City of disparity, Liverpool is a cosmopolitan
and modern city situated in England’s north-west, and home
to a multicultural population. Filled with infirm residence and
stunning Grade 1-listed public buildings, gigantic cathedrals and
boarded-up shops, Liverpool is no doubt a glorious city.
With the Fab Four, two football clubs and a famously
testing steeplechase, the city hopes to re-create itself as a premier
European city. Liverpool has an extensive range of Attractions,
and diversified culture, which has contributed to it recently being
named as the European Capital of Culture for 2008.
Cultural attractions in Liverpool include the Maritime
Museum and Tate Liverpool, and along with the Albert Dock complex,
this makes Liverpool one of the culture capitals of the UK. Nightclubs
and bars in Liverpool are also among the country’s best and
are widespread. Theatres and historical buildings are also a big
part of Liverpool’s success, and this city was home to the
world famous Beatles and is the home of one of Britain’s most
successful football clubs.
Accommodation in Liverpool is plentiful ranging
from the upscale and luxurious, to the lower budget. There are large
numbers of restaurants serving scrumptious cuisine and the city
has something to suit every budget and every taste. The city is
simply wonderful and a great holiday destination to visit any time
of the year.