Liverpool is a city in Merseyside and is the third-most populated city in the country. Known as the World Capital City of Pop, Liverpool has been the home or birthplace of a number of musical sensations including Bill Fury, Gerry and the Pacemakers and most notably The Beatles. The town has a number of major landmarks including Cunard Building, the Royal Liver Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. St. George’s Hall is a major site in the city as well as Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, the International Slavery Museum and Merseyside Maritime Museum. Walker Art Gallery and World Museum Liverpool are also a major part of the city while Liverpool FC and Everton FC are two top football teams that are based in the city. A city that is packed with culture, attractions, entertainment, history, and modern facilities, Liverpool has become a vibrant, exciting and charming place with unique character.
This city is one of the economic powerhouses within the UK with every kind of profession, from lawyers and designers to logistical companies and software developers, based in and around the city. A number of major companies like Barclays, JPMorgan, Royal Bank of Scotland and Bank of Ireland have their offices in the city while many government administrative offices, including the Identity & Passport Service, Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs, and the Criminal Records Bureau are located in Liverpool. PlayStation has a research lab in Liverpool while Bizarre Creations and Evolution Studios also have a presence here.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find a buzzing nightlife and entertainment scene here with many theatres including the Empire, Everyman, Playhouse and Royal Court, amongst others. The Philharmonic Hall is the ideal place for lovers of classical music while Laughterhouse and Rawhide offer something to those looking for an evening of laughter. Liverpool has hundreds of restaurants that reflect the city’s multi-ethnic nature with a variety of cuisines available. The Lemon Tree Bistro is a popular place for those seeking Mediterranean food while Spire offers a diverse array of European cuisine. There are many modern eateries such as The Attic Bar as well as exotic dining options like Shiraz, with its Middle-eastern cuisine.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is a major air travel hub offering national and international connectivity while the M62, M1 and M6 motorways connect the city to Manchester, Birmingham, Preston and even London. The Port of Liverpool is one of the largest in the country while Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station provides access to all major cities in the country, along the West Coast Main Line. The three internal railway networks are amongst the busiest in the country with The Northern Line, the Wirral Line and the City Line providing connectivity throughout Liverpool. You can also benefit from convenient transportation via the readily available taxis, coaches and buses as well as via car.