Book flights to Liverpool and immerse yourself in marvellous Merseyside. Liverpool is home to a whole load of greats - The Beatles, the two football teams, and the Grand National to name just a few – but there’s plenty more going on in Liverpool if the Fab Four, football, and the fillies don’t do it for you! Book flights to Liverpool to wander on the waterfront, visit the museums and galleries, and discover the city’s top-notch shopping, seriously good food scene, electric atmosphere, and crazy nightlife!
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The city’s most famous sons are undoubtedly the Beatles and the city attracts many visitors to follow their journey from their first gig in the Tavern and on their way to international stardom. But Liverpool is more than just the Beatles. The city is also home to two top football clubs, Everton FC and Liverpool FC, the latter being amongst the most celebrated clubs in Europe with 18 League titles and 5 European Cup titles.
Liverpool Cathedral

The largest Anglican Cathedral in Britain offers great panoramic views from the top of the tower. The church contains the largest organ in the UK and the heaviest bell in the world.

​Address: St James Mount​Phone: +44 151 709 6271​Website: Free
Albert Dock

Originally built in 1846 as the first enclosed non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world. Today, the docks house a museum, several bars and restaurants and many shops.

​Address: The Colonades, Albert Dock​Phone: +44 151 708 7334​Website:
Tate Liverpool

The Tate is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside of London. Here you will always find interesting exhibitions.

​Address: Albert Dock​Phone: +44 151 702 7400​Website:
The Walker Museum

Founded by local brewer Andrew Barclay Walker in 1877, the Walker Museum holds a fine collection of sculptures and paintings dating back to 1300 through to the present day.

​Address: William Brown Street​Phone: +44 151 478 4199​Website:
Liverpool FC Museum and Stadium Tour

A must see for all football fans. Liverpool Football Club has won more European titles than any other English club and has a long-standing rivalry with Manchester United. You don’t even have to be interested in soccer to watch a game, just appreciate the cheers and the atmosphere.

​Address: Anfield Stadium, Anfield Road​Phone: +44 151 260 6677​Website:
The Beatles Story

A multilingual audio tour guides visitors through The Beatles Story, from their early days in Hamburg through to their international superstardom.

​Address: Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock​Phone: +44 151 709 1963​Website:
Mendips - John Lennon Home

Take the opportunity and go on a tour in John Lennon´s childhood home where he stayed with his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George. Take the chance to see where several different Beatles songs where composed and rehearsed.

​Address: 251 Menlove Ave
20 Forthlin Road - Paul McCartney Home

It is possible to combine the tour of Lennon´s home with McCartney´s childhood home. The house is now a part of the National Trust and keep in mind that the only way to get access to inside of the house is with tickets bought through the National Trust.

​Address: 20 Forthlin Road
St. George's Hall

St. George's Hall is a Neoclassic building located opposite the Lime Street railway station. It has been used for both Crown and Civil courts as well as theatres and concerts. It is a centre point of the city and is still used for many different events.

​Address: Lime St.​Phone: +44 151 225 6909​Website:
Merseyside Maritime Museum

Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the story of Liverpool´s dock. Find out the impact Liverpool had on the shipping industry, see the slave exhibition and visit the Titanic exhibition.

​Address: Albert Dock​Phone: +44 151 478 4499​Website:
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Buddy Holly have all appeared here during their career. The Hall sells over 250,000 tickets annually and if there is a concert on while you are visiting you should take the chance and go.

​Address: Hope Street​Phone: +44 151 210 2895​Website:
Another Place

These out door sculptures are spread out on the beach, stretching 3.2 km. It has been exhibited on different places in Europe but it has now landed here. The wonderful sculptures overlook the water, standing 180 cm tall and weighing 650 kg, it is a gorgeous sight.

​Address: Crosby Beach Merseyside
Pier Head

The Pier Head is a part of the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will find many different landmarks and is a perfect place to take a stroll to get acquainting with Liverpool.

​Address: Pier Head
Knowsley Safari Park

Not everyone has the opportunity to travel to Africa, but if you are in Liverpool you have the opportunity to visit Knowsley Safari Park. Here you can see a few of the animals of the savannah and, if you dare, go on the Walk-around tour.

​Address: Prescot, Merseyside​Phone: +44 151 430 9009​Website:
Formby Point

At Formby Point you can enjoy nature and beautiful views over the massive sand dunes. Do not forget the camera as you will enjoy Liverpool’s wildlife, you might just see sand lizards and toads.

​Address: Victoria Rd
Liverpool’s restaurant scene has blossomed over the past decades with new eateries popping up all over town. The city is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe, which, of course, has meant a plethora of brilliant Chinese restaurants in the Chinatown area. There are plenty of local ethnic restaurants with great food available all over the city.
Restaurant 60

Four times ‘Best Merseyside Restaurant of the Year’ says it all. Restaurant 60 is especially renowned for its seafood dishes and its ‘Deep Fried Jam Sandwich with Carnation Milk Ice Cream.’ It is necessary to book in advance.

​Address: 60 Hope Street​Phone: +44 151 707 6060​Website:
The London Carriage Works

A great addition to the restaurant scene in Liverpool and owned by a local chef. Carriage Works provides you with the city’s best dining experience, classic cuisine with a creative twist to a very high standard. Necessary to book in advance.

​Address: 40 Hope Street​Phone: +44 151 705 2222​Website:
Sapporo Teppanyaki Restaurant

Sapporo Teppanyaki Restaurant Sushi & Noodle Bar is Liverpool’s only destination for Japanese food. The preparation of food is very entertaining, as expert chefs flaunt their outstanding skills and creative flair to ensure that every meal is a unique, theatrical performance.

​Address: 134 Duke Street​Phone: +44 151 668 0255​Website:
Capitol Chinese Restaurant

Capitol serves traditional Chinese cuisine in exciting art gallery settings. The restaurant specializes in Canton and Peking Cuisine. If you haven’t tried Peking duck before - go for it!

​Address: 24 Argyle Street, Birkenhead​Phone: +44 151 647 9212​Website:
The Pan American Club

Enjoy an à la carte menu on the mezzanine with private seating overlooking live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. It is the perfect location for a lovely night out.

​Address: 22 Britannia Pavilion, Albert Dock​Phone: +44 151 702 5831​Website:
St. Petersburg Restaurant

St. Petersburg Restaurant offers top-class entertainment, Russian cabaret, karaoke and great food served in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Despite that you are in the UK, take the chance and try Russian cuisine.

​Address: 7A York Street​Phone: +44 151 709 6676​Website:
Alma De Cuba

Cuban and Miami inspired restaurant opened in a 200-year-old Polish church with a good à la carte menu. Take the opportunity to try one of their innovative cocktails. Necessary to book in advance.

​Address: St. Peters Church, Seel Street​Phone: +44 151 702 7394​Website:
The Grill Room

The Grill Room is a cosy family run restaurant offering splendid British cuisine using locally produced products. Both the atmosphere and the services is great, a perfect place for a nice dinner.

​Address: 96 Muirhead Avenue East​Phone: +44 151 280 6480​Website:

Shiraz is a Middle Eastern restaurant serving breakfast, brunch and dinner in great portions. If your hotel does not to serve breakfast then this is the palace where you should go, you will stay full well over lunch time.

​Address: 19 North John Street​Phone: +44 151 236 8325
Lemon Tree Bistro

Lemon Tree Bistro serves tasty Mediterranean food. The food is fresh, the service is great and even if you have been here before their menu changes every eight weeks so it is worth visiting again.

​Address: 22 Bridge Road​Phone: +44 151 932 1119​Website:

Spire gives you a culinary experience in British and European food. Spire´s vibe is a combination of laidback, relaxed atmosphere with a classy restaurant a la carte.

​Address: 1 Church Road​Phone: +44 151 734 5040​Website:
Brasco Lounge

Brasco Lounge is located just opposite Museum of Liverpool just by the Alberts Docks. This cute place seats 80 people in a cool atmosphere and serves a great selection of tapas. It is perfect if you just want something to nibble on or if you want a proper meal.

​Address: Mann Island​Website:
The Attic Bar

The Attic Bar might not be the easiest bar to find but once you are there it is worth the search. It is a perfect place for a lovely lunch or if you prefer to come in the evening to try out their massive selection of beer from all over the world.

​Address: 33-45 Parr Street​Phone: +44 151 708 6345​Website:
One Melling Road

One Melling Road invites you into a classy and tasteful atmosphere. It is a family run Italian restaurant which serves, homemade pasta, fresh dough pizza and have an excellent wine selection.

​Address: 1 Melling Road​Phone: +44 151 521 2281​Website:
Academy Restaurant

The Academy Restaurant is a hidden gem for tourists in Liverpool. The students prepare amazing British and European food in mouth-watering flavours. They also serve a selection of wine and beer.

​Address: Duke Street, Tradewind Square​Phone: +44 151 252 4512​Website:
After all the walking in Liverpool, and there will be a lot of walking, here are some lovely cafes where you can rest your feet.
The Sports Café

This café with plenty of TV screens gives you a chance to follow the teams of Liverpool. If you happen to be there an evening when Liverpool plays, come in time as you can expect the place to be crowded.

​Address: 42/44 Stanley Street​Phone: +44 151 239 5070​Website:
Alma De Cuba

Alma De Cuba is a brunch, lunch, dinner and club place that has to be seen to be believed. If you ever wanted to drink at the alter then this is your chance.

​Address: St. Peters Church, Seel Street​Phone: +44 151 702 7394​Website:
Moose Coffee

An attempt to catch the American and Canadian attitude toward breakfast is what created this awesome breakfast joint. In addition to breakfast treats such as potato hash, organic bacon and Eggs Benedict, they also serve brunch.

​Address: 6 Dale Street​Phone: +44 151 227 4880​Website:
The Onion Deli

Do not let the name scare you. The Onion Deli is a modern and fresh café with a passion for food that is evident in their home baked bread, fresh salads and cakes.

​Address: 124 Aigburth Road​Phone: +44 7933 661 580​Website:
Tate Café

Here you can enjoy delicious, homemade hot and cold meals or a coffee with a view over the magnificent Albert dock. Tate Café is open during gallery hours for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

​Address: Albert Dock​Phone: +44 15 1702 7400​Website:
Liverpool offers a varied selection of bars in the city centre. The area around Victoria Street is naturally one of the most popular to visit amongst tourists, mainly because of the Beatles, but also because it offers good bars and clubs. The nightlife in Liverpool is very lively and it is easy to have a fantastic time. The city’s universities help to ensure a mixed group of people from all over the World.
Cain’s Brewery

If there is something United Kingdom is known for, except The Beatles, football and Fish & Chips, it is there many pubs. This splendid brewery produces a range of award winning beers.

​Address: Cain’s brewery, Stanhope Street​Phone: +44 151 709 2129​Website:
The Cavern

The Cavern Club is widely famous for featuring the Beatles. They first played here in February 1961. -"the cradle of British pop music, the place where the Beatles musical identity was formed & the most famous club in the world!"

​Address: 8–10 Mathew Street​Phone: +44 151 236 9091​Website:
Lomax L2

L2 nightclub boasts a wide range of different nights for various tastes. Saturdays tend to cater for the indie crowd with music ranging from classic 70’s to the latest rock acts.

​Address: 11 – 13 Hotham Street​Website:
Garlands of Liverpool

Garlands of Liverpool is one of the city´s liveliest clubs, offering funky house music to an audience of eccentric party goers. Check out their special entertainers on the webpage.

​Address: Carlton Hall, 8–10 Eberle Street​Phone: +44 151 231 1105​Website:
The Living Room

The Living Room offers a good selection of drinks served in a nice atmosphere. Their drink menu has both standard and imaginative alternatives to make sure there is something to suit everybody.

​Address: 15 Victoria Street​Phone: +44 151 236 1999​Website:​More info: 15 Victoria Buildings
Shopping in Liverpool is a great experience as most of the shops are located near the main streets in Williamson Square. However, there are a couple of very good side streets which house the more unusual boutiques and the shops unique to Liverpool as well. The Liverpudlians are extremely style-conscious and also very big on brand names. It is therefore natural to find most high-end shops having at least one outlet in the city. The Cavern Designer centre in Mathew Square is a great place to find good deals on popular clothing brands. The shopping centre sells kids’ clothes, jewellery, and everything else and brings the big names together, the most prominent shop being the Vivienne Westwood boutique. The shopping centres in Clayton Square and St. Johns shopping centre are also worth a visit, and just outside Liverpool is one of Europe’s largest designer outlets, Cheshire Oaks. The Albert Dock also offers very trendy shops and has everything from clothing to furniture stores. If you need something different, you will need to head for Chinatown. Every Sunday they have a large Chinese market there that sells everything from cooking pots to fresh meat sausages.
Liverpool ONE

This is a huge 1.65 million sq ft. of shopping and leisure with 160 shops, more than 20 bars and restaurants, 14 screen cinema and a 5 acre park. Here you will find high street stores, labels like Karen Miller, Ted Baker, Lewis and Jigsaw, ultra-hip independent boutiques and stores like Build a bear and Disney.

​Address: 5 Wall Street​Phone: +44 151 232 3100​Website:
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Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated 7 miles southeast of the City centre. Buses depart into town every 20 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends, the journey takes about 45 minutes.

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