You'll wish you had “eight days a week” when you attempt to pack in the attractions of lively Liverpool... Read more
You could certainly call Liverpool's list of attractions diverse. From a look at the world's biggest band to modern art, maritime monuments and religious buildings - you'll never be bored in this exciting city.
Top five attractions
The Albert Dock
This waterfront World Heritage Site is packed full of shops, restaurants and bars as well as the Tate Liverpool, International Slavery Museum, The Beatles Story and Merseyside Maritime Museum.
The Cavern, Mathew Street
The legendary venues of the Cavern club and pub, made famous by the Beatles, showcase the legacy of the Fab Four, as well as serving up a daily dose of live music.
Ferry across the Mersey
You can't visit the city without taking a trip across its famous river. Book a 50-minute cruise to get the best views of Liverpool's iconic waterfront, while listening to a talk about its history.
The sheer size of the largest cathedral in the UK is astounding, and if you take a trip up the tower, you will be rewarded with spectacular views stretching across the city and over to North Wales.
Antony Gormley's 'Another Place'
If you have a hire car, it's well worth taking a trip out to Crosby Beach to see Gormley's incredible artwork. The 100 cast-iron, life-size figures stretch out across the sands all staring out across the Irish Sea.