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Our guidebook for Liverpool!

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Our guidebook for Liverpool!

Restaurants
Great spot for lunch
Nest Cafe Liverpool
283 Breck Rd
Great spot for lunch
Best restaurant in Liverpool if you like all you can eat meat!
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Fazenda Liverpool
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Best restaurant in Liverpool if you like all you can eat meat!
Great pub which does excellent, cheap food. Awesome place to watch any sport that's on, and a short 5-minute walk from the house!
The Cabbage Hall Bar & Grill
20 Breck Rd
Great pub which does excellent, cheap food. Awesome place to watch any sport that's on, and a short 5-minute walk from the house!
Amazing restaurant on the 35th floor looking out over the city
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Panoramic 34
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Amazing restaurant on the 35th floor looking out over the city
Fancy Michelin star restaurant - quite pricey but worth it!
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The Art School Restaurant
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Fancy Michelin star restaurant - quite pricey but worth it!
Drinks & Nightlife
Looking for a bar with a difference? Try Roxy where you can play ping pong and pool!
Roxy Ball Room Liverpool, Hanover Street
26 College Ln
Looking for a bar with a difference? Try Roxy where you can play ping pong and pool!
Entertainment & Activities
A bar that also has mini-golf! Great fun
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Ghetto Golf
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A bar that also has mini-golf! Great fun
If you fancy some go-karting!
TeamSport Go Karting Liverpool
182 Sefton St
If you fancy some go-karting!
Where the Beatles first started out!
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Cavern Club
10 Mathew St
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Where the Beatles first started out!
Find out more about The Beatles...
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The Beatles Story
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Find out more about The Beatles...
Find out about our great city!
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Museum of Liverpool
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Find out about our great city!
The famous art gallery
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Tate Liverpool
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The famous art gallery
What is it? An exhibition that tells the story of British pop music. Why go? In this sprawling, vibrant and interactive exhibition, visitors can find out just about everything there is to know about pop music in the UK. Highlights? Genuine outfits worn by stars such as David Bowie, as well as instruments that once belonged to Noel Gallagher and the Sex Pistols. You can also have a go at rock stardom yourself by picking up one of various guitars, drum kits and keyboards, or belting out a tune or two in a vocal booth.
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British Music Experience
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What is it? An exhibition that tells the story of British pop music. Why go? In this sprawling, vibrant and interactive exhibition, visitors can find out just about everything there is to know about pop music in the UK. Highlights? Genuine outfits worn by stars such as David Bowie, as well as instruments that once belonged to Noel Gallagher and the Sex Pistols. You can also have a go at rock stardom yourself by picking up one of various guitars, drum kits and keyboards, or belting out a tune or two in a vocal booth.
What is it? A 11,000-capacity arts and sports venue that opened in 2008. Why go? Those seeking an action-packed outing should check out the M&S Bank Arena, which regularly plays host to massive gigs, live sporting events, comedy shows and family-friendly performances. Sir Paul McCartney has graced the arena’s stage, and so too have Beyoncé and Iron Maiden. They’ve also held the Mobo Awards, Davis Cup and the GB Judo World Cup here, as well as telly favourites ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ and ‘The X Factor’. Plenty of strings to its bow, then.
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M&S Bank Arena
16 Monarchs Quay
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What is it? A 11,000-capacity arts and sports venue that opened in 2008. Why go? Those seeking an action-packed outing should check out the M&S Bank Arena, which regularly plays host to massive gigs, live sporting events, comedy shows and family-friendly performances. Sir Paul McCartney has graced the arena’s stage, and so too have Beyoncé and Iron Maiden. They’ve also held the Mobo Awards, Davis Cup and the GB Judo World Cup here, as well as telly favourites ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ and ‘The X Factor’. Plenty of strings to its bow, then.
The home of Everton FC!
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Everton FC
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The home of Everton FC!
Essentials
5 minute walk from the house, Asda has everything you'll need for your stay.
Asda Breck Road Superstore
5 minute walk from the house, Asda has everything you'll need for your stay.
Sightseeing
Liverpool's famous Liver Building!
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Liver Building
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Liverpool's famous Liver Building!
The Famous Anfield Stadium!
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Liverpool F.C.
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The Famous Anfield Stadium!
Great views, shops and restaurants
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Albert Dock
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Great views, shops and restaurants
The famous modern Cathedral
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Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral
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The famous modern Cathedral
Take a tour along the river Mersey
Mersey Ferries
Take a tour along the river Mersey
What is it? A green haven in the south of the city. Why go? Spread over almost 250 acres, this Grade I-listed park offers an abundance of luxuriant green space. Kids will love the huge playground, while those with a hankering for horticulture can explore the Victorian Palm House, home to Liverpool’s fab botanical gardens. Caves, waterfalls... it’s like being on another continent altogether.
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Sefton Park
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What is it? A green haven in the south of the city. Why go? Spread over almost 250 acres, this Grade I-listed park offers an abundance of luxuriant green space. Kids will love the huge playground, while those with a hankering for horticulture can explore the Victorian Palm House, home to Liverpool’s fab botanical gardens. Caves, waterfalls... it’s like being on another continent altogether.
What is it? A bit like Seattle’s Space Needle, this pointy landmark has towered above the city since 1969. Why go? There are few places with better views of Liverpool than the observation deck of Radio City Tower. Officially known but never referred to as St John’s Beacon, this structure is 138 metres tall and its 360-degree panoramas are incredible. In case you hadn’t figured it out already, Radio City also broadcasts from here.
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Radio City Tower
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What is it? A bit like Seattle’s Space Needle, this pointy landmark has towered above the city since 1969. Why go? There are few places with better views of Liverpool than the observation deck of Radio City Tower. Officially known but never referred to as St John’s Beacon, this structure is 138 metres tall and its 360-degree panoramas are incredible. In case you hadn’t figured it out already, Radio City also broadcasts from here.
What is it? A Gothic behemoth at the heart of the city. Why go? Liverpool Cathedral is the largest religious building in Britain and the fifth-largest cathedral in the world. Constructed between 1904 and 1978, it’s now open to the public every day of the year. Here you can admire the world’s highest and widest Gothic arches, the UK’s largest organ, and an array of stunning stained-glass windows. The cathedral also plays host to art exhibitions and charity dinners throughout the year, so it’s worth checking the website before your visit.
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Church of England Cathedral of the Diocese of Liverpool
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What is it? A Gothic behemoth at the heart of the city. Why go? Liverpool Cathedral is the largest religious building in Britain and the fifth-largest cathedral in the world. Constructed between 1904 and 1978, it’s now open to the public every day of the year. Here you can admire the world’s highest and widest Gothic arches, the UK’s largest organ, and an array of stunning stained-glass windows. The cathedral also plays host to art exhibitions and charity dinners throughout the year, so it’s worth checking the website before your visit.
What is it? A museum dedicated to Liverpool’s rich maritime history, appropriately based at Albert Dock. Why go? No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a trip to this ode to the city’s sea-trading legacy – especially since it provides fun for all the family. First, there’s a load of model ships and full-sized vessels to examine, as well as eye-catching maritime paintings and posters, films and even a genuine lifejacket worn by a Titanic survivor. You’ll also find the rather harrowing International Slavery Museum on the third floor and the National Border Force Museum in the basement.
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Merseyside Maritime Museum
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What is it? A museum dedicated to Liverpool’s rich maritime history, appropriately based at Albert Dock. Why go? No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a trip to this ode to the city’s sea-trading legacy – especially since it provides fun for all the family. First, there’s a load of model ships and full-sized vessels to examine, as well as eye-catching maritime paintings and posters, films and even a genuine lifejacket worn by a Titanic survivor. You’ll also find the rather harrowing International Slavery Museum on the third floor and the National Border Force Museum in the basement.
Food scene
What is it? Bold Street is Liverpool’s thriving independent shopping quarter. Why go? Few places embody the creative spirit of Liverpool like Bold Street. This haven of independent businesses has long been held by locals and tourists alike as one of the city’s coolest areas. At once bougie and innovative, Bold Street is the place to head for one-off vintage pieces, second-hand books, vinyl or quirky homeware by local designers. Don’t forget to stop off at one of the many tempting cafés, bars and restaurants to refuel while you browse.
Bold Street
What is it? Bold Street is Liverpool’s thriving independent shopping quarter. Why go? Few places embody the creative spirit of Liverpool like Bold Street. This haven of independent businesses has long been held by locals and tourists alike as one of the city’s coolest areas. At once bougie and innovative, Bold Street is the place to head for one-off vintage pieces, second-hand books, vinyl or quirky homeware by local designers. Don’t forget to stop off at one of the many tempting cafés, bars and restaurants to refuel while you browse.