Searching for a dynamic city in UK? Liverpool is exactly what you are looking for. In spite of its rich history as it was a major British port, dealing with both merchandising and slave trade, today it has a reputation of becoming the world capital of pop since The Beatles' legend was born within its walls. Just land in Liverpool airport and settle in a Liverpool hotel to enjoy the busy life of the city! There is a versatile selection of hotels in Liverpool: from one star to five star hotels.
Liverpool conceals numerous architectural treasures, from medieval period to the most recent one. Speke Hall and Croxteth Hall are brilliant examples of the Tudor and Elizabethan style, while the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth or Woolton Hall are interesting remains of the Stuart architecture. Our Lady and St Nicolas or the Town Hall are illustrative of the Georgian period and if you prefer the Victorian one, Albert Dock and the area around William Brown Street will please you. Concerning churches, the Princes Road Synagogue is to see, as the Liverpool Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, the two latter being part of the Unesco World Heritage. About the World Heritage sites, do not miss St George's Hall, one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world or the Pier Head, also called the Three Graces, which actually consists of the three gorgeous buildings the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard and the Port of Liverpool.
If you are interested in Art, there are plenty of marvels to see in the Liverpool Walker Art Gallery, the Tate Liverpool, the Liverpool Bluecoat or the Lady Lever Art Gallery. Have a walk to Albert Dock, which houses the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and World Museum Liverpool.
Besides these touristy monuments, another Liverpool is hidden, less celebrated but not less charming, with the Liverpool Sefton Park, in which the glorious Victorian glasshouse Palm House stands, or Calderstones Park. Get into the very core of the city by visiting the Williamson Tunnels, a labyrinth of underground caverns and corridors. The purpose of this building is still a mystery. Then, return to the fresh air and have a walk in the Lark Lane, a busy bohemian style street full of bars and restaurants.
More attracted by performances? Everyman and Playhouse Theatre and the Empire Theatre will offer you entertaining plays and shows. You maybe were in search of sportive performances, so enjoy a football match of the famous Liverpool and Everton teams, or enjoy the England's golf coast with the Royal Birkdale and Royal Liverpool Golf Clubs. You may also try out the other sport or make your way to the Grand National racing course.
If you feel like shopping, Liverpool will make feel like in heaven. The greatest mall is without any doubt Liverpool ONE, where you can find everything you are looking for. Another great mall to shop is the Metquarter or go window-shopping in the Cavern Walks.
Liverpool's fame grew up with its musical legends, The Beatles' one surpassing any other, and now Liverpool welcomes many music festivals or concerts in the brand new Echo Arena. If you do not like pop music, just turn to the Philharmonic Hall. To enjoy Liverpool's night-life, do not miss places like the Cavern Club or have a cocktail and admire the view from the Panoramic. And if after all this it is still not enough, just take a ferry to Dublin! So, book one of the hotels Liverpool and spend the perfect trip in Liverpool.