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  Welcome to Liverpool

  Monday, July 25, 2016

Liverpool- Soccer City and The Beatles

Liverpool is located in the UK, part of the Northwest region of England and the county of Merseyside. According to with the last record puts the population at 454,654 inhabitants.
As curiosities, Liverpool became a tourist destination by the popularity of The Beatles and football team Liverpool Football Club, so tourism plays a significant role in the economy of the city.

Sightseeing

One of the things for which the city is known is for The Beatles, The Cavern is the most famous pub that contains the history of The Beatles in this city. In this club part of the history of modern music it was founded. Today, The Cavern is no longer because the original building was demolished, but at his side, has opened a replica that is in Matthew Street and is logically the most visited place in Liverpool. Anfield Road, Liverpool's stadium is so full of history and magic, only to see it from the street fans feel an incredible feeling. The stadium is located on the outskirts of the city, surrounded by low houses and away from the center. But maybe that's why Liverpool is a team so loved by the people, for their attachment to people, people on the street. In addition to The Beatles Story is the museum dedicated to the group and must visit where you will learn more about its history. Royal Albert Dock, it's a trip to the hometown of the Beatles. You will be in a beautiful city with wonderful people, your journey will be full of energy and anecdotes. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, it was built in the twentieth century. It is the largest cathedral in the UK with the highest and wide Gothic arches. It houses a new visitor center valued at 3 million pounds. There is the Mezzanine Café Bar and shop. China Town, Liverpool hosts the oldest Chinese community across Europe. The first inhabitants of 'Chinatown' were sailors in the seventeenth century to trade tea, silk and cotton. Initially, it seems, these sailors were installed in port areas between the streets Cleveland Square, Pitt Street and Frederick Street. And then the damage to Liverpool with the war many were reinstalled in the down town area. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, is located on Mount St. James and 189 meters in length make it the second longest cathedral in the world. It's the world's fifth largest cathedral. It has 101 and was built in the early and mid-twentieth century with red sandstone.

Night-life

In Liverpool if you get bored it is because you really want. The city has bars where the whole family can have fun, an example is '' Clue Finders Ltd '' and '' Gamescape ''.
If you fancy a late movie or go at the last minute you can go to '' Picturehouse at FACT '' or '' Liverpool Small Cinema ''. You can end the day with a game at the bowling alley in Hollywood Bowl. But if you like to party and enjoy the evening, you are in one of the best cities. For fans of the Beatles '' The Cavern Club '' it is a sure hit, then you can continue the evening with cocktails in '' Berry & Rye '' a pub with clandestine atmosphere. And if you like to laugh and want passar nice quiet night but the recommendation is '' Liverpool Comedy Central ''

Shopping

Liverpool is a major tourist city, with large numbers of visitors. When the truth all dedicate a bit of our holiday shopping, one of the first things we want to know before you go is where the best shops. Liverpool one, is a good place for shopping. It is a shopping mall shops and outdoor restaurants. Metquarter Shopping Centre is another mall located in 35 Whitechapel, prices in stores are somewhat more expensive for the quality they offer.

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Climate

Liverpool has a temperate maritime climate, summers usually cool and mild winters. Its coastal location and urban situation implies moderate daytime temperatures ranges.

Public transportation

Liverpool city center is accessible and can be explored on foot but if you prefer to use public transport the city offers, is composed of buses, trains, taxis and metro.

Buses:
If you're going to go on vacation to visit the city the best way to move is to buy the Saveaway. With it you traveled unlimitedly using trains, buses and ferries. If you want a tour bus route you can hop on the bus Liverpool 3 Day Mini Break Card. The city has two main bus stations Paradise Street and Queens Square.

Trains:
The Merserail is the fastest way to see the city. The network is extensive and tickets can get them for a day or for several. The most convenient station for the people down at the airport is Liverpool South Parkway. About cubs, if you need to move to the airport '' Airlink '' it is a transport company works 24 hours a that day. They're specialize in airport transfers to and from Airports for Individuals, groups and parties and provide a professional service.

Ferry:
There is a ferry service that connects Wirral with Pier Head

Subway:
The metro network operates between the four main railway stations of the city


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