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The captivating sights and hustle of cosmopolitan make Liverpool makes itself the best of both worlds. The city gives her visitors the exquisite beauty of the Albert Dock and a nostalgic sting with the medieval layout of certain streets and buildings in the setting of this wholesome hip city. Having the perfect mix of all the realms, the city offers you picturesque sights of breath-taking landscapes whose image you will carry like a polaroid in your heart. Being tucked at a location that lies in close proximity to different major cities, Liverpool is the centre of attention of various visitors throughout the year. It is the fifth most populous city in the United Kingdom as it witnesses a population of about 2.24 million people. This makes Liverpool a true paradise for your touristy souls.  It is a true treat for both- local inhabitants and people on happy holidays. The charming city of Liverpool has so much to offer.

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Indulge in the enriching, warm, and diverse culture of Liverpool that reeks in every nook and corner. From picturesque sights to cute hip cafes, Liverpool provides you with endless opportunities that will let you unwind your soul and relax in the wholesome setting of the city. The city is the perfect amalgamation of rich heritage and modern swirl in every aspect. Liverpool is the birthplace of the Beatles. You have got to be living in a cave if you haven’t heard of them! The band has gifted the world with some outstanding music. As an ode to the band and taking pride in being the city from where it sprung- a lot of places are dedicated to it. Visit the famous cathedral if you want to calm your soul or attend the Museum of Liverpool to enjoy the work of local artists presenting different genres. The city is saturated with various art forms so sit back and unravel your mind in the musings of live music, museums, and theatre present in the city. It certainly is blessed with a plethora of opportunities that make you happy and live your dream vacation.

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The authenticity of restaurants and local street food influenced by different cuisines is completely gratifying. Fall in love with the wholesome food in the city- a simple English breakfast and staple Brit-pie is scrumptious enough to make your melt away. It is also quite famous because of its popular football teams, that are, Everton F.C. and Liverpool F.C..

 

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St. George's Hall

Tucked in the heart of the city, this 1854 Greco Roman architecture building stands tall till date. It is considered to be one of the most outstanding neo classical buildings in the world and as of today is a Grade 1 listed building. The building is 169 ft long and 74 ft wide hall with tunnel vaulted ceiling; it is considered to be the largest of its kind in Europe. The ceiling has figures that portray the essential qualities of Victorian Liverpool, that is, art, justice and science. The hall is the abode to one of the greatest brick arches in the world and is beautifully embellished with a priceless mosaic floor made up of 30000 tiles.

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Liverpool Cathedral

stands as the largest Anglican cathedral in the whole of Europe making it a rather significant building in the city of Liverpool. The epic tower is open to visitors all the time. It has a majestic grandeur which reeks of beauty during the Renaissance. There is the Great Space film and audio tour which is an interactive and insightful tour that helps the visitors to go on a journey discovering a series of stations. The 331 feet High cathedral proves itself to be one of the most popular tourist attractions in Liverpool.

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Walker Art Gallery

Built in the year 1877, the outstanding gallery proves itself to be one of the greatest galleries in the United Kingdom. Walter Art Gallery is one of the most famous art galleries in the country because of the tremendous collection of paintings, sculptures and artworks it has sustained and nicely preserved spanning over 600 years. The marvelous work of different artists make the atmosphere of the Walter Art Gallery divine and soothing. Do not forget to check out this place whenever in Liverpool.

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Albert Dock

Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Albert Dock is one of the main attractions for tourists in the city. Since it is tucked next to the riverside, the dock is the home to the largest collection of Grade 1 listed buildings in the whole of the United Kingdom as well as a lot of famous museums and tourist attractions. You will also find an array of restaurants from where you can grab a quick lunch while enjoying the beautiful place.

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Croxteth Hall

Nestled in the middle of about 50 acre woodlands and parks, this charming hall acts as the perfect weekend getaway for locals as well as tourists. You can plan out an amazing day with your family members in its vast charming gardens or take a stroll around while holding the hand of your beau. Highly recommended if you're planning to spend some quality time and Croxteth Hall never disappoints it's visitors.

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Tate Liverpool

Nestled on the famous Albert Dock, you will find this international contemporary and modern art gallery that leaves your jaw dropped. Majestic beauties of late 90s like Lynda Benglis: Quartered Meteor or Barbara Kruger: Untitled reside here peacefully. The environment of the gallery is calm and serene but the art it has is truly powerful and significant. It's past exhibitions include Jackson Pollock: Behind the Spots and even Mondrian and his studios.

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Chester

Lying at a distance of just 40.1 miles from the heart of Manchester lays the woeful city of Chester. The city is blessed with the best surviving Roman Fortress Wall in Northern Europe. The gothic blemishes in its contemporary setting imprint a stunning layout all over the city. So, what are you waiting for? Gear up and make do of your time in this amazing place.

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Lake District

Blessed with an array of glacial ribbon lakes and rugged fell mountains, quintessential Lake District is a National Park in Crumbia. It is the home to Lake Windermere, which is not only the longest lake here but also in England. It is situated at a stretch of 95 miles from the heart of Liverpool, so don't think twice to make a U-Turn and extend your trip. The amazing sight will leave you in absolute awe.

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Manchester

Located at a distance of just 35 miles from the heart of Liverpool, lays the glorious Manchester. The ever so popular city is the home to endless fun and excitement. Jam-packed with clubs, restaurants, cutesy cafes, shopping centers and what not! This is an ideal place to spend a quality good at. The bowl-shaped terrain will leave your jaws hanging because of its beauty and surprises it has sealed in.

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Gretna Green

Lying at a distance of 133.6 miles from the heart of Liverpool, this sweet and quaint village is settled in the southern county of Dumfries and Galloway. It is said that in the 18th century, couples fled to Gretna to get married. So, why would you break the full circle? Hold the hand of your beau and navigate the pretty place. Not quite the old fashioned way.

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Formby

The civil parish is blessed with links to golf courses such as Southport & Ainsdale, Royal Birkdale, Hillside, West Lancashire, and Hesketh. The beautiful lush greenery and crisp blue sky with large cumulus clouds in it are truly woeful. One must visit Formby whenever in Liverpool as it rests at a distance of just 12 miles the city’s core.

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Crosby

Lying at a stretch of 6.9 miles from the heart of the darling Liverpool, Crosby is on a vacation. The coastal town lies in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, in Merseyside where some or the other thing is always happening. You can plan a beautiful and chirpy day with your loved one in the heart of this town.

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Southport

This large seaside town will urge you to dive in its beauty and indulge in the culture. It is eleventh most populous settlement in North West England. The town has a hearty crowd and fun activities going on throughout the year. As it lies at a close proximity of just 43 miles from the city of Manchester, you ought to visit Southport.

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Bradford

The wool capital of the world lies at a distance of just 68 miles from Liverpool. So, you ought to check it out whenever in the city. It is home to a plethora of museums, parks, gardens, restaurants and what not! Bradford vouches to never let you down. The fun and frolic of the city let you rejuvenate your spirits and forget about the dull mundane of your general routine. So, extend your trip since Bradford eagerly waits to be explored.

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