If you think of Liverpool at first, just like me, you might come across the football club and the ever famous rock band, The Beatles. Liverpool is one of the biggest and the most productive harbors in the country of England and this beautiful town is situated just 3 miles away from the sea. The city is known for its amazing buildings bearing the core of English architecture and its museums are out of the world! I was mesmerized when I went to Liverpool and I would sincerely recommend to explore this city wither by foot or by cycle to get the great English vibe! Let us have a look at some places for which you must visit this city!
- If you are a die-hard fan of the Beatles or are simply curious to know how they worked, the city provides all the memories of it. You can explore the home where the singer wrote the songs or perhaps you can shop at the all famous Beatles Shop.
- The next place I would recommend is the Albert Dock where you can check the first harbor in the country which was only built from bricks and sand. This is the unloading site of cotton and tobacco.
- Tate Gallery which is the next on my list contains some amazing artworks. If you have missed visiting the London Gallery then you can visit this one to get your dose of modern and contemporary art.
- If you are looking for art beyond the English, then you can also visit the Walker Art Museum, which is predominantly known for hosting one of the finest works of the French and the French painters.
I would recommend visiting this place for at least a week or so that you can enjoy exploring every nook and corner of it.