Tours to Liverpool
As the European Capital of Culture and the UNESCO status as a World Heritage Site have been successfully achieved, Liverpool experiences a thrilling Renaissance. The love of a Liverpudlian for his own city is hard to avoid infection. This was a hard-crawling town for decades, surrounded on all sides with all kinds of social ills but still suffered by love, which was expressed through a reputable gallows’ wit and a soccer obsession. It has now been full of fabulous new stores, breathtaking restaurants, hip hotels and fashionable wine bars, and the best cultural collection outside of London. In this season, Liverpool City Region is going to come alive with exciting events, from culture to music, from family-friendly to nightlife. It’s much easier to feel the love with the worst times now firmly behind them. Scousers are justified as the city’s impressive cultural heritage, which dates back to Liverpool being British the second largest city. But the excitation is the constant program of urban regeneration which transforms a once-depleted urban centre into one of the most pleasing cities, after Scouse, a fish and potato chips stew popular among sailors.
Culture and patrimony are boiling in Liverpool. As a merchant hub and a gateway to the New World, the town has a glorious past, but it is also a key destination today for art lovers, theatre fans and museum-goers. Tate Liverpool is home to the North National Collection of Modern Art and one of the galleries outside London that is most frequently visited. Artists such as Marc Chagall, Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet have featured recently. Like China’s Great Wall and the Giza Pyramids, Liverpool is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In 2004 the city qualified for this status due to its impressive riverfront and other areas of the city centre.
Highlights of the season include the exhibition at The Walker Art Gallery of renowned English artist David Hockney, fabulous shopping in the city centre and events for the whole family, Liverpool’s own Chinese New Year’s celebrations and “Beatles 50” – a 50 year Fab Four celebrations. Two members of it were broken up, but in Liverpool, the Beatles are more active than ever. Most of it is about the tiny Mathew St, the original Cavern Club site, which is currently the main route of the Cavern Quarter, a disgracefully commercial endeavour to reinforce the legacy of its Fab Four. Here you can hit oysters at the Rubber Soul Oyster Bar, buy a George pillowcase “From Me to You” and put it on the Hard Day’s Night Hotel’s pillows. Feel it, do it. Just pick out The Beatles Legend Fab Four Tour in Liverpool
Take the stunning sights of Liverpool’s Waterfront, stroll around Albert Dock to have a drink from history, then travel across the Mersey River on one of the famous Mersey Ferries. Liverpool also has a unique combination of classical and contemporary architecture. Liverpool is the Gothic Revival Cathedral, the largest Anglican cathedral in Britain, and the Modernist Catholic Cathedral on the second side of Hope Street. It is affectionately called’ Paddy’s Wigwam.’ Liverpool has one of the country’s most impressive museum collections. The new Liverpool Museum is one of the most exciting. The opening ceremony took place in the summer of 2011 and has since been unprecedented. It is the largest national museum in Britain for more than a century and the only site dedicated to regional city historical history in the world, housed in a landmark building on the Pier Head. Non-negotiable is a tour of the Beatles Story at Albert Dock, a brilliant lifetime tour of the Beatles, featuring fascinating memories of friends and family insights. We will also visit Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road at Allerton, John Lennon’s children’s homes and Sir Paul McCartney’s National Trust properties, and Cavern Club at the Mathew Street where the most famous beer and live music club fascinates the people coming from all around the world. There is also a celebrated live music scene in the city and many worth checking out music festivals. We are ready to take you there. Sport is done in Liverpool. It houses two of the largest football teams in the Premiership, making football a religion in the city and a subject that gives rise to much hot debate in the city’s pubs. The population of Reds, Liverpool FC and Blues, or Everton FC, are clearly divided between the Reds. Today, the Reds are one of the world’s leading soccer trophy club with an impressive 18 league championship titles, 5 European cups and 7 FA Cups. For all Liverpool fans, the Liverpool FC Stadium Tour is a must – see and do consider stop off at ‘The Boot Room’ café in the stadium.
Take your opportunity to gain exclusive access to one of England’s most successful Football Club’s true sports cathedrals-Anfield. Watch and learn as the passionate tour guides give fascinating insights into the famous past of Anfield and the bright future of Liverpool FC and take them to rare stadium areas. The Liverpool Museum is the world’s first national museum dedicated to the history of a regional city and is located on the historical Pier Head of Liverpool and in a new monumental building. For over a hundred years it is also England’s largest newer national museum. Hop along the overhead train, come close to the stage that John Lennon and Paul McCartney met at first, immerse yourself in the rich history of sports and creativity and experience the meaning of a Liverpudlian for yourself. Don’t miss Liverpool, Everton FC and The Beatles 360 ° Immersive Films. The Beatles Story is a unique tourist attraction located in the Liverpool Albert Dock that takes you on an atmospherically enlightening journey into the Beatles’ life, times, culture and music. See that four young guys from Liverpool have become the greatest band in all the time and have been driven to the dizzy heights of world fame and fortune! Let Tourope UK plan your getaway in the sailor’s city to make your dream holiday memorable.
Things to do in Liverpool
A truly amazing architectural success is the Albert Dock. It opened in 1846 and was soon transformed into a treasury of valuable cargoes all over the world. Nowadays, redevelopment of over £ 100 million has made it one of the busiest and most cosmopolitan centres in Liverpool and one of the best-known cultural heritage. There are great attractions to visit, including the Tate Liverpool, The Beatles Story, and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. Anglican Cathedral is UK’s largest cathedral and one of the 20th century’s biggest buildings. The cathedral is full of superlatives: tallest of Gothic arches, largest organ, heaviest ring of clocks but a great sense of welcome and peace equalizes its grandeur. For many purposes-worship, concerts, exhibitions, recitals and the exhibitions-the entire cathedral is used imaginatively.