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Home to the Beatles, the Grand National and the Liver Birds, and now a designated UNESCO World Heritage city, Liverpool is unique mix of contemporary and classic architecture, waterfronts and designer shopping, museums, lively art scenes and pulsating nightlife. Must see attractions in Liverpool
The first stop for music loves is The Beatles Story a museum dedicated to this iconic sixties band. To enhance the experience, take a Beatles Magical Mystery bus tour to follow in the bands footsteps around the city. Continuing with history, The Museum of Liverpool gives great insight into the city's past, while the Victoria Gallery and Museum explores history and art on a global scale. The incredible World Museum reveals millions of years of the Earth's history through thousands of exhibits and interactive displays. For art, try the Walker Gallery, with its collections spanning six centuries, as well as Tate Liverpool, Open Eye photography gallery and the Bluecoat Centre.
Take a ride on the Mersey Ferries to see the city from the water and visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum or Old Dock Experience to learn about Liverpool's important shipping and seafaring past. You can also try a Duckmarine land to sea cruise, and visit the award-wining U-Boat Story to learn about life on board a real German U-boat.
For shopping, head to the Victorian arcades of Lord Street, or else Liverpool One shopping mall with over 160 shops under one roof. Alternatively, try the exclusive Metquarter for premium and designer goods. For ultra chic shopping and a slice of fashionista history, take a trip to Cavern Walks and Lark Lane home to Vivienne Westwood and Cricket, among others. Football fans can tour the historic Anfield stadium, or visit Liverpool Football Club, and to get away from it all for a while, Otterspool Promenade to the south of the city offers excellent views over the Merseyside and a great place to unwind.
Airport Arrivals Hall, South Terminal, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, Liverpool, L24 1YD.
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To see the wider region and what the rest of England has to offer, pick up your hire car at Liverpool Airport and go exploring. Norton Priory in Runcorn, Chester, is a great place to start; suitable for families as well as adult travellers, this 12th century priory consists of pristine archaeological remains, garden, woodland and an interesting museum the perfect haven only a short drive away. While in Chester, visit also the Roman Walls, Cathedral, and the famous 'Chester Rows'.
For beaches, try Formby with its high dunes, sweeping sands and pine coastal woods, affording excellent views over the Irish Sea. Southport beach with its iconic pier is another perfect get-away-from-it-all destination close to the city, while Crosby beach has the added bonus of 100 cast iron sculptures by Antony Gormley.
For a coast-to-coast route across the country, follow the Leeds-Liverpool canal, stopping off in some of the small villages and towns along the way. If you'd like to see England's capital, you can drive to the amazing theatre, plentiful museums, gorgeous parks and iconic landmarks of London in around four hours. Alternatively, head north to Scotland for some very different culture, traditions and landscapes, with Edinburgh and Glasgow approximately four hours drive away both well worth the journey.