Liverpool is a vibrant, bustling and energetic city that offers not just a rich cultural heritage, but a wealth of diverse restaurants, world-class football teams (the most successful footballing city in England). The city has undergone something of a rebirth following its 2008 tenure as European Capital of Culture.
Living Like a Local in Liverpool
As the city is home to one of the country’s most renowned universities, accommodation is readily available. Renting a city apartment allows you to experience Liverpool like a local. If you choose to stay near the docks you will be within walking distance of world heritage site Royal Albert Dock, a popular tourist attraction celebrating Liverpool’s industrial past; the Tate Liverpool, considered one of the best modern art galleries alongside its brother in London; and the Maritime Museum, housing several collections documenting Liverpool’s rich maritime history. The docks are only a stone’s throw from the city centre, which can be easily navigated on foot. Recently renovated, the city centre is metropolis of chic bars, buzzing restaurants and fantastic shopping opportunities.More