Liverpool is a vibrant, bustling city in Lancashire, which sits in northwest England. Perhaps best known as the hometown of The Beatles, Liverpool's history dates back far before the days of the Fab Four. Liverpool was named a borough in 1207 and during the last 800 years has played a crucial role in British history. Six areas in the historic centre and the maritime mercantile docklands are UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Head to the Albert Dock and explore the cultural heart of the city. Once home to some of the largest ships in the world, it is now a lively area filled with restaurants, bars and cultural landmarks. Discover the city’s amazing museums and galleries, including The Beatles Story exhibition and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. A city of sporting heritage, football fans can enjoy a Liverpool football walking tour or explore one of the amazing football clubs.