Hello! We are here to help you to have a good time and take the most of this amazing city.

Liverpool is a great place to be, especially during your Summer holiday.

What could I see? What could I do? Where could I eat? Where could I sleep? Where could I meet people?

Here are some tips, activities and places to know during your staying in Liverpool.

Liverpool’s waterfront is a designated World Heritage Site. That puts it on par with the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China! The accolade was granted by UNESCO in July 2004. The city’s bid was centred on Liverpool as a Maritime Mercantile city and reflected the city’s significance as a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global influence. You can get an amazing view of it from New Brighton a very beautiful town located on the other side of the Mersey, on the Wirral.

The city of Liverpool host many museums and most of them are free, it’s a chance! Here’s some of those, you would appreciate to visit:

The World Museum: It covers archaeology, ethnology and the natural and physical sciences.

Merseyside Maritime Museum: The city’s seafaring heritage

Museum of Liverpool: The story of Liverpool and its people

Walker Art Gallery: IT houses one of the largest art collections in England, outside London.

International Slavery Museum: It displays cover untold stories of enslaved people.

Tate Museum: it’s a modern art museum.

Western Approaches Museum: A secret museum about World War 2. Did you know that Churchill was actually in Liverpool during the 2nd WW? 

Liverpool has also a great and different type of architecture. These two attractions represent the mix between modern and historic monuments:

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral: It’s a beautiful modern cathedral.

Liverpool Cathedral: It’s one of the biggest cathedral in the world.

If you’re a football fanatic you have to go to Anfield and Everton to see the stadiums and discover the stories of the clubs.  You will here discover the histories of both clubs. Actually did you know that Everton was the first football club in Liverpool and took place at Anfield? 

In Liverpool, football is more than a sport its a religion. Here you will understand the meaning of the word “supporter”. Are you red or blue? Time to choose.

Liverpool is a great place if you love music. The most famous band in England comes from here, The Beatles!

Many places to see and to visit about our four lads.

The Beatles Story: The world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives and times of The Beatles. 

Magical Mystery Tour: A 2 hours trip in the city, you’ll see Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, some Beatles’s childhood houses, and learn many facts about the bandmates and their hits.

Cavern Club: An old club where The Beatles used to play, now you can watch live-show from look-like guys.

Casbah Coffee Club: A place where The Beatles played when they were The Quarrymen.

The Grapes, Ye Cracke, The Philharmonic, The Jacaranda & The White Star: That’s some pubs where The Beatles used to enjoy a nice pint of beer, you can follow their steps.

Summer is coming and in despite of the stereotypes it’s worm! The north of England is where is needed to be to meet people from all around the world, Having great parties and be in some of the most amazing music festival in Europe. The summer Liverpool houses all kinds of events you would probably enjoy. 

The Liverpool International Music Festival, including the summer jam festival which is free - 21-24 July

Africa Oyé, a festival on African music and culture - 18-19 June

Drink beer at a craft beer expo - 16-19 June

World Gin Day, a gin festival - 13th June

Liverpool Loves, a festival putting the city in the spotlight - 4-6 August

Liverpool food & drink festival, book your week-end to eat, eat and drink in Sefton park - 17-18 September 

The Beatles Week, come and celebrate the glory of the most famous band in England - 24-30 August

Brasilica Festival, the UK’s only Brazilian festival and Samba Carnival - 15-17 July

Vintage on the Dock, a celebration of 20th Century vintage cool - 9-10 July

Liverpool Biennal, a free festival of newly commissioned contemporary art from around the world - 9th July / 16th October

International Mersey Festival, a celebration of Liverpool's wonderful and historic waterfront which is completely free - 3-5 June

Folk on the Dock, music and maritime heritage in an exuberant celebration of live acoustic folk, sea shanty and folk rock 27-29 August

If you just want to enjoy a nice drink in a garden with sunglasses on, you’ll find those places perfect!

The Botanical Garden \ New Bird Street, Gin Lane \

Ye Cracke \ 13 Rice St, Liverpool L1 9BB \

Oh Me Oh My - rooftop garden \ West Africa House, 25 Water St, Liverpool L2 0RG \

Constellations  \ 37-39 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BS \

The Attic \ 33-45 Parr St, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 4JN \

Heebie Jeebies \ 80-82 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BH \

Red Door - rooftop terrace \ 21-23 Berry Street, Liverpool L1 9DF \

And if you want to eat in a nice open place too, but if you don’t you can just order a drink it’s all to yours!

Kazimier Gardens \ 32 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BE \

The Clove Hitch \ 23 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BQ \

Pen Factory \ 13 Hope Street, L1 9BQ \

Free State Kitchen \ 1 Maryland St, Liverpool L1 9DE \

The Blind Tiger \ 71 Seel Street, L1 4AZ \

The Pump House \ Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AF \

The best places in Liverpool to tan this summer, but don’t forget to apply some sunscreen!

Blundellsands Beach in the north of Crosby, known for it's life-size iron sculptures of men. You have to go to Forby beach which is ideal for families, with a large car park, picnic areas and waymarked paths to the beach, dunes and woods.

The high dunes afford excellent views across the Irish Sea and on clear days after rain, even the mountains of Cumbria can be seen.

Summer in Liverpool is more than a trip, it’s an experience that will make your mind.


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