The Liverpool City region is mostly known for its top-quality football teams, the fab four and its thriving culture. In the last decade or so it has transformed into one of the most lucrative cities in England and continues…
Liverpool’s historic docks are admired across the world and are considered so important to international heritage that in 2004 they were made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
To truly get a sense of who the Beatles were, you’ll have to go back to where it all began – Liverpool.
The city centre roadworks scheme has entered a new phase as work commences on a number of streets around the city. More info here.
The regeneration plan takes precedence over Liverpool’s World Heritage status, says the mayor.
Liverpool’s new Royal Liver Building 360 experience offers breathtaking views and an immersive projection mapping show celebrating the British port city.
A projection mapping show is set to wow visitors to Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building when the new RLB360 guest experience opens to the public this May.
From picturesque walks to wildlife spotting and boat rides, a visit to your local canal or river can make a great day out for all the family.
Mersey Ferries has announced that 2019 will see its busiest cruise programme ever, with 30 spectacular cruises taking place on board the world-famous River Mersey. The season of Evening Cruises planned for 2019 will delight fans of entertainment, as a host of musically led evenings have been planned, with the return of the popular Summer […]
The Liverpool Lime Street railway station – built in 1836 – is the oldest grand terminus mainline still in use.
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Liverpool is a fast paced city with plenty of events and festivals being packed into each year – 2019 is no exception…
The city was named in the Telegraph’s Top 20 Travel Destinations…
Be sure to put these five attractions at the top of your travel itinerary.
Famous worldwide for its legendary football clubs and a rich musical heritage that includes the likes of Cilla Black, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and, of course, the Beatles, Liverpool has seen a huge amount of regeneration in recent years. From the vast new shopping and residential complexes built in the past decade, to the transformation of disused warehouses into thriving hubs of independent enterprise, Liverpool continues to evolve and adapt.
Thanks to the Beatles, thousands of visitors head to Liverpool every year to visit Strawberry Fields, Penny Lane, the Cavern Club and other landmarks tied to the Fab Four. Less well-known is the city’s claim to more museums and galleries than any other in the United Kingdom, outside of London. Create your own magical mystery tour by exploring a few of the most distinctive exhibition halls and the beautifully renewed civic spaces between them. — Jeanne Cooper Morning Emerge from newly renovated Lime Street Station, served by nonstop trains from Manchester and London, and admire the grand sweep of Neoclassical St. George’s Hall.
Sgt Pepper turns 50; a magical musical history tour in the Beatles’ backyard.
The birthplace of the legendary Fab Four and a designated Unesco World Heritage Site, Liverpool is one of the gems in the Northern cultural crown. The waterfront is a good place to start, and making our way through the city we are met with an impressive array of historic buildings.
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