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The iconic city of Liverpool is world famous for its nightlife, culture and, of course, its contribution to popular music. It is also a town steeped in history and benefits from several UNESCO heritage sites, making it a popular tourist destination for visitors from all over the world. However, Liverpool’s true appeal lies in its unique atmosphere - an eclectic blend of cultures ensure that visitors are left with no doubt as to why it was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008 and continues to be one of the UK’s most visited cities.
Liverpool offers visitors a fantastic selection of places to stay - ranging from luxury hotels to no-frills dormitories. Where you choose to stay will of course depend on the nature of your trip, but those planning an extended stay in the city - perhaps visiting on business - will find that serviced apartments provide the best solution, as they not only offer a private space, with dedicated access and kitchen facilities but also remove the hassle of upkeep - as they are offered with room cleaning services, reception and concierge where available. Whether you are looking for a studio for one, or large-scale corporate housing our range of serviced apartments in Liverpool offer an unparalleled level of convenience and comfort.
The great thing about Liverpool is that its history and culture permeates every facet of city life - a train journey gives the chance to marvel at Victorian engineering, for example, a trip to the market gives a glimpse of tradition unchanged for centuries and simply walking the streets throws up numerous stories from the city’s past.
Visitors looking to learn about the city’s development will find there are numerous museums dedicated to its industrial heritage - offering a wealth of artefacts and interactive exhibits. The city also has a thriving arts scene, with plenty of galleries and exhibits showcasing local and international talent. Whilst it’s impossible to see everything the city has to offer in a single visit - first-time visitors would do well to spend a day exploring the vast array of museums and galleries to get an idea of its historical and cultural significance.
Of course, Liverpool is world famous for its social scene - in particular, its live events. Visitors will find numerous clubs and bars offering live bands and open mic nights, as well as stand-up comedy - exhibiting the famous ‘scouse wit’. There are also several of art house theatres in the city centre, making Liverpool the ultimate destination for a night on the town.
There are numerous great places to eat in Liverpool. The London Carriage Works is a unique venue serving British dishes which make use of local produce, whilst Panoramic 34 is another fine dining venue, this time offering panoramic views of the city. Maray is also a popular place with both locals and tourists, serving a range of contemporary British cuisine.
Liverpool is known for its shopping areas, with a mixture of quirky independents, high street fashions and larger retail outlets. Liverpool ONE is a modern complex featuring some 170 retailers - selling everything from designer fashions to homeware goods. Nearby is Mathew Street, which provides alternative places to shop and Elliott Street, which offers a balance of independents and famous brands.
It’s impossible to view all of Liverpool's diverse attractions in just one trip, but most people will want to tick off a few must-sees on their first visit. The Beatles Story Museum is an absolute must, charting the fab four’s rise to fame. The Liverpool Museum is also a great opportunity for learning about the city’s history and development. Lovers of culture will also find the Walker Art galleries has one of the best collections of modern and fine art anywhere in the UK.
Liverpool has an extensive public transport network which means getting around the city poses no problems for those new in town. Merseyrail trains run across the Liverpool area, including 4 city centre underground stations - Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street - making it easy to get to all the major locations. The city also has buses running across each district and out towards the suburbs - providing a cheap and comfortable means of getting around.
Liverpool is still an important industrial power with its Halewood automotive plant being one of the regions major employers, but in recent years financial services, retail and tourism have become important drivers for the local economy. Bps Developments Limited, Crp Print & Packaging Limited and Promenade Restaurants Limited are three of the largest firms based locally - representing the services, manufacturing and retail sectors respectively.