How To Spend 1 Day In Liverpool, Uk
He, who has been to Liverpool, knows that there is no other place like it - Liverpool is famous for its Middle Age’s architecture, clean and narrow streets, countless pubs, one of the best football clubs and the first and perhaps most famous rock band of all time – “The Beatles”.
There is plenty of things to keep you busy for several days, but if you only have one day you better make the most of it.
Here is a quick guide to where to go and what to do when you have one day to spend in Liverpool…
One of the most important ship factories in the past has gathered the most racy attractions of the city.
The area has wonderful and interesting museums such as Tate Modern Art gallery and Merseyside Maritime Museum that will surely leave a lasting impression on any visitor.
Just a few minutes from the avenue you will find famous Royal Liver Buildings with a legendary Liver bird, which is a main symbol of the city.
Don’t forget to visit Albert Dock’s pubs - O’Neils is a great pub that we would recommend, but there are plenty of other options as well.
The Beatles Tour
The best way to get to visit all the places in a short time is to join a sightseeing tour around the most famous Beatles spots in the city.
On the tour you will visit Cavern district with The Cavern Club and the most popular pub in the city: The Grapes, famous for having hosted The Beatles for their first gig.
Walking the streets you will find that many of them were the inspiration for The Beatles songs, such as Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields.
The tour will take you to the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, which are now properties of a national trust, and will give you a glimpse into Lennon and McCartney’s humble beginnings.
But while they’ve had a huge impact on the city, they are not the only ones who made their footprint in Liverpool.
There are numerous places dedicated to Queen and Freddy Mercury, including a 15ft tall statue in the city center.
The Anfield Stadium
Liverpool FC is a 5 times champion of the UEFA Champion League and 18 times winners of the Championship of England.
Even if you have only a day in this fabulous city and there is no game, you can always visit the glorifying Liverpool stadium – Anfield.
Visiting Anfield will give you a wonderful opportunity to see the stadium from the inside and come to the holy of holies – Liverpool’s changing rooms.
This is more than enough to keep you busy for a day, and if you ever choose to come back there is much more to explore!