Liverpool is a well known and respected location for a wild night out. Home to the Desperate Scousewives, and some of the liveliest clubbing sites associated with the whole of the UK. Despite its fierce reputation however, this fast growing city has many other attributes to fascinate a wide variety of interests.
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If its culture you’re after, this city is a key destination for art, history and theatre lovers. Tate Liverpool on the Albert Dock would be a perfect venue to enjoy exhibitions of national and international modern art work that is sure to leave you inspired. There are many museums for those who wish to delve into various histories such as The International Slavery Museum, The Beatles Story or even the new Museum of Liverpool which demonstrates exactly why the city deserves a visit.
Avid shoppers will be spoilt for choice in this retail haven of a city where there is a large variety of stores to choose from. Liverpool One can be found in the centre of town and is home to over 160 high street shops. The particularly stylish can take a stroll down Cavern Walks where many a WAG can be found enjoying the selection of designer boutiques selling names such as Vivienne Westwood.
Restaurants range from fine dining eateries and stylish bistros to cafes and international cuisine. Visitors are guaranteed to find something to tantalise their taste buds during the day or night. Panoramic views of the beautiful city can also be enjoyed from a selection of restaurants whilst tucking into your meal.
The legendary nightlife rivals many a city, and if you enjoy a drink, the residents of Liverpool are sure to deliver on this particular service. There are traditional pubs as well as numerous cocktail bars, comedy clubs and nightclubs to choose from. Firmly establishing its famed reputation in the nineties when Cream Nation was brought onto the scene, Liverpool continues to produce some of the most atmospheric and enjoyable nights to be had by any.
The sporting scene is also an appealing factor for the football, golf, rugby, horse racing and possibly most gaming fanatics. Home to two world-famous Premiership clubs, Liverpool and Everton FC, and also host to the annual John Smith’s Grand National, Liverpool boasts a lot of amazing venues and events.
Liverpool is easily accessed by many a transport link and offers an enormous number of differently priced and styled accommodation to make your stay even more enjoyable.
This article was written by Alexandra Jackson, a travel blogger for Skyparksecure specialists in Liverpool Airport Parking - ensuring your return journey from this amazing city at amazing prices.
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