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Liverpool

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About Liverpool

Liverpool, a coastal city in the English midlands, is a sleek and artistic metropolis. Premier League Football and the Beatles are its two major calling cards. Liverpool FC is an English giant who play at the iconic Anfield Stadium. In the early 1960s, the Beatles would frequent the city’s pubs and music halls with their infectious sound. Liverpool was recognized as a European Capital of Culture in 2008. The various museums and art galleries attract visitors from across the continent. Come boat along the Mersey River, visit the World Museum, or take the heritage tour through Croxteth Hall.

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Private Round Trip to The Beatles Story from Manchester
FromUS$135.90
Full Day Private Beatles Tour, Penny Lane & Strawberry Field in Luxury Mercedes
FromUS$174.50
Liverpool Sightseeing Tour by Private Taxi
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromUS$137.50
Private 2 hour Beatles Tour in sanitised luxury vehicle
FromUS$114.90

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Albert Dock: Liverpool's Glorious Landmark Albert Dock is Liverpool's largest scenic spot, listed in the World Heritage List and it the most vibrant place in Liverpool. The dock is full of unique buildings and various characteristic museums, as well as some featured shops. The violent sea wind and the passing ships only remind the passengers of this port city's busyness and glory.
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Trip Moments

SteveWang   
Blessings from Liverpool early morning and evening arrived in Liverpool in the early morning on a sea breeze, our night bus arrived at Liverpool Station at 7am. Although the trip is exhausting, it is also clear that you must stay in the afternoon according to hotel policy. However, after the front desk waiter checked our reservation information and passport, I immediately gave us the room key, and I was very happy! The hotel is modern in style, and the blue and purple decor is very fresh. After a few minutes into the room, the door knocked. It turned out that the hotel sent us a wedding blessing, and also specially equipped with a Chinese translation. A simple note at the time of booking, received a warm response, and tired of one night. When I completed Liverpool's full day of play, I returned to the hotel, and my beloved wine glasses filled with champagne for a short time, the whole city was exceptionally beautiful. By the way, the breakfast here is quite rich. Offering a variety of choices, such as English and American, the picky stomach can also be comforted.
Posted: Aug 4, 2019
_WE***09   
Wales and Liverpool - The Cavern is where the Beatles started their band. very famous place#historicallandmarks #scenicspotguide @United Kingdom #wintergetaway
Posted: Jan 20, 2020
carina   
At first glance, this really feels incompatible with the image of the church in mind, and the style is very non-mainstream. This is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Liverpool City Cathedral. The silvery look and the central thorn-like rounded roof are a very modern design. It is said that CNN has rated it as one of the ugliest top ten buildings in the world, and the locals have given it the nickname: "Paddy's Wigwam" (Paddy is a nickname for Irish Catholics). A small circular Catholic church in England, which began construction in 1850, was only partially completed due to insufficient funds. The construction was then interrupted for more than 60 years, and the final completion was in 1967, and the entire process took more than 100 years. Inside the church, the faint light from the patio creates a mysterious space. You can see the bright colors of the inner hall. If the sun shines through the colored glass at this time, there will be different light and shadows of red, blue, green, purple, etc., which is very beautiful. In addition, in 1982, the then Pope John Paul II visited, and it was active as a Catholic center in Liverpool. Now there are Chinese people who call it a hot pot church. It is said that hundreds of unlucky children are thrown into the gloomy basement examination of this church every year. .
Posted: Dec 22, 2016
carina   
Liverpool Cathedral, also known as AnglicanCathedral. It is the largest church in the United Kingdom, also known as the Catherdral Church of Chris in Liverpool. It is also the fifth largest cathedral in the world, and its architectural style blends traditional Gothic and modern monumental styles. The design of the single tower was an innovation at the time. The tower was 101 meters high and built the world's third largest clock. The exterior is not very eye-catching, but the interior space is extremely high and ethereal. And you can enter for free and listen to the hymns of the choir. It is worth mentioning that this magnificent and solemn religious building is from the hands of a 22-year-old youth. In 1902, the 22-year-old Giles Gilbert Scott selected the design competition at Liverpool Cathedral, which was a bit controversial, but Scott's mastery of Gothic style and professional family background (George Gilbert Scott Junior) Sir and grandfather Sir George Gilbert Scott are both very famous architects in British history. Sir Grandpa Scott designed London's St. Pancras Station. The Albert Memorial, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the chapel at St. John's College of Cambridge, the main building of the University of Glasgow, etc., and other British landmarks involved in the design are numerous. Let the project run aground. In 1904 King Edward laid the cornerstone and the church began construction. In 1924, the first part of the Church and the East Hall were completed. In 1941, the second stage tower was initially completed and put into use. In World War II, the church miraculously survived the death. However, due to the downturn in the national economy and the impact of the world war, it was not until 1978, after a full 76 years, the main part of the church was officially completed, and Elizabeth II attended the completion ceremony. Unfortunately, Scott died in 1960. He didn't wait until the day when his work was perfectly presented, but Scott not only left this beautiful church, but London's iconic red telephone booth was also from his hand.
Posted: Nov 10, 2015
carina   
For the city of Liverpool, I only know football and the Beatles. But when I walked into the city, I found that the surprises that brought me did not stop there. It is like the episode of the rise and fall of Great Britain. Nowadays, nearly 3,000 buildings in the city were built in the 18th century, and the heavy sense of history can be felt everywhere in the streets. Walking on the street, you can also see Liverpool's logo: a bird called the liverbird. But because the image of the first liverbird in history has never been recorded, the whole Liverbird that Liverpool can see is not the same.
Posted: Dec 22, 2018
carina   
Liverpool Cathedral, also known as AnglicanCathedral. It is the largest church in the United Kingdom, also known as the Catherdral Church of Chris in Liverpool. It is also the fifth largest cathedral in the world, and its architectural style blends traditional Gothic and modern monumental styles. The design of the single tower was an innovation at the time. The tower was 101 meters high and built the world's third largest clock. The exterior is not very eye-catching, but the interior space is extremely high and ethereal. And you can enter for free and listen to the hymns of the choir. It is worth mentioning that this magnificent and solemn religious building is from the hands of a 22-year-old youth. In 1902, the 22-year-old Giles Gilbert Scott selected the design competition at Liverpool Cathedral, which was a bit controversial, but Scott's mastery of Gothic style and professional family background (George Gilbert Scott Junior) Sir and grandfather Sir George Gilbert Scott are both very famous architects in British history. Sir Grandpa Scott designed London's St. Pancras Station. The Albert Memorial, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the chapel at St. John's College of Cambridge, the main building of the University of Glasgow, etc., and other British landmarks involved in the design are numerous. Let the project run aground. In 1904 King Edward laid the cornerstone and the church began construction. In 1924, the first part of the Church and the East Hall were completed. In 1941, the second stage tower was initially completed and put into use. In World War II, the church miraculously survived the death. However, due to the downturn in the national economy and the impact of the world war, it was not until 1978, after a full 76 years, the main part of the church was officially completed, and Elizabeth II attended the completion ceremony. Unfortunately, Scott died in 1960. He didn't wait until the day when his work was perfectly presented, but Scott not only left this beautiful church, but London's iconic red telephone booth was also from his hand.
Posted: Nov 10, 2015