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Liverpool is a city that has everything to offer for visitors. Whether it is a night out - a great meal or friendly drink, a trip to the shops, museums, theatres, sport or the great outdoors, there really is something for everyone and, probably, one trip will not be enough to see and do it all. The city itself is easy to get around with beautiful buildings, friendly locals and quirky surprises aplenty.



When you’re ready to let your hair down, you won’t be stuck for choice of venues in Liverpool. With a huge range of pubs, bars and clubs from expensive urban chic right through to traditional ale houses you will never be short of places to satisfy your thirst or musical taste.

Liverpool has much to offer from one-off celebrations and events to world-class entertainment at the many music venues and theatres. All of this can be enjoyed in a safe and well-managed city with a night-time economy that enjoys Purple Flag status.

No matter which way you turn out of The Chavasse Apartments, you will soon find somewhere with a friendly atmosphere where you can start a big night out or just sit and watch the world go by.

Food & Drink

If you enjoy a good meal, Liverpool is sure to have something to satisfy your appetite from haute cuisine to the latest street food offering. Liverpool is a truly international and innovative foodies delight no matter if you are in a rush or want to linger a bit longer over a special meal with a special person.

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In Liverpool we love to shop and this is reflected in one of the best retail offers in the whole of the UK. High-end designers to up-and-coming independents, Liverpool has it all with styles and prices to suit all tastes and all budgets. The ground-breaking Liverpool One only a few minutes walk from your hotel, the starting point is easy where you end up (and how much you spend) is up to you!


Where to begin? Liverpool has more museums and galleries than any other UK city outside of the capital. The city region also boasts fifteen theatres and halls, ranging from the modern Liverpool Echo Arena to the Art Deco style Philharmonic Hall.

The Liverpool Empire Theatre is the second largest theatre in the country and showcases the best in local, national and international talent, often hosting shows direct from London’s West End. The Everyman and Playhouse theatres provide an eclectic mix to the cities performing arts offer.

Theatre, cinema, art galleries, museums, historical buildings, parks and gardens. The only problem, where to start and what to do? By the way, we haven’t even mentioned the greatest pop group in the world yet!



Liverpool boasts two historic football clubs. Everton FC and Liverpool FC are separated by just one mile and are two of the Premiership’s finest teams. To be in the city on a European football night is truly something special! The region is also home to England’s Golf Coast, the finest stretch of championship golf in the world, with no fewer than three Royal Links courses which have hosted endless Open Championships and Ryder Cups. Horse-racing is huge in the city; Aintree and Haydock racecourses offer top-quality racing including the world-famous Grand National Festival at Aintree each spring. Liverpool Echo Arena hosts large-scale sporting events such as boxing and gymnastics.


A great piece of advice when walking around Liverpool: look up. Liverpool’s skyline fuses striking modern architecture with classically beautiful Victorian buildings. English Heritage named Liverpool the country’s finest Victorian city, but that doesn’t stop the new kids in town stealing the spotlight; in 2014, the recently renovated Everyman Theatre bagged the RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture.

When your neck is tired from looking up, take the short walk to the world-famous waterfront where you can look across the river and then turn around to see the jewel in the cities crown which are the Three Graces. Keep your eyes open for the many architectural surprises that are all around the city and don’t hesitate to ascend to the top of the Anglican Cathedral or St John’s Beacon for even more spectacular views of this wonderful city.

One of the greenest citys in the UK Liverpool has an abundance of outdoor spaces, parks, beaches and stunning coastline to explore. They are easy to access by bus and train and there is so much to discover. Host to a huge range of annual summer events, some are also home to unique art collections and all of them are a great places to appreciate the outdoors.

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