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All About Liverpool
Set across the River Mersey from the Wirral Peninsula’s scenic coastal walks, Liverpool has long relied on the water. Hop on one of the famous ferries or head down to the Royal Albert Dock to get a taste of the city’s centuries of maritime history. The Merseyside Maritime Museum takes visitors through the history of seafaring from all perspectives, while the Neoclassical Cunard Building on the waterfront — one of the listed buildings known as the Three Graces — stands as a testament to Liverpool’s heritage of transatlantic travel.
Art lovers head here to visit the galleries of Tate Liverpool, while music fans are spoiled for choice, from The Beatles Story museum to the original Cavern Club, where leading lights of the Merseybeat movement took their first steps to stardom. Football is the beating heart of the city, with two rival teams often splitting families in two on derby day. Whichever team you’re rooting for, home games are easy to reach — the two stadiums stand on either side of Stanley Park.
The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Liverpool
Similar to the rest of the United Kingdom, the weather in Liverpool can be unpredictable, so bringing an umbrella is always a wise idea. If you’re prepared to pack your woolens, then the city’s Christmas lights and international markets are well worth a trip in December. River of Light is another draw, illuminating the city with a free programme of light displays, large-scale installations, and fireworks for nine days in early November. Things are often balmier during the summer months, with bars and restaurants spilling out onto pavements across the city centre for a distinctly European vibe and locals venturing out to parks and the waterfront to hang out where it’s cooler.
Top things to do in Liverpool
Liverpool has one of the oldest Chinatowns in Europe. Although much of the city’s Chinese community now lives in the outer suburbs, you can still find many family-run businesses in the Chinatown district, not to mention the beautiful pagoda at the top of Duke Street. If you’re visiting around Chinese New Year, join in the absorbing celebrations.
Follow the footsteps of the Fab Four
Whether you’re chilling in a bar, checking out a museum, or strolling around a local park, there are signs of Liverpool’s most famous sons across the city. Hire a bike to explore their old neighborhoods and find several places around the Matthew Street area holding regular concerts so that fans of the band can join in with a singalong or two.
Join the locals for a sunny day to remember at Sefton Park. This 200-acre park is a popular spot for picnics, outdoor activities, and days out in the shade of the magnificent glass Palm House. You’ll find a boating lake, a cafe for pit stops, and a perfectly pruned botanical garden to admire.