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Liverpool is most known for being the birthplace of The Beatles, but it has a lot more to offer. Here are our top reasons for everyone to go to Liverpool.
1) The Food
Liverpool residents are certainly spoiled for choice when it comes to food, with a wide range of cuisines and eating alternatives. Take, for example, Panoramic 34, one of the UK's most elevated restaurants and serves luxurious cuisine. There are several unique alternatives available across the city. The Cuban-inspired Alma De Cuba, situated in a lovely restored church, is a terrific alternative for individuals who want to stay on the ground floor. We also recommend The Baltic Social for something a bit more laid-back, where their burgers are to die for, and they serve one of Liverpool's most lavish Sunday roasts. Check out our Food Guide for more information on the amazing eating options available in Liverpool.
2) Albert Dock
Albert Dock is not just one of the most beautiful areas in the country, but it also houses the UK's most remarkable collection of listed structures. What was once a busy landing port has been transformed into a dynamic neighbourhood with galleries, museums, bars, and restaurants. The city's iconic Three Grace buildings are located at the Pier Head.
3) Beatles Attractions
You must see at least one Beatles attraction if you're planning a vacation to the city! The Cavern Club and The Beatles Story attract most Beatles enthusiasts, but The Casbah Coffee Club and John and Paul's boyhood homes provide more unique stories and rare memories.
4) The Nightlife
The Ropewalks neighbourhood, for example, is a terrific area in the city to dance the night away. Seel Street has been voted the UK's fourth hippest street, thanks to places such as Heebie Jeebies, Be At One, Arts Club, and Alma De Cuba. Read our Guide to Liverpool Nightlife for an in-depth look at the best bars in the city.
5) The Architecture
Liverpool boasts some fantastic architecture, including structures going back to the 1500s that are still standing. Speke Hall is one of these structures, and despite its outlying location, it is definitely worth a visit.