Liverpool International Airport:
A visa would be required and depending on your nationality this could vary from being a simple, easy task to a total nightmare. But nonetheless, the British are accommodating if intend to be tourist looking to explore the landscape!
A number of accommodations are available to tourists and it all depends on your budget. We recommend the , which is quite reasonable at £47.
As a city with global appeal, it’s no wonder that people looking for shopping are generally spoilt by choice with the variety and quality of the goods on display. Having won the Liverpool City Region Annual Tourism Awards 2012 as the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year, the Liverpool ONE is a melting pot for high street brands and International luxury products. Open almost around the year, it is the spot of choice for the wealthy of Liverpool, owing to its chic choices and array of dining options.
If you’re looking for tags such as MAC, Hugo Boss, Jo Malone, A|X Armani Exchange and Diesel, then turn your attention to the Metquarter, which is not only present in the centre of the city but also has easy access due its enviable location.
Being the home of Liverpool Football Club, the stadium has a sporting history that few other places in England can match. The Reds, as LFC, are affectionately known as; they are one of the most successful clubs in the Barclays Premier League, having picked up 18 top flight titles during their illustrious reign. Anfield is the spiritual home of British football and with such a reputation, its charm and allure is a major hotspot with tourists aiming to get a baptism in the game. Visits are highly recommended during big games such as the Merseyside derby or a traditionally feisty clash with Manchester United that usually plays a big role in determining the destination of the trophy.
Goodison Park is Everton’s stronghold and while it doesn’t boast a galaxy of stars like the one across town, it’s old English charm is compelling in its own way.
Tourist families can plan a day-trip to watch a game, dine at one of the cafes present inside the Stadium as well as take a tour of the museum, which is sure to please both young and old.
Several gastronomic cuisines await one’s palate if you venture to Liverpool, but an outstanding choice is award-winning Chef Jamie Oliver’s Italian restaurant. With an artistic touch on Italy’s provocatively delicious cuisine, there is something for everyone on the menu and in children in particular are sure to be delighted with their meals.
The Lemon Tree Bistro:
But for those who prefer Mediterranean, the Lemon Tree Bistro on 22 Bridge Road is a must visit destination and can leave you smiling not only with their food but their modestly priced carte du jour.