Amazing Vacations In Liverpool

The city of Liverpool is a cosmopolitan city in the north west county of Merseyside in England.  Liverpool lays claim to countless world firsts. The most broadly known of these firsts was the first commercial wet dock to appear in the world.  The Liverpool docks were, by the beginning of the nineteenth century, England’s busiest with approximately forty percent of the world’s trade being processed by the port. With such magnificent wealth it is not surprising that the city of Liverpool is home to some of the most fascinating museums and galleries in Britain, only the city of London had more. Below I examine some of the various other factors which help make Liverpool such an incredible place to have a short break.

Many folk think that Liverpool lacks any  historical buildings, fortified houses, country houses and castles and despite the fact that Liverpool Castle disappeared eons ago Liverpool is home to a few structures which are well worth a visit.

The Fab Four

The Beatles, John, Ringo, George & Paul,  are one of the world’s most successful acts in pop music. The Band were Liverpudlians (people from Liverpool)and it is possible to pay a visit the homes in which they were brought up by taking a trip on one of the Magical Mystery Tours. Of course there are many more tourist attractions associated with the Beatles such as;  The Beatles Shop, The Beatles Story, Mathew Street Gallery and The Cavern Club, as well as a handful of pubs( The Grapes in Mathew Street, Ye Cracke in Rice Street and The Jacaranda in Slater Street) and an immense number of places associated with their songs for example Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields.

All Beatles fans will be thrilled to discover that it is now possible to enjoy Liverpool bed & breakfast in a Beatles theme hotel.

Other Visitor Attractions In Liverpool

To be 100% truthful the list of Liverpool visitor attractions is so immense that there is not enough room here to list all of them. Some of the most popular include Speke Hall, The Albert Dock and The Merseyside Maritime Museum plus The Tate Liverpool, Knowsley Safari Park and Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral and the Catholic Cathedral as well as much more.

Besides all of the attractions mentioned above the city of Liverpool has a long association with comedy.  The list of comedians coming from Liverpool is absolutely huge but some of the most famous include Kenny Everett, Craig Charles and Alexei Sayle, people who are older may remember Faith Brown, Arthur Askey and Stan Boardman or Ken Dodd, Jimmy Tarbuck and Les Dennis. So when you are next in the city of Liverpool ensure that your Liverpool bed and breakfast is in a Beatles themed hotel and that you spend some time in a comedy club.

If this is not your thing maybe you should consider going to a football match? Liverpool is home to 2 excellent football clubs ( Everton F. C. and Liverpool F. C. both of which having has immense success. Their football grounds are located at Anfield and Goodison.

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