Your 2-and-a-half-hour train ride from London to Liverpool will never be in vain, thanks to the many interesting places to visit and things to do at this city southwest of Lancashire. Converted into a city in 1880, Liverpool’s economy comprises mainly of tourism and in fact, the Guinness World Records recognizes this city as “World Capital City of Pop.”
Revive Your Enthusiasm for The Beatles!
Liverpool is most popular for being a musical heritage and it surely has the right to be because it is where the members of the world’s most famous band were born! It’s definitely the perfect place to be for everything Beatles. Check out The Beatles Story museum and enjoy the nostalgia as you trace the story of four young men from their humble childhood to the world of fame. Make sure to also visit the homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon during their younger years.
Culture and Knowledge!
Are you on a shoestring budget? Don’t worry, as there are around 7 museums that you can enter for free in Liverpool! So you can be sure that your trip to this city is packed with great value as you can go home with more knowledge and more appreciation for the arts.
Liverpool has many art galleries and museums that showcase excellent pieces for you to be in awe. If time and money isn’t an issue, make sure to check them all out. In any case, be sure to visit the popular Tate Liverpool museum featuring modern artworks.
Sports Fanatics, Unite!
The Liverpudlians (the natives of Liverpool) are also a big fan of sports. Why shouldn’t they be? Liverpool is home to not just one but two of the biggest football teams in the Premier League! You’ll be lucky to get a glimpse of the Everton FC and Liverpool FC in this city.
Doesn’t this article make you want to go to Liverpool? Why not hop on that train or plane now, and discover the wonders this city has to offer!
Photo by: Ronald Saunders, Secret Pilgrim, Elliott Brown, Aleksandr Osipov,