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#TRAVEL | Liverpool

Its been a month since I visited Liverpool for the first time, its only right that I share my trip :)
First of its a very friendly place, but I have come to learn that most places apart from London are....sorry London but its true. 
I stayed for 2 nights and 3 days and I would say that it was enough time to explore the main parts of Liverpool and get a vibe for it.

Im happy that I can now sing "ferry across the mersy" and constantly shout..
I've been there!
I've been there!
Its the little things that make it worth it aha

Im a sucker for being near water and also in the city centre and the hotel I stayed which was called the tune hotel was the perfect walk away from the river as well as the city. A 5 min walk to the famous Cavern Club.

Museums are a plenty and I visited them all! My fave being the museum of Liverpool, lots of interactive fun things to do and to learn.


I would recommend taking a part of the day to go on the bus tours of which you can jump on at many areas, the little tit bits of info about Liverpool are what I thrive on. A great way to get to know the city in a short amount of time.



The Albert Docks are a sure place to visit. A beautiful industrial history, some museums near by including the titanic and slave museum and lots of places to eat!

The shopping centre area is masssssive and its literally got every shop you can think off. Also full of buskers every day and during the evening :)




If you are looking for some nightlife there is a mini strip near the cavern club and nearby is also a Wetherspoons which is great for some breaky! 

Whether you are going for the night life, a mini break or just to first hand see a new place I think Liverpool should be on everyone's list.




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