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Liverpool

TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City
The city’s heart beats with its cultural heritage, its peerless musical history runs alive through its veins and its spirit buzzes with world class sport offerings. Take a complete Beatles tour, the most famous bands of all times, including, The Beatles Story Experience. Marvel at the iconic Albert Dock, Merseyside Maritime Museum and experience Victorian and pre-Raphaelite history at the Walker Art Gallery. Visit the Liverpool Cathedral which is the world's largest Anglican Cathedral, the Museum of Liverpool that tells the story of the city, its people and culture, through time, or the International Slavery Museum, one of the most uncompromising ones in nature. But it’s not all about history in Liverpool, there’s the obsessive love for football and an eclectic music scene with metal, rock, indie, alternative music, and more. Explore the air of hysteria in Liverpool.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story

Get your dose of Beatlemania when you visit The Beatles Story situated on the Liverpool Waterfront. It encapsulates everything you wish to know about the Fab Four, from their humble beginnings to their dizzying heights of fame. Browse through the memorabilia and photographs that bring their lives and time alive at this extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage Site. Don’t miss out on the Fab 4D experience, which is a computer-generated animation combined with special effects that brings the Beatles’ music to life.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Anfield Stadium

Anfield Stadium

Watch an exciting match at Anfield, a football stadium, which is home to the Liverpool Football Club and was founded in 1892. It is the seventh largest football stadium in England and can seat a maximum of 45,276 spectators. Liverpool had their longest winning streak here, which was an undefeated 85 games on the trot from January 1978 to January 1981. The stadium is divided into four stands and the record attendance here stands at 61,905 spectators who came to watch a match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1952. Football aficionados, this is a must for you.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Mersey Ferry

Mersey Ferry

The Mersey Ferry is an attraction not to be missed on your trip to Liverpool, especially for families. These ferries have been operating on the River Mersey for over 800 years and one can view many exciting Liverpool attractions while onboard. They currently consist of two vessels called Royal Iris of the Mersey and the Snowdrop, which have been extensively renovated and are used for charters cruises and cross-river ferrying of people. Take a circular tour of the Mersey to enjoy the lovely view of the beautiful buildings that surround its water line.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Albert Dock

Albert Dock

Founded in 1846, the iconic Albert Dock is a vast network of dock buildings and warehouses. It was the first structure in UK to be built entirely out of cast iron, stone and brick without any use of wood. It has the largest group of buildings, which are Grade I accredited, as well as a plethora of bars, restaurants, shops, museums, and galleries. There are many iconic attractions located here such as The Beatles Story, the International Slavery Museum and the Tate Liverpool. Walk around this historic place, grab a bite at any of the restaurants and pick some souvenirs to take back home.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral

Look up at the imposing structure of the Liverpool Cathedral and feel awed by its presence. Opened in 1978 this is the largest Anglican Cathedral in the UK and the fifth largest in the world. It occupies an area of 104,275 sq ft and the Vestey Tower itself stands at a height of 331 ft, overlooking the River Mersey. Climb up its 108 steps or alternatively take the two elevators up and get a stunning view of the Liverpool skyline from here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Merseyside Maritime Museum

Merseyside Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum is another iconic attraction situated in the Albert Dock. Opened in 1980, it is a great way to discover 300 years of maritime activity and the history of the Liverpool Waterfront. Browse through the several objects and displays such as maritime paintings, ship models, posters and full-sized vessels that talk about the commercial history of Liverpool port. Admire the large Admiralty-styled anchor from the HMS Conway, which is located just at the museum entrance. Visit the museum to learn about the seafaring heritage of Liverpool.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Walker Art Gallery

Walker Art Gallery

Browse through annals of Victorian and pre-Raphaelite history when you visit the Walker Art Gallery, which was founded in 1877. It houses one of the finest art galleries in Europe as well as the largest collection of art in England after London. At last count in 2012, the museum saw a footfall of 337,799 visitors and is situated on William Brown Street, which is the only street in UK to be dedicated to museums, libraries and art galleries. Admire the renaissance masterpieces, Tudor portraits and also some outstanding contemporary art here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Museum of Liverpool

Museum of Liverpool

Get a guided tour into the history, geography and culture of the people as well as the city when you visit the Museum of Liverpool. Founded in 2011, it is situated on the Liverpool Waterfront at the Albert Dock. Discover 10,000 years of Liverpool’s history and heritage when you see the collection of 10,336 items related to the King’s Regiment, which is one of England’s oldest regiments. Discover history through the objects that date back to the Mesolithic period and the land transport collection dating back to 1838.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City  Mathew Street

Mathew Street

One of the main streets in Liverpool, Mathew Street’s claim to fame is that it houses the Cavern Club where the Beatles performed on 292 occasions. Also, it hosts the Mathew Street Festival, which is the largest music festival in the city held annually. Once the centre of Liverpool’s market for purchasing fruits and vegetables, it now attracts tourists to visit the Cavern Club and other attractions such as a statue of John Lennon, a store for Beatles memorabilia and an array of pubs. Stroll around Mathew Street and enjoy the vibe here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Foundation for Art and Creative Technology

Foundation for Art and Creative Technology

Visit FACT also known as Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, a place where people, technology and art meet and amalgamate with each other. Founded in 2003, this institution is UK’s leading media arts centre, which houses three galleries showcasing four exhibitions annually. It is supposedly UK’s prime organisation when it comes to the support, exhibition and development of film, video and related media. It is attached to Bold Street, which is one of the city’s integral shopping areas. Find the best in classic and contemporary cinema at FACT.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Haydock Park Racecourse

Haydock Park Racecourse

Situated in Merseyside and set amidst 127 acres of lush green woodland and tree-lined avenues is the lovely Haydock Park Racecourse. Founded in 1899, it forms the backbone of British racing and offers four grandstands alongside 33 private viewing suites, restaurants and conference facilities. The venue was used hare coursing in the late 19th century. Haydock Park has 32 races annually, which makes it the most used racecourse in England. It also doubles up as a venue for conducting events and conferences round the year. Cheer the jockeys while watching a race at the Haydock Park Racecourse.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Chinatown

Chinatown

Situated in the heart of the city with close proximity to the Liverpool Cathedral, is Chinatown, the oldest area of its kind. It houses the largest community of Chinese people in Europe. Its iconic archway located at the entrance of the area is the largest of its kind outside China, second only to the one in Washington D.C. It stands tall at 44 ft and has 200 dragons carved on it, which symbolise good fortune between Shanghai and Liverpool. Order your favourite Chinese dishes in any of the eateries here and satisfy your hunger. Visit for an authentic slice of China in England.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Hope Street

Hope Street

Hope Street was awarded ‘The Great Street Award’ in 2012 officially claiming it to be the best street in UK and rightly so. The street comprises of several bars, restaurants and hotels and derives its name from the merchant, William Hope, whose home stood on the site where the Philharmonic Hall stands today. Stroll along one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the UK; see two wonderful Cathedrals located here, as well as the Philharmonic Hall, which is the home to UK’s oldest Symphony Orchestra, the Everyman Theatre and much more. Visit to see the one of the best streets of Britain.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Sefton Park Palm House

Sefton Park Palm House

Explore this public garden situated in south Liverpool, which is virtually open all year round. Set up in 1972, it occupies an area of 235 acres and has had the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra performing here along with other bands that played here in the 1980s. Stroll around the green pastures and admire the iconic three-tiered Palm House, which houses a rich collection of exotic plants. A popular tourist attraction, it has statues of famous people around its eight corners that include explorers such as Christopher Columbus, Captain Cook and Henry the Navigator.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Wheel of Liverpool

Wheel of Liverpool

Standing tall at an awe-inspiring height of 196 ft, is the Wheel of Liverpool with its 42 enclosed and air-conditioned capsules. This is the best place to take a ride, capture the stunning and breathtaking glimpses of the city, the Welsh mountains as well as the World Heritage Site waterfront promenade, backed by live fascinating commentary. If you want to feel pampered, we suggest the VIP experience in the only VIP capsule, which is luxurious, has glass flooring, leather interiors, a DVD player, and a choice of champagne as well.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Knowsley Safari Park

Knowsley Safari Park

Listen to the majestic Bengal Tiger roar and you will know you have arrived at the exciting Knowsley Safari Park. Opened in 1971 and occupying a sprawling area of 550 acres, this place houses more than 700 animals including baboons, camels, tigers, and wildebeest, which you can see from the comforting confines of your car. Get up, close and personal at the Giraffe Tower and the Elephant Platform, say ‘hello’ to the meerkat family and see the creepy crawlies at the Bug House. A great place for family outings.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Goodison Park

Goodison Park

Home to the Everton Football Club, Goodison Park is able to accommodate upto 39,572 spectators. It has hosted the most number of league games since the formation of the Premier League in 1992 and has also been the venue for an FA Cup Final during the 1966 FIFA World Cup. One of the oldest stadiums built for the sole purpose of football, it is referred to ‘The Grand Old Lady’ and ‘Goodison’ by Everton fans. Take a guided tour and see the Boardroom, the ‘Away’ Dressing Room, the ‘Home’ Dressing Room, the Dixie Dean Suite, and hear the famous ‘Z-cars’.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Liverpool Central Library

Liverpool Central Library

The Liverpool Central Library has so much to read and to explore that even a whole day here will not suffice. Browse through the large volumes of books including the rare collection from the Hornby Library, Oak Room and the Picton Reading Room. Enjoy the Wi-Fi access throughout the entire building, the gaming area and get a stunning view from the fourth floor of the beautiful surrounding area. The library is built in the Classical Revival style of architecture and is situated on the iconic William Brown Street. Bookworms are sure to lose themselves in the ocean of books.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Radio City Tower

Radio City Tower

Also known as St John’s Beacon, the Radio City Tower is a radio and observation tower built in 1969 and inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II. At 452 ft (138 m), it is the second tallest free standing structure in Liverpool, the first being the West Tower at 459 ft and it is also the 32nd tallest in UK. Take the lift up to the observation platform where you can capture the spectacular view of the Liverpool skyline, waterfront and beyond. You can also tour the studios of Radio City, City Talk and Magic 1548 which are housed in the building.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Echo Arena Liverpool

Echo Arena Liverpool

This is one of the most prime and prestigious venues in UK when it comes to hosting world-class music, entertainment and sporting events. It is the 11th largest such venue in UK and is part of the Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool, better known as ACC Liverpool. It was opened in 2008 and can accommodate a maximum of 11,000 spectators. It underwent extensive renovation in 2009 and has played host to world famous artists and bands. It is also home to the Liverpool Summer Pops Festival since 2008.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Liverpool ONE

Liverpool ONE

Spend an entire day at the Liverpool ONE, which is a sprawled-out shopping and leisure complex occupying an area of 2,520,000 sq ft. Opened in 2008, it has a total of 169 retail stores and outlets, parking space for 3,000 cars, a 36-hole adventure golf course, a 14-screen cinema theatre, and also houses two big hotels— Hilton Liverpool and the Novotel. Liverpool ONE is also the largest open air shopping centre in UK and ranks as one among the top five retail destinations as well. Shopaholics, a must-visit for you’ll.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Borough of Halton

Borough of Halton

Escape from the hustle-bustle of the city and stroll along the Borough of Halton located along the River Mersey. This pleasing area has lots to offer when it comes to cultural activities. You can even spend your time at the countryside and stroll through the picturesque villages and parishes here. Browse through the two famous towns here called Runcorn and Widnes, which are surrounded by the picture postcard villages of Hale, Moore, Preston Brook, and Daresbury. Daresbury is also the birthplace of the celebrated children’s author, Lewis Carroll.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Williamson Tunnels

Williamson Tunnels

A network of underground tunnels, Williamson Tunnels are like a never-ending labyrinth that were built 200 years ago and discovered in 2002. It is dedicated to the 19th century philanthropist Joseph Williamson and has seen a footfall of 100,000 visitors. Take a guided tour of this place and explore the exhibits and displays based on one of Liverpool’s famous residents. The main reason Williamson got these tunnels constructed was that he believed that the end of the world was near and the tunnels would provide refuge for him and his wife.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

Officially called the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is the seat of the Archbishop of Liverpool. Constructed between 1962–1967, it has been given many nicknames as well such as ‘Paddy’s Wigwam’ and ‘The Mersey Funnel’. It completes its Golden Jubilee in 2017 and is an icon of faith in the city as well as a stunning landmark that dominates the skyline. Offer your prayers, walk around the building and see the crypt and the stained glass revelling in the experience.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City International Slavery Museum

International Slavery Museum

Another renowned attraction situated at Albert Dock along the Liverpool Waterfront is the International Slavery Museum. Opened in 2007, it encapsulates untold and unmentioned stories of historical and contemporary slavery as well as human rights issues. It is part of the National Museums Liverpool conglomerate and is situated on the third floor of the Merseyside Maritime Museum building. Learn more about the times when Africans were enslaved by Europeans and how, even after the abolishment of slavery, the Black population faces discrimination even today. Embark on a most enlightening journey of human resilience and spirit to survive.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Liverpool Featured City Royal Liver Building

Royal Liver Building

Built in 1911 and virtually the iconic symbol of Liverpool, the Royal Liver Building was the tallest one during the time, and dominates the Liverpool Waterfront along which it is located. Located a few minutes away from the city’s other important attractions, it is a combination of contemporary and modern interiors with traditional exteriors. The building stands tall at a height of 322 ft and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city. Do note the mythical Liver birds atop its roof.

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