Liverpool is known by most people in the world for one thing: the birthplace of the Beatles. It has much more to offer travelers than this though, and is a quaint little English town that you might just fall in love with.
One of the most famous attractions in Liverpool is the world-renowned Mersey Ferry. No one visiting here should go without at least one trip on the Mersey Ferry, and without singing ‘Ferry ‘cross the Mersey’ at least once as well. The views of the city from the ferry are quite breathtaking.
There are two amazing cathedrals located in Liverpool if you are into that type of thing. The most famous of the two, the Anglican, is one of the tallest in the world, and the views from the top are absolutely amazing.
Another area in Liverpool that must be visited is Albert Dock. This was founded by Prince Albert in the year 1846, and sports an amazing array of shops, bars, museums and other interesting architecture. The coolest museum by far is the Museum of International Slavery, but there are tons of other museums as well.
Last but not least, if you come to Liverpool and do not visit one of the Beatles attractions, you are really missing out. Two of the best are The Beatles Story, which is a museum that takes you through their history, and the magical Mystery Tour, which takes you by bus to many key locations around Liverpool in the Beatles’ history.
Liverpool is a fun city, not just for those who love music and the Beatles. There is much there to keep you occupied, whether you love shopping, history or music.