Escape to Liverpool

With the end of winter and the arrival of spring, we all want to escape from the routine, and the best way to do it is to plan a trip. Here’s a perfect alternative: Liverpool , in the north-west of England. A city with an industrial past that has undergone a great transformation in recent times. In fact, it is drawn as a great alternative if what you want is to do cultural tourism.

In addition to being the city where the Beatles came from, which is evident in every corner of the city, Liverpool has a lot to do with it. We tell you the most interesting places in this English city.

Albert Dock Docks

Discover Liverpool. That is our goal and, to achieve it, it is convenient to know which are the places that you cannot miss if you decide to travel to this city, located in the county of Merseyside.

To get started, head to the docks of Albert Dock , a former port area from the late 19th century. The architecture of its buildings is very peculiar, although they soon fell into disuse and in the 20th century were relegated to oblivion. Luckily, a modernization plan has recently been carried out and today Albert Dock is one of the most attractive and touristic areas of the city, where you will find the best shops and restaurants.

And if you like architecture, you can visit Liverpool’s two modern cathedrals: the huge Anglican cathedral , built between 1901 and 1978, and the Metropolitan Cathedral , with a peculiar pyramidal shape accessed by a large staircase.

The birthplace of the Beatles

We have already said that the Beatles are tied to the very essence of the city, and when you are there, you will not be able to miss the Cavern Pub , where they were supposed to be discovered. It is a small and very touristy place, so you will surely find quite a few fans of the group. If you are one of them, don’t miss the Beatles Store Museum , in the Albert Dock area.