Most famous for its two cathedrals, the Albert docks, the Beatles, the Mersey ferries and, of course, its two football teams, the city of Liverpool has a strong and interesting past but is constantly evolving, even more so since winning the prestigious award of European Capital of Culture 2008.
The people of Liverpool, better known as ‘Liverpudlians’ or ‘Scousers’ are some of the friendliest people you'll find around and happily share their city with you.
Liverpool FC Museum and Stadium Tour
This is a must-see for all football fans. Liverpool Football Club has won more European titles than any other English club and has a long-standing rivalry with Manchester United. You do not even have to be interested in football to watch a game, just appreciate the cheers and the atmosphere.
The Beatles Story
A multilingual audio tour guides visitors through The Beatles Story. Here you can join them from their early days in Hamburg to their international superstardom.
If there is something United Kingdom is known for, except The Beatles, football and Fish & Chips, it is all the pubs. This splendid brewery produces a range of award winning beers.
Good to know
Many of the city’s main attractions are within easy reach from the town centre so many visitors opt to bring a comfortable pair of shoes and a road map and go exploring by foot. Public transport runs frequently throughout the day and a small number of bus services operate at night. The city’s two bus stations are on Roe Street and Paradise Street, closer to town centre. There is also an underground system that operates between Liverpool’s four main train stations (Lime Street, Central Station, James Street and Moorfields).
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