Live it up in Liverpool

Live it up in Liverpool, a city described by Rough Guide as the world’s third-most-visitable. Eat, drink and be merry in a Chinatown that seems half as big as China, back a nag at Aintree, vulture the culture at the galleries and museums, and party, party, party. The lights never go out in Liverpool.

Liverpool Landmarks

The vibrant heart of Liverpool’s historic waterfront, the Albert Dock’s the place to play, to see, to eat, drink and stay. Blending old and new, it’s contemporary, yet cultured; fun, and friendly.

Fans of The Beatles should also head to Albert Dock which is the starting point for the Magical Mystery Tour, a bus trip taking in various Beatles landmarks including Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields.

Football is one of the city’s greatest passions. Liverpool FC opens its Anfield Stadium to visitors during the day when no games are scheduled. Led by enthusiastic guides, the museum and stadium tour gives sports fans behind-the-scenes access to the club.

When we’re not home to the most famous race in the world in April, The Crabbie’s Grand National, Aintree Racecourse plays hosts to an additional 5 race days, making every race day at Aintree a special one.

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Big Days Out

At Merseyside Maritime Museum you can explore the history of the great port of Liverpool, with four floors of galleries: Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered; Liverpool: World Gateway; the Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland gallery and the temporary exhibition space.

Formby Point is a beautiful and vast stretch of sandy beach north of the city. There are lovely forested walks through a red squirrel reserve along with one of the country’s most scientifically important dune collections. A great escape from the city and a good place to let children run off some energy.

Standing proudly some 400 feet above the heart of the city centre, the radio city beacon offers stunning panoramic views of Merseyside, Wirral, North Wales and as far away as the Lake District and Blackpool Tower on clearer days.

Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best known and most loved by locals. Classified as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the magnificent 200-acre Park looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

Big Nights Out

The Cavern Club is the cradle of British pop music, the place where the Beatles musical identity was formed. Today’s Cavern is a thriving live music destination and one of Liverpool’s top places to visit.

Liverpool’s biggest and best comedy promoter with nights at The Slaughterhouse and many other venues across Liverpool & across the UK. Resident MC’s Neil Fitzmaurice, Chris Cairns, Ste Porter, Nige.

Republik is situated on the corner of the busy Slater Street, and ideally placed a stones throw from the thriving St.Peters & Concert Square areas. Trained bar tenders will keep your vodka cocktails flowing late into the night.

Bar Bodega is a Spanish-inspired bar, with the original bar located on Colquitt Street in the heart of Liverpool city centre. They are connected to Tapas Tapas restaurant and offer an array of Spanish inspired cocktails, beers and spirits, as well as European favourites.