Liverpool has many claims to fame. It’s produced more number one hit singles than any other city in the world, including songs by The Beatles (of course!), Gerry and the Pacemakers and Frankie Goes to Hollywood. The home of both the Liverpool and Everton football clubs, Liverpool has won 27 League championships and a host of other sporting glories.
All National Museums in Liverpool are free. Score! There’s a slavery museum, a fine art gallery, a maritime museum, a Victorian merchant’s house and a world museum. Take your pick!
See live music, live comedy or simply hit up one of Liverpool’s nightclubs or hip bars, some of them in cool spaces like old warehouses.
Catch a game of good ol’ British football at Anfield Stadium or Goodison Park, or go one better and take a behind the scenes tour of one of the clubs, meeting legendary former players.
With more parks than Paris, Liverpool is lovely and green. Check out the view from the top of lovely green Everton Park, or cycle along next to the lake in Sefton Park.
Crosby Beach is worth a visit not for its swimming – the tide is too strong for that - but for ‘Another Place’, 100 cast iron sculptures, crafted by artist Anthony Gormley, of men staring out to sea.
Liverpudlians are no strangers to shopping. Grab some designer fashion at the Liverpool ONE mall, or pick up some records or art at one of the independent shops on the appropriately named Bold Street. Tuck into dishes from around the world, pizza and pasta, and everything else under the sun. Drop into a theatre restaurant to combine cuisine and culture.
Book your cheap flights to Liverpool with us. Once you’re here, you can get around the city by bus, train or on a Mersey ferry. Book your Liverpool accommodation with us and dance to the beat (and The Beatles) of Liverpool.
Hotels in Liverpool start at AU$51 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.