When to travel
Liverpool, the city of wealth welcomes visitors any time of the
year. Summers are not so hot while the coldest winter does not stop
travelers from flocking to the city. Indulge in the spectacular
culture, dine on mouth watery cuisine, and meet the warm Liverpudlian.
Travelers arriving from outside the European Union (E.U.) need a
valid passport. E.U. citizens arriving from within the boundaries
of the E.U. only need official identification but a passport is
recommended. In some cases, a visa is necessary, depending on i)
country of origin and ii) nature of visit. Always check with your
local British consular authority in your home country
Entertain Your Self
Liverpudlians take their entertainment seriously. If you are a movie
buffer or concert goer, you have got wide range of choice between
the Empire, Europe’s largest theatre and host to large touring
productions as well as the occasional rock and pop concert, The
Everyman for the best of traditional and contemporary plays or for
something more off the wall there are the Unity and Bluecoat.
For music, buzz in to the Philharmonic Hall, it plays jazz, country,
rock and pop concerts. Other intimate live venues include the Lomax,
the Picket, and the Neptune. Nightclubs include the extremely popular
Cream as well as Heebeejeebees, the Krazy House, Modo & Roccomodo
and the 70s themed Flares.
Dining out is an adventure, with a choice of restaurants that will
take you around the world. Try the most popular area is Chinatown
situated near the Blackie Arts Centre, which is the oldest established
in Europe. There are plenty of pubs, serving reasonably priced food,
and fine ale. All the restaurants offer a friendly welcome a good
old-fashioned ‘Scouse’ hospitality.
Liverpool brings you the shopper’s paradise. With large number
of shops in Liverpool, including jewellers, art galleries, craft
shops, toy shops, antiques shops, gift shops and
Shopping at Liverpool can be can get you high.