Euroventure city guide


Euroventure city guide

Everything you need to know about Liverpool

Quick facts

  • Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, England
  • Language: English
  • Population of city: 467,000
  • Nearest airport: Liverpool John Lennon Airport
  • Main train/bus station(s): Liverpool Lime Street
  • Best time to visit? All year round, however the Spring and Summer months will bring more preferable temperatures.
  • Budget level? ££
  • Best for: City Break, Shopping, History, Music

Top Attractions

The Beatles Story

Step back in time to the 60s and discover the story of 4 Liverpool lads and their journey to become one of the world’s most famous bands. Among the exhibits, you’ll find sets of some of the locations that helped to make the band an international success story. Wander through replicas of the Casbah Club, the Cavern Club and Abbey Road Studios, marveling a the memorabilia. There’s even a collection of out-there outfits including John Lennon’s iconic glasses. If you just can’t enough the Beatles’ story, grab a snack in the Fab4 Cafe or browse for a souvenir at the Fab4 shop.

Albert Dock

The Albert Dock is at the heart of city centre and houses a mix of the city’s quirkiest and fanciest restaurants and bars. You’ll also find a selection of independent shops showcasing Liverpool’s local talent. Check out the crafts shops and photography studios for a unique souvenir. Also along Albert Dock is one of the most visited galleries in the UK outside of London. The Tate Liverpool has an impressive collection of contemporary artwork, photography and sculptures.

Liverpool Football Club

Football is a large part of Liverpool’s culture so why not visit Anfield Stadium for a tour of this iconic club? There’s a range of experiences on offer at this world famous stadium. You’ll visit both the home and away dressing rooms, walk down the player’s tunnel and be treated to incredible views of the pitch from the main stand. Don’t miss the trophy Exhibition Room where you can book in advance to have your photo taken with the Premier League, 18/19 UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup trophies.

China Town

Liverpool’s Chinatown is the oldest in Europe and is recognisable by the 13.5m high Chinese arch imported from Shanghai. As a celebration of Liverpool’s multicultural population, you’ll find an amazing selection of not only Chinese but pan-Asian restaurants and supermarkets. If you’re visiting in February then Chinese New Year is not to be missed!


A Selection of Trips and Tours that include Liverpool