Popular Accommodations in Liverpool
Highlights in Liverpool
- Merseyside Maritime Museum
- The Beatles Story adventure museum
- Liverpool FC Stadium at Anfield Road
- Numerous festivals
Most popular in Liverpool
Vacation rentals in Liverpool
Hardly any other city exudes the typical flair of Central England as much as Liverpool. You'll find what you're looking for when you look for a vacation rental or apartment throughout the city, where you can move quickly from A to B thanks to an excellent public transport system. The lively districts around the universities are particularly attractive, especially as you can immerse yourself directly in the colourful nightlife. Alternatively, there is an apartment or vacation rental overlooking the hustle and bustle of the River Mersey.
Holidays in Liverpool
Travelers and Activities
Liverpool is not least known as the home of the Beatles and numerous other bands and is accordingly legendary among music and culture lovers. Immerse yourself in Liverpool's unique cultural world and visit the Walker Art Gallery, The Beatles Story and Tate Liverpool Gallery. Those who like it a little more classical can visit the Liverpool Cathedral, the World Museum or the Museum of Liverpool. Football fans, on the other hand, can't help but visit the legendary Liverpool FC stadium on Anfield Road as part of a guided tour.
Things to know
Liverpool has a lot to offer in terms of event technology. It starts in spring with the "Southport Spring Garden Festival" in May, the "Southport International Jazz Festival" and the "Mersey River Festival" in June, which is the biggest maritime festival of its kind in Europe. An absolute highlight, however, is the "International Beatles Week Festival", which attracts more than half a million visitors to the city every August. The programme is rounded off by the "Creamfields Dance Festival" in August and the "Southport Airshow" in September.
Liverpool is the only city in England to have at least one Premier League club since the English Premiere League was founded in 1888.
Top 3 travel tips
If you want to experience a football feeling in its purest form, take the opportunity to watch a Premier League match of Liverpool FC. Goose bumps are not only guaranteed at gates, but even before the kick-off when "You'll never walk alone" echoes from tens of thousands of throats.2. Visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum
Immerse yourself in the shipping history of Liverpool and learn interesting details about the economic importance of shipping and the departure into the "New World" as part of an exploration tour.3. Take a round trip with the Mersey ferries
The Mersey ferries are a normal means of transport for many Liverpoolers. For tourists, however, a 20-minute round trip is an excellent opportunity to see the most famous sights of Liverpool on the Merseyside from the water.