Explore the city of Liverpool
Home of the Beatles and the Liverpool Football Club, Liverpool is quite well known. From the striking Piers Head waterfront to the Tate Liverpool, you will likely find something of interest to you personally as you visit this beautiful city.
Though the Liverpool area was already named by 1190, its birth as a city seems to date to around 1207 when King John issued letters of patent inviting settlers to take up holdings in the area in an effort to start a new borough. For many years it was regarded as a town of little importance until about 1699 when Liverpool made itself a Parish. After that it grew rapidly and though it sustained quite a lot of damage during the Second World War, it was quickly rebuilt.
Today, Liverpool is a place of diversity. You will be able to see old buildings as well as modern masterpieces; wonderfully English Tudor styled homes and very orientally styled buildings in Chinatown. It has a strong artistic lure as well as being a place of vibrance and youth.
Some of the top attractions include The Walker, the Museum of Liverpool Life, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Tate Liverpool, the Beetles Magical Mystery Tour, Chinatown, Cains Brewery, Liverpool Theatres, the Bluecoat Centre, Blundellsands Beach, Croxteth Hall and Country Park and Speke Hall.
So whether you plan to stroll the magnificent marina or spend time at the wildlife parks, see great works of art or dig into the history of musical icons, Liverpool presents itself as a wonderful and varied destination. There is truly a lot to see and do and a holiday to Liverpool would be filled to the brim if you had to try and see it all.