Named European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool has something exciting to offer to anyone: from a passion for football and music (it holds a Guinness World Record as the World Capital of Pop), to stunning architecture and an important maritime heritage. What's more, the people of Liverpool feel a burning love for their city, and they'll be excited to share it with you.

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The Beatles Story
Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool

A multilingual audio tour guides visitors through The Beatles Story, a successful permanent exhibition located at Albert Dock. Here you can join them from their early days in Hamburg to their worldwide fame.

Mendips - John Lennon Home
251 Menlove Avenue, Liverpool

Take the chance to see where several Beatles songs were composed and rehearsed: go on a tour through John Lennon's childhood home, where he lived with his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George. It is necessary to arrive at the house with your ticket already bought on the website below.

60 Hope Street
60 Hope Street, Liverpool

Four times ‘Best Merseyside Restaurant of the Year’, Restaurant 60 Hope Street is especially renowned for its seafood dishes and its ‘Deep Fried Jam Sandwich with Carnation Milk Ice Cream.’ It is necessary to book in advance.

The London Carriage Works
40 Hope Street, Liverpool

A great addition to the restaurant scene in Liverpool and owned by a local chef. Carriage Works provides you with the city’s best dining experience, classic cuisine with a creative twist to a very high standard. It is necessary to book in advance.

Albert Dock
The Colonades, Albert Dock, Liverpool

Originally built in 1846 as the first enclosed non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world, today Albert Dock features several museums, gigs, galleries, Beatles sights, restaurants and shops.

Liverpool ONE
5 Wall Street, Liverpool

Liverpool ONE offers a huge 1.65 million square feet shopping and leisure experience, with 160 shops, more than 20 bars and restaurants, 14 screen cinemas and a 5 acre park. Here you will find high street stores, labels like Karen Miller, Ted Baker, Lewis and Jigsaw, ultra-hip independent boutiques and stores like Build A Bear and Disney.

Passport / Visa

Citizens of the European Union member-states, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland, and Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) only require a valid passport to enter the UK. Residents of a further 10 countries do not require entry visas for stays under 6 months: the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, South Africa, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Nationals of some further countries do not require a visa, but need to hold an entry certificate. Use the UK Government website to check for specific requirements:

Best Time to Visit

The peak season for visiting Liverpool is late spring and summer, which is when you'll be able to take advantage of the warmest weather (up to 20°C). Earlier in spring or the first weeks of autumn are good alternatives if you want to find fewer crowds, but still decent weather. Being a seaside city, Liverpool has a maritime climate, which means summers are warm and winters are not extremely cold; however, the weather can be unpredictable - make sure you take a look at the forecast before packing.

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