Liverpool has undoubtedly one of the biggest phenomenon’s to come out of the world, The Beatles. This British Rock Band of the 60s revolutionised the music industry and took the world by storm. Go check out The Beatles Museum at the famous Royal Albert Docks or visit the world famous Abbey Road Studies to learn all about their success.

You cannot mention Liverpool without thoughts turning to the beautiful game, and the hallowed grounds that is Anfield Football Stadium home to the famous Reds that is Liverpool FC. Any football fan would be delighted to have a tour of the stadium, taking in the epic views of the pitch and stadium as well as the vast trophy cabinet which the team holds.

Why not check out the best views of the city’s waterfront from a guided tour from Mersey Ferry. This 50 minute water cruise will allow you to relax and take in all the stunning views of the city has to offer.

In a city that is famed for its culture, why not experience some in the Tate Liverpool. The museum holds a national collection of British art by artists chosen for their contribution to its history and development, rather than their nationality alone. A must see for any art lover.

Sefton Park is one of the most popular parks in the city. The magnificent 200-acre park is a lush green landscape to visit to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Not only will you find acres of open green space, there is the famous glass Palm House, a boating lake, a café and an abundance of flowers to admire.

Travelling to Liverpool by Ferry

The closest ferry port to Liverpool is Liverpool Ferry Terminal making it the ideal place for ferry travel.

There are actually seven separate UK to ferry ports that will get you within a 5 hour drive of Liverpool. Where ever you live in the world, driving to Liverpool should be easy with ferries arriving into England from France, Holland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.