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From its historic waterfront, adorned with the iconic Albert Dock to its impressive cathedrals and thriving arts scene, Liverpool offers an interesting blend of old and new. Embrace the warmth of the locals, known as Liverpudlians or Scousers as you explore its museums and galleries, cheer on its passionate football teams, and immerse yourself in The Beatles' legacy. Prepare to be enchanted by the charm of Liverpool, where history, creativity, and a contagious spirit converge to create an unforgettable experience.

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The Ultimate Beatles Tour Experience in Liverpool

No trip to Liverpool is complete without taking in some Beatles history. After all, this is where it all began. And even after more than 50 years since the group split up, the city still lives and breathes Beatlemania. Join the ultimate Beatles tour experience in Liverpool for a fascinating insight into the lives of the Fab Four. Drive around the city on a replica of John Lennon's iconic Rolls-Royce Phantom and see the sights, from the houses where the band members grew up to Penny Lane and the spot that inspired Strawberry Fields Forever.

Liverpool FC Museum
Anfield Stadium, Walton Breck Road, Anfield, Liverpool

Whether you're a die-hard football fan or simply curious about football history, a visit to the Liverpool FC Museum is an absolute must for any visitor to the city. Delve into its glorious past and remarkable achievements. From iconic victories to legendary players, the museum showcases the club's proud heritage through engaging exhibits and interactive displays. Discover the stories behind the triumphs, relive unforgettable moments, and marvel at the collection of memorabilia that encapsulates the spirit of Liverpool FC.

The London Carriage Works
40 Hope Street, Liverpool

Once the warehouse of a coach and carriage builders, The London Carriage Works has been transformed into a culinary gem. Nestled within the Hope Street Hotel, this esteemed restaurant serves modern British dishes crafted with local, fresh, and seasonal produce. Step inside the exposed-brick dining room, where history meets contemporary elegance and embark on a gastronomic journey, where each dish is thoughtfully prepared to showcase the best flavours of British cuisine.

Sapporo Teppanyaki
134 Duke Street, Liverpool

Sapporo Teppanyaki is a lively Japanese restaurant that promises an unforgettable dining experience. The restaurant is renowned for its sizzling meats cooked on flaming hotplates, an array of sushi options, and a great selection of whisky and sake. But the best of dining here is watching the preparation of your food. Get ready to be entertained as their talented chefs take centre stage, and with a uniquely theatrical style, skillfully prepare your meal right before your eyes.

Liverpool ONE
5 Wall Street, Liverpool

Liverpool ONE is a vibrant open-air complex featuring around 170 shops, plus an array of restaurants, bars, a cinema, and even mini-golf. Whether you're searching for fashion, entertainment, or delectable dining experiences, this expansive complex will surely fulfil your desires.

St Johns Shopping Centre
127 Saint George's Place, Liverpool

St John's Shopping Centre is Liverpool’s largest indoor shopping destination housing over 100 shops — from local brands to household names —, plus a variety of eateries.

Passport / Visa

Citizens of the European Union member-states, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland, and Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) only require a valid passport to enter the UK. Residents of a further 10 countries do not require entry visas for stays under 6 months: the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Nationals of some further countries do not require a visa but need to hold an entry certificate. Use the UK Government website to check for specific requirements.

Best Time to Visit

The peak season for visiting Liverpool is late spring and summer, which is when you will be able to take advantage of the warmest weather (up to 20°C). Earlier in spring or the first weeks of autumn are good alternatives if you want to find fewer crowds, but still decent weather. Being a seaside city, Liverpool has a maritime climate, which means summers are warm and winters are not extremely cold. However, the weather can be unpredictable — make sure you take a look at the forecast before packing.

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