Welcome to Liverpool

Book direct coach travel to Liverpool - a city famed around the world for music, football, culture and night-life.

Liverpool: attractions

Packed with award-winning city centre attractions, breathtaking coast and countryside and a cultural scene to rival the capital, you won't be short of things to do here.

Birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool makes much of its four world-famous sons. From museums such as The Beatles Story, to the Magical Mystery Tour (a bus trip visiting famous Beatle-related landmarks such as Penny Lane and Strawberry Field), before making a stop at the legendary Cavern Club.

Liverpool Waterfront is another must-see. On top of spectacular views of the city, the area is home to a myriad of iconic cultural attractions, including the famous Liver Building, the Museum of Liverpool, and the Mersey Ferry, which is another great way to get a view of the city.

Liverpool: shopping

LiverpoolONE is the city’s biggest shopping centre, home to more than 160 high street outlets, while the upmarket Metquarter offers a slightly more exclusive shopping experience.

Cavern Walks is the city’s ultra trendy shopping district – home to designer stores such as the WAG’s favourite, Cricket. Nearby Lark Lane is also a hip destination, jammed full of eclectic boutiques and quirky street markets.

Just outside of the centre you’ll find Lord Street, lined with beautiful Victorian arcades, smart shops and boutiques.

Liverpool: where to eat and drink

On a shoestring: The Egg Café. A cosy, bohemian bolt hole, playing good tunes and serving homemade food.

Middle of the road: What’s Cooking? Surf n’ turf (and other tasty treats) found on the Albert Dock. Wear loose fitting waistbands....

Bigger budgets: Fraiche. Modern French cuisine with a twist, served in elegant surroundings.

Liverpool: for free

For kids fun, or a rest for adults, Liverpool has more than 43 playgrounds and play areas across the city. You could even head to Sefton Park, home to the Victorian Sefton Park Palm House, and Calderstones Park, which are both wonderful spots to enjoy a picnic.

Make time to visit to the Sefton coast sand dunes, or take a leisurely stroll along Southport Pier, for a slightly different take on Liverpool and its surrounding areas.