How To Spend 48 Hours In Liverpool

How To Spend 48 Hours In Liverpool, Liverpool, England (B)

Liverpool is a famous port city that played a big part in the Industrial Revolution. Liverpool acted as the gateway to all the raw materials (and unfortunately slaves) required by the factories of Manchester. The interdependence between the two cities led to the development of the first commercial railway line and the construction of the Manchester Ship Canal, which were both revolutionary at that time.

Today, Liverpool has moved on from its maritime past but still celebrated by the rejuvenated Albert Dock and Pier Head. Liverpool also holds sway as one of the cultural capitals of the world by being the birthplace of The Beatles and Liverpool F.C. After spending four satisfying days in Manchester, we took the Northern Train to Liverpool mainly to tick-off another item in my bucket list – to live and breathe in the same air as “The Fab Four.”

We arrived at Lime Street Station in the afternoon and had a quick Italian lunch at Liverpool ONE. We then strolled to Royal Albert Dock, a complex of docks and warehouses built in 1846 initially to store precious cargoes and goods. After the second World War, the dock went into decline before the city decided to revitalize it into a cultural and lifestyle hub from the mid 1980’s. Today, Royal Albert Dock is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City hosting a number of cafes, museums and events. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: How To Spend 48 Hours In Liverpool
Guide Location: England » Liverpool
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Danial Ariff Bin Ahmad Nordin
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Liverpool ONE
  • Royal Albert Dock
  • Dock Office
  • Merseyside Maritime Museum
  • The Beatles Story
  • Tate Liverpool
  • Pier Head
  • Museum of Liverpool
  • Port of Liverpool
  • Cunard
  • Royal Liver Building
  • Titanic Memorial
  • The Beatles Statue
  • first Superlambanana
  • Lobster Pot
  • Ringo Starr’s childhood home
  • Penny Lane
  • George Harrison’s birthplace
  • Strawberry Field
  • John Lennon’s childhood home
  • McCartney’s place
  • The Cavern Club
  • Hard Day’s Night Hotel
  • Maggie May’s
  • Elif
  • Anfield
  • Liverpool City Centre by BridgeStreet