The European Capital of Culture 2008, Liverpool, is enormously rich in cultural heritage. Besides that, Liverpool is renowned for being the birthplace of iconic musicians such as The Beatles, Echo and Bunnymen and Frankie Goes to Hollywood. There are numerous avenues worth visiting in Liverpool that would enthrall almost everyone.
The city of Liverpool offers dozens of avenues worth visiting, amusing activities and local delicacies worth trying. The highlight of the city is its architecture and one may get amazed with the beauty of these splendid structures. The places worth visiting in the city include Royal Liver Building, St. George's Hall, Canada Boulevard, Fab4D Cinema, theaters, numerous museums and art galleries.
The Royal Liver Building is a 1911 skyscraper which stands apart from rest of the skyline of this city. The clock tower situated here is much bigger than the one at Westminster, London. St. George's Hall is spectacular structure which was built with Greco-Roman architecture. The classic murals on its outside have been considered among the best that one may find anywhere.
World Museum Liverpool is home to some fine collections that are worth watching. These include British rocketry exhibits and Egyptological collection, which has been considered as best outside London. The Bluecoat is an early 18th century building which has been restored pretty recently. One may enjoy art works, music, literature, dance and a splendid performance space.
A number of other museums worth visiting can be visited in Liverpool. Some of these renowned museums are Merseyside Maritime Museum, International Slavery Museum, Tate Liverpool, The Beatles Story, Victoria Gallery & Museum and Wolstenholme Creative Space.
The Beatles Story is the only museum in the world which is dedicated to the iconic group “The Beatles”. Merseyside Maritime Museum contains exhibit related with maritime history of the city and an interesting place which is ought to be visited. Wolstenholme Creative Space is an interesting art gallery located in the city center. Another splendid place which is worth a visit is the Liverpool Town Hall. This is indeed an architectural marvel, with numerous beautiful columns, emblems etc.
Albert Dock, located along the riverside, is among the most sophisticated places one may find in entire city. This place is dotted by restaurants, hotels, pubs, shops and museums etc. Tourists can enjoy a ride in World War II era landing craft along the docks.
When in Liverpool, do not forget to indulge in some interesting activities. These include enjoying a game of football, Mathew Street Festival, Mersey Ferry Ride; Shiverpool guided tours and theater performances etc. Do enjoy the Caribbean, Arab, Chinese, Italian and Asian delicacies. One may find a lot of restaurants, eateries and pubs around the city which are worth visiting.
Liverpool can be easily covered on foot, hiring a cab or with the efficient public transport system. Purchasing tourist passes is helpful as one could get discount on ticket purchases and entry to tourist destinations.