Image by Liverpool-based illustrator Scott Duffey

Introducing Liverpool

For all its renown, Liverpool remains one of Britain’s best-kept secrets: misunderstood, beautiful and friendly. This is the Liverpool Beatles fans flock to – and the rest of the world is starting to follow suit. In this city awash with quirky pubs and exciting restaurants, you’ll never be far from good food, a good drink and a good chat. World-class galleries like the Tate, on the Albert Dock, and the Walker Art Gallery – right by St George’s Hall – will satisfy any culture vulture.

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What to see in Liverpool

Along the storied River Mersey, once the UK’s most important waterway, redevelopment is bringing yet more life to Liverpool. On the city’s Pier Head, three architectural triumphs – the ‘Three Graces’ – anchor the skyline. But cruise ships arriving at the Prince’s Dock will now find far more than the Three Graces. The Museum of Liverpool, the West Tower and the busy shopping district Liverpool One shape the city’s complexion just as much as the grand buildings of old.

Neighborhoods in Liverpool