Liverpool, the Beatles' famous city located in the Northwest of England, is the second most important seaport of the country and a focus of tourism thanks to its history and monuments.
To speak of Liverpool is, for any lover of music, to speak of the Beatles' place of origin, it is to imagine that four young people band enjoying being in the cultural heart of the youth in the 60s and playing in clubs like the legendary The Cavern, an obligatory stop if you want to enjoy a good beer in a place full of history.
But Liverpool has other attractions apart from the routes of pilgrimage for lovers of good music, because this city of nearly half a million inhabitants and more than 800 years of history was the European Capital of Culture in 2008 thanks to its artistic heritage and the entertainment offered.
In its picturesque streets we can visit:
The Town Hall of Liverpool: This emblematic building built in 1795 surprises us for its dome on which we can find the famous statue of Britannia and the Corinthian pillars holding the main facade.
The Royal Liver Building: A majestic building of 90 metres high intended for maritime commercial trade, on the top of its two towers we find the mythical Liver Birds, which according to tradition, the day they take off, the city will disappear, I hope I'm there when it happens!
The Anglican Cathedral: A monumental temple in Neo-Gothic style finished in the early 20th Century. It is one of the highest cathedrals in Europe. If you visit it do not forget that the best time to do it is at sunset when the sunlight gives it a reddish colour due to the red sandstone of the building.
Merseyside Maritime Museum: Liverpool stands out as a city of museums, the most important in England after London. One of the most recommended is the Merseyside Maritime Museum located in the Albert Dock, it contains a large collection on maritime navigation that will delight the most rough sailors.
Anfield Road (Liverpool Football Team Stadium): If you love sports do not forget to visit the famous Stadium of Liverpool, where you can learn about the history of this great team and relive some of the most memorable matches in the history of football.
Obviously many points of interest have been left unsaid, we hope you discover them by yourself being captivated by this port city full of history and culture.