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Liverpool straddles the Mersey River and sits on the western coast of England, not far from the northern tip of Wales and the city of Manchester. It is renowned for its culture, distinct architecture, and its close association with the arts and music scene, famously being the home of The Beatles. The city is still famous for the music it produces and, over the years, artists from the city have produced more Number One hit songs than any other city in the world. This close association to the arts has driven Liverpool’s tourism market, and the city is scattered with art installations, galleries and independent shows/events for you to enjoy.

Despite its relevance as a modern cultural city, Liverpool has historic roots and dates back to 1207, having grown as a major port city throughout the British Industrial Revolution. The most popular destinations to visit around Liverpool are its famous Victorian docks and waterfront, boasting the Liverpool Tate and The Beatles Experience museums, the Royal Liver Building, topped with the Liverpool Liverbird statue, and Liverpool Cathedral, the longest cathedral in the world.

In 2008 it was named the European Capital of Culture but it is, of course, also renowned for its soccer culture and is home to both Liverpool Football Club and their home-town stadium, Anfield, as well as Everton Football Club on the opposite bank of the Mersey River.

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