Liverpool, The Beatles, football, and so much more! Liverpool is getting a facelift. Sparkling new buildings are taking shape alongside the spruced-up Albert Docks, home to fashionable bars and boutiques. Get yourself to a gig in this breeding ground for musical talent, or catch a game in one of England’s most football-mad (...)
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Liverpool, The Beatles, football, and so much more!
Liverpool is getting a facelift. Sparkling new buildings are taking shape alongside the spruced-up Albert Docks, home to fashionable bars and boutiques. Get yourself to a gig in this breeding ground for musical talent, or catch a game in one of England’s most football-mad cities.
Liverpool owns the largest port in the world. Take a stroll on the docks and especially the Albert Docks where stand a large number of picturesque buildings, listed historical monuments. This is were the Beatles lovers will appreciate discovering the museum "The Beatles Story".
Liverpool owns two cathedrals among which the Anglican cathedral named "Church of Christ". You will be amazed by this gothic monument, the largest cathedral of the Great-Britain. If you are fond of art, you should discover the National Museums Liverpool which brings together eight museums and represents the widest national collection outside London.
Don’t miss the sublime neo-classic St Georges Hall in the "cultural area"
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Liverpool can be found.
Address: Lawton Street L1 Liverpool
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Address: 11 Lord Nelson St L3 5QB Liverpool
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- "Nice trip" Gaya o. 08/12/2014
The train was on time. There was enough space for our luggage. I just think the space between the seats could be bigger.
- "Helpful" Chak Wing k. 18/09/2014
I got my tickets from the Euston Service Counter. The officer was very helpful and printed a full set of return tickets (10 tickets) for me. He explained how to use them in the trains. Thanks a lot.
- "Wifi didn’t work" Kenneth c. 18/02/2014
Everything is nice except Wifi didn't work
- "Rail experience" Loganathan m. 12/06/2013
Would like to have had seats facing forward - wife gets "travel Sick" if facing the opposite direction. Ticket agent couldn't confirm/assist with request. Otherwise a fairly pleasant experience. Coming from SA,it was a pleasure to use this convenient means of transport. Would definitely recommend this to others !!!!!!!!