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About Liverpool
Liverpool is a city in Merseyside, England in the United Kingdom. It is located on the west coast and is a major port city.

The Merseyside Maritime Museum reflects the city's shipping history.

For Beatles fans, visit Mendips, the home where John Lennon lived during his youth from 1945 to 1963 or the childhood home of Paul McCartney, maintained by The National Trust and restored to its 1950s appearance for public viewing and tours.

The Beatles Story reveals the singers' early lives in Liverpool and their rise to stardom. Located in the Britannia vaults of an Albert Dock warehouse, it features an audio tour narrated mostly by John Lennon's sister Julia.

Visit Liverpool Cathedral, where the view from the tower is outstanding on a clear day. The cathedral sits on a high point in an attractive residential and park setting.

For art lovers, the Walker Gallery exhibits everything from Rembrandt, Rubens, Cezanne and Matisse to Monet, Rodin, Constable and Turner.

Football is one of the city's greatest passions. Liverpool Football Club opens its Anfield Stadium to visitors during the day when no games are scheduled.

St George's Hall on Lime Street is built in neo-classical style and contains concert halls and law courts.

Albert Dock is a scenic renovated area of Liverpool, home to the famous Tate Gallery.

Sefton Park is a public park featuring a three tier dome conservatory, a Grade II listed fountain, an artificial cave featuring a waterfall, a cafe and a pirate themed children's play area.

Formby Point is a beautiful and vast stretch of sandy beach north of the city, with lovely forested walks through a red squirrel reserve.

Liverpool 1 is a shopping, residential and leisure complex with over 200 shops and designer boutiques. Popular souvenirs include Beatles items (post cards, photos, magnets, mugs etc).

There are plenty of options for lunch, from fresh fish and international cuisine, to typical 'pub' lunches.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at Liverpool Cruise Terminal, 0.5km from the City Centre.

Facilities here include tourist information, welcome centre and toilets. Currency exchange, shops, cafes and ATM's all within 5 minutes walk away. Telephones and taxis available outside terminal exit.

It is a 5 minute walk to James Street or Moorfields train stations which link to Lime Street station.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Liverpool

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