Liverpool is a city located in Merseyside in the North West of England. It is a city with rich cultural heritage and famous for its sports, nightlife and music. Since 2004, several part of the city centre received a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and in 2008 it was awarded the title of European Capital of Culture. Most of the European travelers I've met along the road told me that Liverpool is more than just a city. It is one of the few cities that will win your heart and capture your soul because of the many surprises that this city holds.
If I would get a chance to visit Liverpool in the near future, I'd definitely book flights to Liverpool and would definitely go to some cheap hotels in Liverpool city centre to visit the following:
Being a fanatic of the legendary band 'The Beatles', this one is on top of my list. Beatles Story is located within the historic Albert Dock. The museum itself is a series of tunnels with text and photos on the wall about the four young lads from Liverpool (John, Paul, Ringo and George). This museum tells about their journey to worldwide fame and fortune and how they become the greatest band of all time. This place transport every visitor on an atmospheric and exciting tour into the life, times, culture and music of the Beatles.
St. George's Hall
St. George's Hall has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade one listed building. According to some experts, It is one of the best Neo-classical buildings in the world. Walking inside the hall is free so I'll definitely do a walking tour inside the hall to see the majestic interior of it. The hall was constructed in the mid 19th century and being opened in 1854 with a dual purpose; to serve as both a courthouse and a concert hall. The courts in this hall were Liverpool's only criminal court until 1984. The hall is also used for balls, trade shows, concerts and exhibitions venue so access to the main hall maybe restricted when one of these take place.
The Albert Dock was built and completed in 1846 and was built for storage of precious good such as cotton, brandy, silk, tea, ivory, tobacco and sugar. It is a complex of dock warehouses and buildings in Liverpool which comprise the largest single collection of Grade 1 listed buildings anywhere in UK. Today, the Albert Dock offers various stylish shops, eateries and other must see attractions such as The International Slavery Museum, Tate Liverpool, The Bug World Experience and the Merseyside Maritime Museum.