Liverpool is a city in Merseyside, in North West England. It is one of England’s core cities and is fifth most in population. The population here is 816,000 including the urban area.
The transport is flexible as there is an airport in Liverpool situated near Speke in the south of the city. It was renamed in 2001 to Liverpool John Lennon Airport in honor of late Beatle John Lennon. There are railway facilities also such as the Merseyrail which is an urban rail network. Buses are also available as there are long distance coach services which arrive and depart from the Norton Street Coach Station. Local buses serve the whole of the city and its surrounding areas. Taxis are available everywhere in Liverpool and the Airport Transfers keep the taxi drivers busy.
Liverpool is very famous for its musical achievements and this is the reason the nightlife here is amazing, different and vibrant. There are live music venues, clubs, restaurants, cafes and there are varieties of drinking bars. There are superb traditional public houses and the latest designer chic cafes. There are even cabaret venues which all together make Liverpool’s nightlife one of the liveliest in the UK. One of the vibrant nightlife centres is Concert Square.
Liverpool has a renowned reputation in Performing Arts. There are even theatres like the Playhouse, Everyman, Empire and Royal Court. In the world of theatre, film and television the world-famous names in the world like the writers, doctors, actor and actresses have all performed as hosts in Liverpool. The latest art attraction and venue here is FACT which is a centre for Film, Art and Creative Technology. FACT is located in the centre of one of the cities where nightlife is growing.
The waterfront Albert Dock is Liverpool’s number one visitor attraction, which shows the best of Liverpool in a stunning World Heritage waterfront setting. The Dock includes the largest group of Grade 1 listed building in the UK. There are even award wining visitor’s attractions such as Tata Liverpool, Liverpool Duck Tours, The Beatles Story and The Merseyside Maritime Museum. Taxi to Manchester will cost you around £45.
The Dock also offers a variety of stylish bars and restaurants which include Baby Cream, The Pan American Club and many more.These places and events make the visitors visit Liverpool again and again.