Situated in Merseyside in the North West of England, Liverpool is a vibrant hub that boasts many areas which have been granted UNESCO World Heritage status. Because of its location, the city is easily accessed and there are several transport links for trains if you prefer to leave the car at home. Liverpool lies in the Mersey Estuary, and as such it possesses a rich maritime history, which can be uncovered at one of the city’s main attractions, Albert Dock.
Having been a firm fixture for more than 160 years, Albert Dock continues to draw visitors to Liverpool year upon year. As well as boasting a wide variety of bars and restaurants, you can explore the world-famous Beatles Story, the Maritime Museum, Tate Liverpool, and the International Slavery Museum.
Of course, when talking about Liverpool, the Fab Four simply can’t go unmentioned. Whether you’re a fan or not of The Beatles, you will find the themed attractions fascinating. Perhaps hop on the Magical Mystery Tour bus trip and see the most famous Beatles’ landmarks, including Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane. Alternatively, visit the famous Cavern Club, a nightclub where The Beatles first introduced their music to the city. With everything from Beatles festivals to tours, you can’t escape the magic of the Cavern. For the ultimate Beatles fan, Hard Days Night hotel is the perfect place to stay in the city as you can totally immerse yourself in their history, artwork and memorabilia.
Liverpool One is the perfect day out for shopaholics who need to get their fix of designer stores and boutiques. But for those of you who prefer to admire the distinctive architecture of the city, you will find many wonderful buildings that are steeped in rich heritage. Speke Hall, Croxteth Hall, Liverpool Town Hall, Liverpool Cathedral and The Lyceum are just a few examples of the notable landmarks you can discover during your hotel break in Liverpool.
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