooters, you can have it all. This bar is perfect for a gathering, whether you’re after good-value dinner specials or just want to witness your team’s greatest triumphs in good company. You can even get in on the sporting action with a game of billiards. Rack ’em up!
The Boot Room Sports Café
Found underneath Liverpool FC’s legendary Kop stand, the Boot Room sports café is the closest you’ll get to Anfield stadium without a match ticket. It’s decked out in memorabilia celebrating the club’s biggest triumphs and widescreen TVs showing their greatest games. Throw in a family-friendly menu, and Reds of all ages will be chuffed to spend some time here.
Goodison Park
Are you a true Blue? This storied football ground has been the home of Everton FC since 1892. In that time, the Goodison faithful have seen it all: trophy-laden glory days, great escapes from relegation and giant killings in the cup. Even if you’re a neutral, join the impassioned sea of blue-clad fans in the tightly packed Gwladys Street end for a rip-roaring atmosphere like no other.
Dale Street
Dale Street is famous for two things: Grade II-listed buildings and Grade A ale houses. Sometimes they’re one and the same. Set in a charming Victorian building and serving real cask ale, the Saddle Inn is a great choice for a pre- or post-match pint. If you can’t make it to the game, catch it on TV at The Excelsior over a steaming hot plate of fish and chips.
Mathew Street
The Reds and Blues of Merseyside might squabble over who has the best footy team, but there are no arguments when it comes to music. After the final whistle blows, you’ll find fans of both clubs on Mathew Street, the boisterous birthplace of the Merseybeat. Join the jamboree of Beatlemaniacs and ’60s nostalgists at the Cavern Club for a hard day’s night of music and merriment.
Liverpool One Shopping Centre
If you only have time to visit one shopping centre in Liverpool, make it this one. It has everything you can think of, from high-street chains and designer brands, to specialist shops and soccer-club superstores. Liverpudlians are famously friendly, so don’t be shy in asking staff and fellow shoppers for tips or directions.
The Baltic Fleet Brew Pub
This old Victorian pub oozes character. Dark wood furnishings and framed nautical pictures recall its past as a favourite haunt of thirsty sailors in the 19th century, but there’s some hidden history too. Pull up a stool and ask the chatty bar staff about the secret cellar tunnels where they now brew their delicious cask ales.
Salt Dog Slims
A speakeasy-style bar for easy going locals. Amid the noisy nightspots on Seel Street, this unassuming pub is peopled by a chilled-out crowd and equally laid-back staff. Head inside if you like craft beers, cocktails and seriously spicy hot dogs. Upstairs, the secret club requires a code – you’ll need to charm your fellow punters to crack it!

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Traveller's reviews and photos

Trip on the ferry across to Birkenhead then train to Port Sunlight is a must. Very good museums on Dock side. Beatles tour and open top bus trip, and lunch in Philharmonic Pub are also experiences not to miss
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22 October 2017
Great city plenty to see and do.loved ferry.opentop bus.and restaurant and bars easy to see everything easy stroll down to docks .loved the cavern and Mathew street.
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22 October 2017
Enjoyed our trip very much ,the museums located both within the city and the dock area are brilliant highly recommend a visit .
Spencer Harbron
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22 October 2017
Very good
Good shopping and plenty of places to eat, easily accessed from airport.
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22 October 2017
Vibrant city with loads of cultural and shopping experiences. Range of restaurants excellent!
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22 October 2017

Accommodation and hotels in Liverpool

Jurys Inn Liverpool

8.8 Fabulous

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The Dolby Hotel

8.2 Very good

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Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre

9 Superb

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Hard Days Night Hotel

8.9 Fabulous

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Holiday Inn Express Liverpool-Albert Dock

8.8 Fabulous

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Days Inn Liverpool

8.5 Very good

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Novotel Liverpool Centre

8.7 Fabulous

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Best Western Premier Collection Richmond Hotel

8.3 Very good

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The Liner at Liverpool

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Discover Liverpool

Popular neighbourhoods in Liverpool

Liverpool Shopping District

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A shopper’s delight – all you need is cash! Bold Street’s top of the pops for used vinyl and vintage clothes. If you dig designer threads at designer prices, hit the Metquarter Mall. Liverpool One’s unbeatable for big brands like Debenhams or Zara. Next door is breezy Chavasse Park, perfect for a timeout from the retail rush.


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Liverpool is home to Europe’s oldest Chinese community. So, it’s no surprise that you’ll find the best noodles in town here. Duke Street’s glut of affordable pan-Asian eateries draws a young, studenty crowd. The area’s hard to miss – two bronze lions and a multi-coloured, 15-metre high Imperial Arch welcome you to the neighbourhood.


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“How boss is this place, la’? Eh, how long’s a piece of rope?!” This is a bar-hopper’s heaven, and Scousers swear by Seel Street. Try the Shipping Forecast for gourmet burgers and hip craft beers. Then wiggle the wee hours away at Alma de Cuba’s church turned Carnival club. Its Sunday brunch with live gospel choir soothes any sore heads.

The Docks

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Follow the Mersey’s flow to feel the city’s pulse. Once home to heavy industry, today this waterfront district blends cultural heritage with exciting nightlife. Delve into its shipping past at the Maritime Museum or join the big sing-along at the Beatles Story. Rock ‘n’ stroll around Albert Dock – it’s got pubs and clubs to beat the band.

Hope Street Quarter

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This upscale area pops to life like a period TV show, all cobbled alleys and grand Georgian houses. Visit 60 Hope Street, a listed-townhouse turned swanky bistro that’s popular among theatre luvvies. Get in on the act and see a play at the Everyman Theatre. It’s been a bohemian breeding ground for politically-charged drama since 1964.

Cavern Quarter

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Centred on Mathew Street, this is the boisterous birthplace of the Merseybeat. Join the jamboree of Beatlemaniacs and ’60s nostalgists at the Cavern Club. A replica of the bulldozed original, it still delivers a hard day’s night of music and merriment. If DJs and cocktail bars are more your scene, Victoria Street’s the place to be seen.

Baltic Triangle

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Creative bright sparks reignited this old shipping district. Its once crumbling warehouses now host everything from digital startups to underground clubs. Check out The Gallery or Arena Studios for up-and-coming regional artists. Then pitch up at Camp and Furnace for the night: its street food parties and psychedelic music fests are ice-cold cool.

St George's Quarter

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This old Victorian hub seems stiff at first. Its numerous Neoclassical buildings are hard to tell apart. Yet the stoic columns of St George’s Hall stand out like Liverpool’s answer to the Parthenon. Here, passionate locals gather to celebrate famous football victories or show their political colours. Don’t be shy, the more the merrier!

Local tips for Liverpool

The suburb of Woolton
Lauren by Lauren

Lauren loves The Beatles (naturally!) and uncovering new hangouts when she’s back home visiting.

The quaint suburb of Woolton is worth the 30-minute bus ride from the city centre. Packed with cute cafés and restaurants, it’s the home of Woolton Picture House, Liverpool’s oldest cinema. Spot Eleanor Rigby’s grave in the grounds of St. Peter's Parish Church.

  • Woolton, Merseyside, Liverpool, L25
Shiverpool Ghost Tour
Aimee by Aimee

Whilst living in the city, Aimee loved checking out its bars and Bold Street’s vintage shopping.

This walking ghost tour is led by a creepy crew of guides determined to scare up some screams. Historic tales and horror stories show you the spooky side of the city. The tour even ends in the Anglican Cathedral graveyard to add to the scare factor!

  • 120d Cotton Exchange Building/Old Hall Street, Liverpool L3 9LQ
  • Open Tuesday–Sunday 10:30–18:00
The suburb of Mossley Hill
Nicola by Nicola

Born and bred Scouser Nicola now lives in Manchester.

Mossley Hill is a suburb located about 20 minutes’ drive from the city centre. Close to the leafy Sefton Park, keep your eyes peeled for a couple of Beatles-related landmarks, including Penny Lane and Allerton Road, as well as a couple of popular restaurants.

  • Mossley Hill, Merseyside, Liverpool, L18
Mersey Ferry
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Hailing from The Wirral, just across the Mersey, Rebecca’s knows Liverpool buzzing centre well.

Hop aboard a “Ferry cross the Mersey” from Pier Head Terminal and see Liverpool’s sights from the water. You can opt to take a river cruise stopping at Seacombe and Woodside, and your ticket will also include access to the U-Boat Story Exhibition at Woodside.

  • Mersey Ferries, Pier Head, Georges Pierhead, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 1DP
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The Everyman Theatre
Derin by Derin

Derin loves returning to Liverpool with its famously friendly locals and passion for football.

One of the country’s most famous theatrical venues, the iconic Everyman Theatre is set in one of Liverpool’s creative districts. A former chapel, it features stunning, award-winning architecture. Check out a performance here and relax in the bar, which looks onto Hope Street.

Lark Lane
Jodie by Jodie

Jodie has got to know the city well after spending a lot of time here for work.

Leading up to Sefton Park, this road is lined with independent cafés, restaurants, bars, shops and even art galleries. It’s one of my favourite parts of Liverpool and offers a great bohemian vibe, all set off the beaten track.

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Recommendations for Liverpool

After listening to folk session in White Star pub, was given loads of advice on places to visit and other good ale pubs to try. Told loads about history of Liverpool. Really glad they told us about the library - well worth a visit, great contrast of modern and old in one building.

Call into The Cavern in the morning for a cup of coffee if you want a unhurried look around and a chance to soak up the ambience of the place. Then go back later when there is some live music on.

Get a good street map, plan sights to visit, start with open-top bus ride, wear comfortable shoes, and walk - everything in Central Liverpool is within walking distance.

Mathew street fab, felt very safe there, loved the live music and the friendly people can't wait to go again x

Very interesting learning snippets from ordinary people

Business district for great restaurants.

lots of places for a cuppa and sit down

Lots of little interesting shops

The Cavern Club


Liverpool transport

Air - Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Running between 04.42 and 18.54, the Arriva 500 express bus connects Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Liverpool One bus stations in 25 minutes. Saveaway tickets cost GBP 3.90, offering a day’s off-peak travel. Rail services to Lime Street and Central stations run from Liverpool South Parkway, connected to the terminal by bus. They run between 06.00 and 23.45 Monday to Saturday, and around 08.00 until 23.45 on Sundays. A taxi will cost around GBP 20.


Taxis in Liverpool resemble London’s black “Hackney” cabs with a “Taxi” sign on their roof and a badge displaying the driver’s information. Taxis can be hailed around the city centre, for example around the Albert Docks and the main shopping areas like Bold Street and Great Charlotte Street. You can now pay using your credit or debit card and Hackney-style cabs will display a “Chip, Pin and Go” sign if they offer this service.


Arriva and Stagecoach operate buses around the city centre. As there is no standard bus fare, the city’s Saveaway ticket is the most economical and costs GBP 3.90 for a day’s off-peak travel. It can be used at all times apart from between 06.30 and 09.30 Monday to Friday, and can be used on buses and trains. A weekly Trio ticket costs GBP 17.70 and can be used on buses, trains and ferries. Buses generally run between 06.00 and 23.00.


The city centre has 4 main stations: Lime Street, Central, Moorfields and James Street, which is the closest to the docks. Trains run from around 06.00 until midnight. They are generally used to travel out of the city and to Liverpool South Parkway, in order to reach the airport. If you are taking the train within the city, a single ticket costs GBP 1.75 and a day return will cost GBP 3.70.


These green and white bikes can be found at over 140 stations across the city centre. Bike hire costs GBP 3 per day and GBP 9 for a week. You’ll need to register online first and pay by credit or debit card, and you will then receive a log-in and pin number, which you enter into the screen at the bike station. The citybike website will show you how many bikes are currently available at each station.


When travelling around the city centre, it’s best to stay on foot, or to catch the bus or train. If you park on the street, you pay at a meter, so prices vary depending on the time of day. Multi-storey car parks can be found around the centre but they can be expensive, costing approximately GBP 2.50 an hour. Make sure you don’t drive in the bus lanes, as you could get a fine.


Liverpool’s famous ferry across the Mersey departs from Pier Head Ferry Terminal, which is next to the Royal Liver Building and just north of the Albert Docks. There are direct 10-minute services to Seacombe, or River Explorer cruises which also stop at Woodside, taking about 50 minutes. Tickets cost GBP 10 for adults and GBP 6.50 for children.

Food in Liverpool

Top restaurants in Liverpool

Good value
Buffalo Jacks American Bar and Grill
Cheap 'n' tasty
Hopskotch Restaurant and Bar
Cheap 'n' tasty
Casa Italia
Cheap 'n' tasty
Egg Cafe
Cheap 'n' tasty
Bistro Pierre
Good value
Upstairs Bistro
Cheap 'n' tasty
Lime Kiln (Lloyd's Bar)
Cheap 'n' tasty
Cuthberts Bakehouse
Good value
Middle Eastern
  • 54 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4HR, United Kingdom
  • Open Monday–Thursday 08:00–22:00, Friday–Saturday 08:00–23:00, Sunday 10:00–22:00
  • 0044 1517071255
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Good value
  • 18-20 College Lane, Liverpool L1 3DS
  • Open Monday–Thursday 10:00–21:00, Friday 10:00–22:00, Saturday 09:00–22:00, Sunday 10:00–20:30
  • 0044 151 7069770
High-end dining
  • Hard Days Night Hotel, North John Street, Liverpool, L2 6RR
  • Open Monday 07:00–10:00 and 18:00–22:00, Tuesday–Thursday 07:00–10:00 and 12:00–14:30 and 18:00–22:00, Friday–Saturday 07:00–10:00 and 12:00–22:00, Sunday 07:00–10:00
  • 0044 1512361964
Cheap 'n' tasty
Moose Coffee
Cheap 'n' tasty
Mowgli Street Food
Good value
Nolita Cantina
  • 81a Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4HF
  • Open Monday 15:00–21:00, Tuesday–Saturday 12:00–22:00, Sunday 13:00–21:00
  • 0044 1517085061
Good value
Miss Kitty's
Good value
The Shipping Forecast
Cheap 'n' tasty
Free State Kitchen
Cheap 'n' tasty
The Brink
High-end dining
Italian Club Fish
Good value
Alma de Cuba
Cheap 'n' tasty
Red Hot Buffet
  • P11, The Terrace, Liverpool One, Paradise Street, Liverpool L1 8JF
  • Open Monday–Thursday 12:00–22:30, Friday–Saturday 12:00–23:00, 12:00–22:00
  • 0044 1517079688
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San Carlo
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Restaurant Bar & Grill
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