Guide to Liverpool
Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture 2008 boasts the most listed buildings, museums, theatres and galleries outside of London and has a wealth of high class bars and restaurants, both centrally and on the Albert Docks. The Albert Docks offer a range of high class bars, restaurants and views over the Mersey, whilst being walking distance to Liverpool One and the city’s main nightlife. While on your Liverpool team building event day you should not miss the Cavern (where the Beatles played). Take a look through our Liverpool team building ideas, we have a range of group activities that are designed to help teams bond and build work relationships with their colleagues.
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Once you’re in Liverpool like many cities you can walk to most places from the major train station Liverpool Lime Street. However, if you’re heading over to the Albert Docks or are laden up with luggage, then you’re best hailing one of the cities many black cabs. Finally don’t forget about the famous ‘Ferry across the Mersey’ which starts from the pier head, at the docks.
Here are a few tips that might help you during your party or group event in Liverpool.
- Entry to the museum and all of the events and exhibitions is free.
- Mersey Ferries terminal is right next to the museum at the Pier Head.
- Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Cathedral in Britain. It is completely free to enter.
- The River Festival starts 7th of June until 9th June.
- One of the great ways to see the city of Liverpool is to take the Liverpool City Sightseeing Tour bus. With 12 stops on its route and the ability to hop on and off with the same ticket, it’s a great way to get around the city’s main tourist sites.
- Liverpool has two Premiership football teams, Liverpool and Everton. Their stadiums are situated at either end of Stanley Park. So be aware that in the football season Liverpool maybe very crowded.