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Liverpool Overview

Located on the eastern side of the Mersey River in northwest England, is the city and World Heritage Site of Liverpool. The city is not only one of the oldest but also the 4th largest city in Britain. Founded in 1207 by King John, the city is now known world over for football, as Capital of Pop and a major film production hotspot after London. Liverpool lies in the green belt and experiences cool weather with rain all the year round. The best time to book your Liverpool holiday is between May to October as the rest of the year temperature is below 10°C. The city is connected with extensive rail, road and port network and you can choose your convenient mode to explore the city.

Where to Stay on your Liverpool Holiday

Apartments in Liverpool are scattered around the city and ideal for all whether you are travelling solo or with a large group. The city centre as well as the Coleridge St and Beech St, located a little away are thriving with all kinds of apartments in Liverpool - from studios to luxury duplex with fully equipped kitchen and also an onsite bar and restaurant in some aparthotels. The Docks, Eden Square Signature Living, Staycity, Posh Pads, Birpoint, Base Cumberland, etc. are some of the luxury apartments in Liverpool. There are upscale hostels like YHA Liverpool which is great for solo travellers. Novotel, Hilton, Marriott, Crowne Plaza, DoubleTree, Radisson Blu, are some of best chain hotels in Liverpool.

Things to See and Do in Liverpool

In the historic Liverpool city, there are plenty of things you can do. You can start with a day tour of the city and visit its various sites which reflect the rich heritage of the city. The 18th and 19th century Edwardian style mansions and Gothic style theatres that form a major part of its attractions like the Williamson Tunnels historical site and museum, the Hardman’s house, The Beatles Story museum, Merseyside Maritime museum, World museum, Liverpool Cathedral, Church of St Luke, St George’s Hall, etc. The city is also home to impeccably gorgeous parks including Speke Hall, Otterspool Promenade, Sefton Park, Beatle’s 1st show venue Casbah Coffee Club, Stanley park and Everton Park that offer nature’s paradise. In the evenings you can hang out at the Albert dock leisure complex, Pier head Village and Breakout Liverpool or catch up with the latest music event in town.

Nightlife in Liverpool

As the Capital of Pop, you can expect a lively and eventful nightlife in Liverpool city. The city centre is thriving with various hot nightclubs that are open till late night and attract party animals from all over the city for awesome parties. Some of the most popular ones include Level Nightclub, Krazy house which is 3 floor nightclub, Mansion, Heebie Jeebies, Kingdom, Garlands, G Bar, Popworld, Fusion, Ink Bar and the Greenroom.

If you are looking for bars, look no further than Stater St, Berry St, Colquitt St and Albert Dock. You can find all kinds of bars here - modern cocktail bars, Tapas bar, candle-lit 18th century bars, traditional British and Irish pubs and much more. The Smugglers Cove, Aloha bar, Red door, Bierkeller, the Alchemist, Mackenzie’s, etc. are some of the most popular ones. Liverpool is also a city that celebrates artists and hosts various musical and drama events at the historical theatres here.

Food options in Liverpool

You are sure to have a detectable gastronomic experience on your Liverpool holiday. As a historic port city, Liverpool is a lot influenced by various international cuisines. However, the primary cuisine is British which you can find in most of the restaurants here. Scouse, Wet Nelly, Bubble and Squeak, Potted Shrimp, Toad in the hole, Gin, etc. are some of the worth trying traditional dishes on your Liverpool holiday.

You can find restaurants all around the city where you can try these delicacies. The Art School, London Carriage works, Panoramic 34, Cowshed, Shiraz Palace, etc. Apart from British, you will also find a lot of Indian and Italian restaurants around. You can also try delicious tapas, amuse bouche, soul food and also try latest trends at the pop-up restaurants.

Shopping in Liverpool

The mega metropolitan Liverpool city offers an unmatched shopping experience. If you are looking to indulge in retail therapy, the city centre is bustling with various large malls, shopping centres and bazaars. Liverpool One in Wall St is the largest mall here with shops, bars, restaurants and cinemas and turns into a great hang out place in the evening.

There are many other magnificent and artistic state-of-art shopping centres like Metquarter, Clayton Square, St John’s Shopping centre, Belle Vale, Cavern Walks, Liverpool Shopping park, etc. located in the city centre. Also, you’ll find many other local stores for vintage clothing, beauty products, sportswear, art supplies, antiques, books, gifts, etc. The cheap flea and weekly markets in Liverpool city like the Granby street market, Greatie Great Homer, Chinatown, Lark Lane Farmers’ Market, St Martin’s Market good for buying cheap clothing, daily essentials, fruits, vegetables, household items and much more.

Trivia facts about Liverpool

Before you book your Liverpool holiday, you will be glad to know some interesting facts about it like it has 2,500 Grade I listed buildings and 250 public monuments. Liverpool’s Chinatown is the largest Chinese community in Europe. Liverpool holds the Guinness Book of Records for being the Capital of Pop and home to more number of legendary pop artists, like Beatles, Harrison, Lennon, Sugababes, than any other town. Arthur Wynne, a journalist from Liverpool, published the 1st crossword puzzle in 1913. Liverpool’s Anglican cathedral is 5th largest in the world. Liverpool is the port of registry for the historic RMS titanic.

Fast Facts about Liverpool

  • Currency: Pound Sterling
  • Language: English
  • Nearest Airport: Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL)
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin Liverpool: 50 minutes
  • Transfer time from airport to Liverpool: 27 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and Liverpool: No time difference


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