Ranking amongst one of the world's friendliest cities, Liverpool, is England's historic charm in the west. This port city at the banks of River Mersey, has an obsessive love for football, unparalleled musical heritage, resplendent museums and galleries and so much more that make it's name resonate across the world. Liverpool has something for everyone, find out how:
- Football: Liverpool has world class sport offering, home to the Liverpool Football club, this city sees fans taking pilgrimage to the iconic Anfield Stadium of LFC; here you can explore the world of football, visit the hall of fame, see the silverware that includes 5 European Trophies, while you relive the historic triumphs and indulge in nostalgia. You can also eat at the Boot Room Sports' cafe, and if you're lucky enough you might watch a match live and experience an exhilarating atmosphere. The Everton FC's stadium, Goodison Park and Anfield are just one mile apart. LFC Stadium, Anfield
- The Beatles: Liverpool is the birthplace of the cult rock band The Beatles; formed in 1960, the band grew to become the greatest and most influential band in music history. Cavern Quarter and Albert dock are Mecca to The Beatles' fans, where the fans can avail The Beatles Story Experience; see the exclusive memorabilia, exhibitions and even take an audio guide narrated by John Lennon's sister. Albert Dock At Night
- Museums and Galleries: This city has to it's credit, the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of the Capital. World Museum, Museum of Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Walker Art Gallery are just to name a few among many. World Museum, Liverpool
- Liverpool Anglican Cathedral: Breathtakingly beautiful in intricacy and magnificence, it is not only Britain’s biggest Cathedral, but also world's biggest Anglican cathedral. It took 74 years to build and is a classic example of how fascinating and varied the city's architecture is. Designated as the cultural capital, the city on one hand has buildings like the Speke Hall, dating from the 16th Century, and on the other hand, has some of the finest examples of neo-classical architecture in the world, like the St. George's Hall. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
- Culture/Musical Heritage: Officially, the World Capital of Pop, Liverpool's musical heritage is unrivaled. Having been home to the Fab Four, Liverpool hosts many music festivals throughout the year including Liverpool International Music Festival, Africa Oyé, Sound City and International Beatleweek. It also has the world-class Echo Arena Liverpool where many great concerts have taken place. Liverpool International Music Festival
- Upbeat Lifestyle: For the shopaholic in you, at the heart of the city is Liverpool ONE, a huge open-air shopping center. Having various high-profile stores and more than 160 famous high street shops. The city is known for it's lively nightlife and the amazing range of restaurants, bistros, bars and cafes that offer the most succulent lambs to a pure vegan diet. Liverpool also hosts various Food and Drinks Festivals throughout the year, which is a delectable experience in itself.
Beauty Bazaar At Liverpool One
- Greenery, Parks & Waterfronts: Liverpool has more parks than Paris, and they are a must see. Crosby Beach and Another Place, Sefton Park and Palm House, and Formby Natural Coast are some of the leisurely places not to be missed.