What travelers say
Liverpool, Great Britain's fifth-greatest city, in the North west side of England, is wordly famous for its port, but also for its two football clubs Everton FC & Liverpool FC.
At present, Liverpool has so much to offer that whatever the preference or the budget is, there is always something for anyone out.
Liverpool is not only an exciting centre of both art and culture ... More with its universities, Philarmonic Orchestra, The Biennal Festival of Arts, and more, is also a city in continuous and progressive growth in tourism, offering a wide range of high quality services.
It was in the 19th century that the city started to develop properly.
In the sixties it became an important, undeniable, cultural centre for the youngs: music was changing and the Beatles, produced their ever-green rock sound!
No doubt, one of the most important british commercial hubs, Liverpool lively and exciting, is a nice place where to go to, not only because of its night-life, music, arts and football club, but for the many VIPs who were born and lived here, along the time!
In Liverpool, considered a great melting pot of different cultures and traditions, can certainly be enjoyed the european way of cooking, and following to the always increasing growth of its Chinatown, chinese restaurants are wide diffused, too, though international cuisine is served nearly everywhere.
Italian, French and Greek restaurants along with south american cuisine are there, too, not to forget the typical pubs or pizzerias!
Temperatures in Liverpool vary from 1.5°C up to 20.50 C.
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