LIVERPOOL

LOCATION

CULTURE

Whether you want world-class shopping, football, entertainment, leisure or the arts, Liverpool truly has it all.

A diverse and vibrant city, Liverpool is perhaps most famous for being the home of The Beatles – and it’s still a great place for live music. Liverpool attracts 54 million visitors annually, contributing 3.8 billion to the city economy. With a world-class cultural offering, Liverpool was crowned European City of Culture in 2003. The city boasts more museums and galleries than anywhere outside London. The Albert Dock is home to the largest collection of Grade I Listed buildings in the UK, with restaurants, bars, art galleries and museums to suit all tastes. Meanwhile, the city centre has benefited from around £5bn of investment over the past decade, which has resulted in a massive programme of development and regeneration to revitalise the area.

 

LIFESTYLE

Live, Work and Play in this thoroughly modern metropolis.

One of the UK’s largest cities, Liverpool offers an incredibly diverse range of entertainment and leisure attractions.  Liverpool Football Club is a premier league club with a global reputation, and the Anfield ground is one of the city’s many popular landmarks.  When it comes to shopping, you won’t be disappointed.  The Lonely Planet guide names Bold Street as one of the best shopping centres in the country, home to leading retail brands and designer shops.  There are also boutique arcades, bohemian streets and an array of farmers markets to discover.