With its own Tate art gallery, numerous museums and a host of nightlife spots ranging from traditional pubs to plush cocktail bars, there is always something to do on a Liverpool city break. The majority of Liverpool's main attractions are based in its centre, making walking tours a popular way to see the best of it, although there are also ample opportunities to enjoy an open-top bus tour for some quicker-paced sightseeing.
Of course, one of the biggest incentives for many visitors to Liverpool is the chance to become immersed in the history of its most famous music group - the Beatles, and fans can learn about the history behind hits such as Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever on a Beatles tour through their old haunts. St. George's Quarter, meanwhile, offers an array of cultural attractions and Victorian architecture, while the Royal Albert Dock hosts a great range of independent shops, eateries and museums. Whether you opt for a Beatles tour, a Liverpool bus tour, or are just passing through before setting off on a cruise from the city's port, the city remains one of the most exciting destinations in the United Kingdom.
Liverpool tours provide the chance to sample one of the city's most famed dishes - Scouse.
This hearty stew is made with potatoes, onion, cabbage and lamb or beef and is best enjoyed with a knob of crusty bread.
Liverpool's Georgian Quarter offers some of the city's best eating and drinking options, including favourites like Frederiks, The Art School Restaurant and Peter Kavanagh's. Be sure to look out for local delicacies such as Knowsley lamb and Southport shrimps while browsing the menu.
As the first Chinatown in Europe, Liverpool's Chinese enclave boasts a variety of authentic restaurants, as well as a colourful Chinese arch standing 13.5 metres tall - the largest outside of China.
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