Article (A) guide: Liverpool City Walk

Liverpool City Walk
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A fantastic city that is Liverpool, famous for many different reasons, famous locations, sights and music. This tour will take in some of those which many people say you should visit. A great way to see this magnificent city. If you enjoy culture, music, history and everyday things, then visit here.

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Guide Name: Liverpool City Walk
Guide Location: England » Liverpool
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (A))
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 3.0 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.0 km
Author: Alex Tull
Author Bio: My name is Alex, I lived on the Wirral for about 17 years, but now live near Edinburgh with my family. Both Edinburgh and Liverpool are fantastic cities.
Royal Liver Building

1) Royal Liver Building

Another very famous attraction that makes up the Liverpool Skyline. A Grade I listed building aswell was opened in 1911. As you will see on the top area is 2 Liver Birds, 1 watches over the sea the other over the city itself. The clocks on the building are officially bigger than Big Ben in London. Many people who use the River Mersey use the clocks for their time keeping. Up until 1965 the Liver Building was the tallest in the city standing at 90m tall. So take a walk around this wonderful...
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Albert Dock

2) Albert Dock

In this magnificent city sits this fabulous attraction, that is made up of bars, restaurants, shops and tours. The great attraction is the cost, there isn't one, this top attraction is free for you to enjoy. It opened in 1846 and is a Grade I listed building. Originally built to house sailing ships but business slowed and the docks closed in 1972, for them to re-open in 1988 after refurbishment. So take a walk around, go on one of the tours you will be delighted with what you find. Beatles...
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Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

3) Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

Sitting in this magnificent city is the largest Cathedral in the United Kingdom. This building was finished in 1978 after being worked on for 74 years. There are many different areas of the Cathedral that you can visit and enjoy. Head 100m up into the tower and have a look at the picturesque and panoramic views of this wonderful city. You will feel how much space, culture and history is inside this Cathedral as soon as you enter. Many different events take place here throughout the year for...
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Chinatown

4) Chinatown

Sitting in Liverpool is a community that has been here since 1870. When you reach chinatown itself you will notice the big 15m arch that is a fantastic sight. When in chinatown, there are many different restaurants to taste this fine cuisine with many shops for you to have a look in a really feel their culture. Even as you walk down the street everything is so cultured you will actually feel as though you are in China. Also every sunday is a fantastic market, with stalls selling different types...
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Liverpool One

5) Liverpool One

A fantastic place to visit, it is very modern chic. A place that has shopping, bars, restaurants and a cinema all in one place. With a variety of different cuisines to choose from you are spoilt for choice food wise. As it is so popular there are many events on each week for you to enjoy. So whether you are looking to shop in one of the 160+ shops, have a bite to eat or just for a walk, then this is a place not to be missed. Many people from all over the country come to visit here and when you...
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Mathew Street

6) Mathew Street

Mathew Street is famous for one main reason The Beatles and the Cavern Club. But not only that, it is a major place for people to go at night for its many bars, one to name, The Grapes. Famous because The Beatles drank here in between their music sets at the Cavern Club. So you can go for a pint and feel the atmosphere and feel like one of the Beatles. Explore the shops here aswell as taking in the atmosphere whether it be the day or night, you will feel so welcome in a place that is world...
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The Cavern Club

7) The Cavern Club

This place is known the world round, for one main reason, The Beatles. It has been open since 1957 and the Beatles had their first gig in 1961. The Cavern is a old air raid shelter used during the war. Alot of very famous musicians have played here over the years, Elton John, Queen, The Rolling Stones to name a few. So head down the stairs into a massive part of Liverpool's History and feel the oldtimes if you remember the beatles era. It does get quite hot down there especially when there...
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St Georges Hall

8) St Georges Hall

In the city of Liverpool sits one of the finest buildings in the world. A Grade I listed building that opened in 1854. This building is a place for gathering whether it be a ceremony or celebration this is the place that thousands have gathered. Inside you will find some extroadinary things. A priceless mosaic floor and a 7,000 pipe organ. There is a heritage centre so people can experience what this place has to offer. Also tours go regularly to get the full feeling of this magnificent...
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