Things to see and do - Liverpool
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Liverpool Leisure tips
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Liverpool Travel guide
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It is difficult to think of Liverpool without the Beatles coming to mind. This happy association, however, is only a fraction of what the city has to offer. Its industrial heritage has been made a virtue, with Albert Dock now a place of recreation, its Tate Gallery and its Garden Festival, all bearing witness to the city’s cultural dynamism. “L’pool” is also well placed for excursions into Wales, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
Tourist attractions Liverpool : Things to see and do
William Brown Street GB - Liverpool L3 8EL
This museum exhibits a panorama of the British school, from the portraits of the Elizabethan era to the important works of Stubbs. Many paintings from the Italian school dating from the 14C are on display here, as well as many interesting Northern Eu..
Mount Pleasant GB - Liverpool L3 5TQ
This Church took a long time to be build (1933-1967) due to the outbreak of war and numerous changes of architect.
Berry GB - Liverpool L3
Chinese Arch marks the entry to the chinatown area of Liverpool. 15m in height, surmounted by a five-tier roof and decorated with 200 dragons, this fine monumental gateway was realised by artisans in Shanghai, Liverpool's twin city. Imported piece by..
City Centre, 4-8 Mount Pleasant GB - Liverpool L3 5RY
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A 2-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street and 5 minutes' stroll from Liverpool Central Train Station, The Liverpool Inn Hotel offers city centre accommodation with a bar and free WiFi. This hotel is also within 5 minutes of the Clayton Square, St Jo..
Lime Street GB - Liverpool L1 1NQ
In Liverpool’s bustling centre, this Holiday Inn is just opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station. It provides modern rooms with plasma-screen satellite TVs, air conditioning, and private bathrooms with power showers. The hotel is a 15-minute walk from..
One Queen Square GB - Liverpool L1 1RH
Just a 5-minute walk from Lime Street Rail Station, the 4-star Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre offers a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool with a whirlpool spa bath. Free WiFi is available in public areas. Each stylish room features a 3..
Leisure activities Liverpool
The Beatles Story is the leading permanent attraction dedicated to the lives and times of the Fab Four, based on the UNESCO World Heritage site on Liverpool's iconic waterfront. The Beatles Story Exhibition : Follow the journey of 4 lads from Li..
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Feel the excitement of a live soccer game at Liverpool's Anfield Stadium. You can join 45,000 fans, revel in the electric atmosphere, and cheer on your favorite players as one of the most celebrated soccer teams in the world takes to the field and ..
Hop aboard the world-famous Mersey River Explorer Cruise and see Liverpool's history-rich sights by water! Choose from a standard hop-on hop-off River Mersey cruise or a combination ticket that includes entrance to other Liverpool attractions. The ..
10 Chapel St GB - L3 9AG Liverpool
3 Thomas Steers Way GB - L1 8LW Liverpool
Casartelli Building, 16-20 Hanover St GB - L1 4AA Liverpool
Lively restaurant near the old docks, with a smart, rustic interior featuring a metal-topped cocktail bar and exposed bricks and air ducts. All-day menus offer something for everyone, from small plates and grills to charcuterie and oysters.
Central buildings, North John St GB - L2 6RR Liverpool
40 Hope St GB - L1 9DA Liverpool
Start with a drink in the hotel's lounge-bar, then head to the spacious modern restaurant divided by large shards of glass. The set menu represents the best value, while the à la carte steps things up a gear; both rely on local produce.
1 North John St GB - L2 5QW Liverpool