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0.9 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $64 a night
0.6 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $35 a night
0.5 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $38 a night
Hope Street Quarter
0.7 miles from downtown
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.
Places to stay from $22 a night
St George's Quarter
0.2 miles from downtown
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!
Places to stay from $114 a night
0.6 miles from downtown
“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.
Places to stay from $35 a night
Liverpool is a city of rapid growth and a hotspot for pop culture.
Liverpool used to be one of the UK’s most important trade and migration ports, and today the city's focal point is the old docks. Here, the contemporary Museum of Liverpool traces the city’s roots, while the Tate Liverpool gallery showcases modern art from around the world. The Royal Albert Dock is known for its Liverpool ONE shopping mall and is home to the Beatles Story museum. Learn all about Liverpool’s most famous musical export, then take a magical mystery tour of all the places associated with the "fab four" around town. From childhood homes and schools to Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, the city center is full of sites that inspired some of their most memorable songs. And if that’s not enough, catch a gig at the legendary Cavern Club, where The Beatles often performed before they were famous.
For many, Liverpool isn't only synonymous with music, but soccer as well. If you can score tickets, be sure to catch a game at Anfield—home to Liverpool FC—or else take a tour of the club’s museum to learn about its historic achievements.
Even if you spent eight days a week here, you could still find plenty more things to do and see, but Liverpool can even be enjoyed over a quick breakl
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||May-July|
|Local currency||£1 = $1.31|
|Average weekend price||$151 per night|
|Average weekday price||$128 per night|
|Average stay||1 night|
Was very quiet in the city centre due to COVID 19 virus. Went to the Pier Head waterfront. More people about and the odd busker. I spent some time reading the memorials to the sailors of all nationalities who were lost in WW2.
Excellent venue for a City Break. Can easy walk around the City enjoying the varied tourist attractions. Also used the City Bus Tours which offers an overall view of the City, giving various advice on what to further explore. There for two days, however felt we could have stayed longer. Will soon return to catch up on things we missed!
Liked buzz of the place. Tate Musuem - excellent installatons Walker Musuem - John Moore Prize Winners Doctor Duncan's Pub Cavern area on a Sunday mornng - very quiet to loo around too busy for me on Saturday General upkeep of old buildngs Walked everywhere all very accessible
other than the high winds coming in off the mersey while we were there it was excellent. getting around in liverpool is easy as there are a lot of buses and taxis available when they are needed the people of liverpool are nothing but friendly and welcoming i can recommend the arkles pub in anfield for a traditional pint and atmosphere
We only came from Manchester, so not too far away. We love the history surrounding Liverpool and were excited to visit the museum's, Docks and The Beatles story tour. The old architecture is lovely to see as well as the more modern buildings. We took a couple of taxis whilst we were there and the drivers were very friendly and told us about places to visit. There are some good places to eat and drink on the Docks, we indulged in some cheeky cocktails!
First time I've been a tourist in Liverpool since my twenties, more than 40 years ago. It's certainly looking a lot better, though must admit we spent only a day there, around the harbour and tourist area. Grand old municipal and commercial buildings from Liverpool's Victorian heyday, all now restored and refurbished, as have all the brick warehouses around the docks, that now house some great museums, including Tate Liverpool and the Slavery Museum. Local people lived up to their stereotype - very friendly and good fun. Got advice about good restaurants , interesting roads to walk down and, when we headed north for the Lake District, immaculately clear directions for a bloke working on Highways Maintenance.
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