Liverpool Trip Journey Information | Expedia

Liverpool Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Liverpool – Get to know this English metropolis the place the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. Click on play on this charming vacation spot and begin planning a visit of your personal.

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Start your #Liverpool #trip with a tour of the architectural splendor within the metropolis. #Go to the Three Graces that sit in Pier Head, overlooking the River Mersey.

Get to know the town’s maritime historical past at Merseyside Maritime Museum, the place you’ll study boatloads of details about ships of the previous, from the Titanic to the Lusitania.

The Beatles performed greater than 300 gigs at Cavern Membership, whereas the Casbah Espresso Membership is the place Beatlemania took off. To study extra in regards to the epic band, roam across the memorabilia displays at The Beatles Story, a museum the place you possibly can marvel at John Lennon’s glasses and George Harrison’s first guitar.

#Discover the cathedrals within the metropolis after which rub shoulders with soccer devotees.

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41 thoughts on “Liverpool Trip Journey Information | Expedia

  1. Mr. Darkside says:

    I am a Manchester United supporter, but also a very big Beatles fan. I want to visit Liverpool to get a picture with the Beatles statue. I have heard that the locals are friendly people but I am nervous to visit since I support their arch football rivals. If I visit Liverpool, will I be fine if I hide the fact that I am a United fan? I just want to explore this beautiful city without causing any trouble.

  2. Joe Kelsall says:

    I took a party of 10 Californian senior citizens around the UK for 14 days. Their last 2 days were in Liverpool and included a meal in a restaurant on a Saturday night, overlooking Mathew Street. At the end of their stay, I asked them which was their favourite place. Their decision was unanimous – LIVERPOOL. They were obviously wealthy because when I asked their organiser what price hotel I should book them into, she replied ‘Any price you like – they can afford it!’.
    I booked them into the Atlantic Tower Hotel with a river view and on the floor level to the bells of St Nicholas Church for the 11 am Sunday Morning bell ringing recital ( Best peal of bells in the world) They loved Liverpool. I booked them into the Adelphi Hotel function room for lunch, which was formerly the US Navy Officers’s Club in WW2. One of my guests was US Navy escort sailor during the war.

  3. Saiful Khan says:

    I loved Liverpool! Saw quickly with my parents in '73 then showed in detail to my kids in 2017. Enjoyed every second of my 2 days there – all the Beatles' homes, The Beatles Story, Albert Docks, Cavern Club, the Universities, Anfield, Goodison Park, both Cathedrals, etc.. Need to visit again – once I can get out of California again.

  4. David Griffiths says:

    Liverpool gets better every year. With more redevelopment in the city, it is an ever changing place and for the better. This video is 5 years old. A lot of new buildings and architecture have been developed since then. Its definitely an up and coming city. It looks fantastic

  5. Stephen McNally says:

    Liverpool's "heyday" is in the past. There's some nice buildings in the centre; but, like most English cities (apart from London), it couldnt be considered a buzzing metropolis that is on the upwards curve.

  6. Scarbo says:

    What an impressive, uplifting description of Liverpool. It still has it's grimy veneer but a whole lot better when I moved away 40 years ago. Liverpool should be proud.

  7. tin soldier says:

    My cousin through out his life he spent his time with research, study. An absent minded genius. After long time I met him and he asked me where are you live in England. I said Liverpool. Then he said.. O Liverpool. A great football club out there. I was shocked cause I never thought in my life he ever seen any football match ever.

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