Awarded European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool has an abundance of museums, attractions, shopping and popular culture for the visitor to enjoy.
Liverpool is a great city for shopping – Liverpool One is right in the heart of the city with many well known high street designer names amongst it’s 160 shops, the exclusive Met Quarter is home to designer names like Hugo boss and Armani, then there’s the ubur chic Cavern Quarter with famous fashion names like the Vivienne Westwood store.
Amongst numerous museums on offer the Tate Liverpool is well worth a visit and is situated in Albert Dock, a regenerated complex of museums, bars, restaurants and even two hotels. The Dock is also home to The Beatles Story, the world’s largest permanent exhibition devoted to the Fab Four which comprises recreations of key locations in their career like the Cavern Club and Abbey Road Studios, plus interview video footage from Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono.
Other attractions include the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral – Britain’s largest cathedral which took 74 years to complete, huge rivals the Liverpool and Everton football grounds, Merseyside Maritime Museum and a ride on a Mersey Ferry – the best way to see Liverpool’s stunning Waterfront architecture.
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