Liverpool (LPL,MAN,BLK)
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A lively welcoming city of art, music and sport.


The city is full of art, with the famous Lamb Banana's, the famous Crosby beach, The Tate Modern with work from Picasso or Tracy Emming. Visit the Walker Gallery and see works from both David Hockney and Rembrandt.  Bluecoat Gallery, One-eye-Gallery and FACT Gallery. Take your time to explore and visit these amazing galleries all with something unique to discover.


Liverpool has two Premier League football teams, Liverpool and Everton. The rivalry between the two clubs is huge! The population of Liverpool are commonly known as 'Scousers' and they have their unique sense of humour - some also think their own language - Scouse - a form of English! Make time and visit either of the stadium the biggest being Anfield - Liverpool F.C. holding 53,394 supporters, take the tour around this mighty stadium seeing the changing rooms, the trophy room, learning about the club's history. Goodison Park - Everton F.C. with a capacity of 39,572 supporters.


Fancy some brunch? Why not check out 'The Little Shoe' known for its amazing breakfasts and brunches, it also has some incredible cakes and its own microbrewery. Churrasco Steak House for a meaty dinner, enjoy the amazing stakes and other meats on the menu. If your craving some Indian food, we recommend taking the time and getting some food from Bundobust, delicious Indian street food and amazing ales and wines on offer, try different curries and breads you wouldn't normally find in the 'typical' Indian restaurants.



Liverpool is a friendly maritime city in northwest England. Situated at the mouth of the River Mersey - where the river meets the Irish Sea Liverpool was a major trade port between the 18th and 20th Centuries. More recently, well late 1960s Liverpool was the hometown of The Beatles's who started playing in the Cavern. Ferries cruise the waterfront, where the iconic mercantile buildings known as the "Three Graces" – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on the Pier Head.


 The Albert Dock has been revitalised and is the home to some wonderful museums - the Tate Modern, The Merseyside Maritime Museum and of course the Beatles Story.

Fly into Liverpool Airport. A regular bus links to both nearby railway stations and the city centre. Alternatively, rent a car and explore North Wales and perhaps the Lake District as well.

The coastal resort of Southport is easily accessible from Liverpool or take a few days to explore nearby North Wales - the Adventure Capital of the UK. Scroll down for a video to wet your appetite!


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