Events and Tourist Attractions in Liverpool

Liverpool is situated in the north-west of England, in the Merseyside metropolitan county. It is a lively city, full of things to do and see, both for culture lovers and for those looking for relaxation and fun.
It boasts the largest concentration of museums in the UK (outside of London) including the International Museum of Slavery, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the World Museum and the Museum of Liverpool.

Liverpool is very famous for its link with the Beatles; here you can visit the Cavern Club of Mathew Street. Another ideal place to retrace the history of the famous band is the "The Beatles Story" museum with photos, memorabilia, musical instruments and clothes. You can also visit the houses that hosted the childhood of George, John, Paul and Ringo.

In the past, Liverpool has been a very important port city and one of the largest trading center in the world. Nowadays Liverpool is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a Maritime Mercantile City. The dock of the now redesigned “Albert Dock” is one of the central points of the city with its bars, restaurants, pubs and entertainment areas. There are also the Tate Gallery, the Beatles Museum and the Maritime Museum.

Liverpool is also perfect for football fans. Indeed, it is home to two of Britain's most famous teams: Liverpool F. C. and Everton F. C. So you should definitely watch a Premier League game and visit the city stadiums of Anfield Road and Goodison Park.

Other places of interest in the city are the two cathedrals: the Anglican and the Catholic. The Anglican Cathedral is the largest in the United Kingdom and the eighth in the world. The Cathedral of Christ the King is instead more recent and is presented as a circular building with a central part.