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Liverpool

Two cathedrals, three Graces and four Beatles, Liverpool has always been a key player on the world stage. In 2008 the city was awarded the accolade European Capital of Culture and two years on this north-west gem continues to enchant and entertain with more museums and galleries than any other UK city outside of London, more Georgian buildings than Bath and a waterfront that was granted World Heritage status in 2004.
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Top 10 beaches in Britain

Britain’s beaches offer something for everyone, whether it’s the traditional bucket-and-spade seaside experience or somewhere to walk and admire the scenery.

Discover Liverpool

From maritime origins to cultural capital, Liverpool is making its modern-day mark with an innovative variety of world-class museums, galleries

Liverpool Beatles Story

Places to visit in Liverpool

Liverpool has a glorious maritime history, world-beating musical heritage, two of the Premiership’s biggest football teams and much more besides. Here is our pick of the city’s sights and attractions.

Liverpool Waterfront

Liverpool: an insider’s guide

Two cathedrals, three Graces and four Beatles, Liverpool has always been a key player on the world stage – and this Northwest gem continues to enchant and entertain

A stunning new addition to Liverpool’s waterfront

The Museum of Liverpool, the first of its kind for more than a century, will open its doors on Tuesday 19 July 2011.

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