Liverpool is a waterfront city known around the world for its culture, music and sport.
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
It can be a dizzying task packing everything in, but VisitLiverpool’s new visitor guide simplifies matters by picking out some of the highlights.
The city centre is packed with museums and galleries showcasing everything from the classical masters to the most cutting-edge modern art. Iconic buildings like the city’s two cathedrals rub shoulders with cosy traditional pubs and exciting young chefs attracting national attention.
However, there are many more rewards for visitors who venture outside of the city centre. Stunning beaches, country trails and picturesque villages lie just 20 minutes away by regular local train services. Areas such as Southport, Port Sunlight and Lark Lane are visitor destinations in their own right and the guide features an insider guide to the independent hub of New Brighton.
There’s plenty more, including events listings, Instagram spots and places to stay. Read the VisitLiverpool guide here.
The vast majority of their key attractions in Liverpool city region are Good to Go.