Priyadarshini Paitandy walks you through the best of the city’s entertainment.
People visiting Liverpool after a decade say they can barely recognise it. It’s like watching a child grow. Or, in this scenario, it’s like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, where the city just gets younger. , It has kept up with the changing times and gotten all glitzy, but deep within, its still holds on to its reputation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The new waterfront is the pride of the Liverpudlians. “Have you seen it?” they often ask with their eyes gleaming. The geometric, monstrous Museum of Liverpool that sits by the dock attracts a flurry of tourists. Cafes, chic hotels and buildings that showcase a mix of old and modern architecture also dot the harbour front.