Liverpool has long been a vast ‘cultural melting pot’ of many nationalities, from Black African to Irish and Chinese, many of which came to Liverpool in its heyday as a major port.Today Liverpool benefits from this with its many restaurants such as Caribbean,Greek etc. Irish pubs, chinese arts and culture workshops,African dance and music sessions, and many events and exhibitions held across the city by different communities.Liverpool, the city has a glorious maritime history, a world famous musical heritage, two of the Premiership’s biggest football teams, two magnificent Cathedrals, a wealth of world heritage sites, the most famous ferry in the world, first class shopping and entertainment and a warm, friendly welcome, what more could you ask for? There is so much to do in and around Liverpool that it makes for a great day away or even better a few days away! See what Liverpool has to offer and a return trip will be always on the agenda.LiverpoolMaritme Mercantile City was inscribed by UNESCO in July 2004 as “The supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global influence.” This puts Liverpool’s status alongside cities such as Bath,Edinburgh,Vienna,Venice and Valpariso. There are six historic areas:- The Pier Head, Albert Dock,Stanley Dock,Castle Street,William Brown Street and Lower Duke Street, all of which include many of the city’s most famous landmarks.
Liverpool’s two majestic cathedrals are part of the instantly recognisable skyline. The Anglican Cathedral is the largest Cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world. The Roman Catholic Cathedral, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is of a much more modern design, which replaced the original plans for the huge cathedral design by Sir Edwin Lutyen that was halted due to World War II and the budget deficits
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