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Miniguide to Liverpool: Located in the North West of England, Liverpool is a bustling maritime city with an abundance of history. The birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool is home to a thriving music scene. Take a trip to where it all began with a visit to the world-famous Cavern Club. Here you’ll find a host of live music from some of the resident bands and up-and-coming artists.
Liverpool is home to many museums and galleries. The Tate Liverpool is the most visited art gallery outside of London, whilst in the Merseyside maritime museum you can explore the history of the great port of Liverpool.
A trip to the famed Royal Albert Dock is an experience you should always tick off when you’re visiting the city. A 20 minute walk from Lime Street station, the docks are a cultural hotspot and a key part of the city’s World Heritage waterfront.
For an interesting culinary experience, head on down to the Baltic Market. An indoor food court serving an abundance of street food from around the world. There’s also plenty of fine dining experiences available to you. The Art School is an award-winning fine dining restaurant by one of the North West’s top chefs, Paul Askew.
The city is also a shopper’s paradise, with Liverpool One shopping centre sat close to the famous waterfront. Liverpool ONE boasts over 170 shops and restaurants under one roof so you’ll be sure to find what you need.
Liverpool Travel Information: Liverpool is a compact city which makes getting around fairly easy. If you fancy clocking up the miles, you can get around by bike using the Liverpool Cycle Map to help you find your way. If you don’t rate your navigation skills, you can jump on the train; Merseyrail trains run frequently throughout the day across 68 stations in and around the Liverpool area. With 4 city centre underground stations - Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street - you can easily get around the city, giving you more time to see everything Liverpool has to offer. Merseytravel manage Liverpool’s bus network, too. There’s two main city centre bus terminals serving the city – Liverpool ONE and Queen Square. The quickest and most reliable way to get around is to hire a taxi, minibus or coach. By taxi it’s roughly a 30 minute drive from Liverpool John Lennon airport to the city centre.