Admiring Liverpool Residential and Commercial Buildings, and the Roofs on Them!

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Recommended Places to Stay:

Royal Liver Building Hotel, Liverpool

This hotel is located on the Albert Dock waterfront and features a restaurant that has spectacular views of The Mersey River as well as rooms with luxury amenities in addition to an indoor swimming pool!


Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Liverpool

Guests will find this one conveniently situated just off Aigburth Road close by local attractions including Sefton Park which bares many things such as boating lake, athletics stadium, golf course and bowling greens among other activities for guests while still being only minutes away from shops and restaurants downtown.


The Horseshoe House Bed & Breakfast, Liverpool

Located in a quiet area of Liverpool, this B&B has rooms with en-suite bathrooms and free parking.

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The Cottage Loaf Bakery & Tea Rooms

This bakery offers delicious take out lunches as well as freshly baked breads on site while also providing guests with teas and coffees!


Bar Soba Estevez Feria do Churrasco Steakhouse

For those looking for the best steak experience during their stay in Liverpool then look no further than Bar Soba which is located right by downtown (making it easy to find) and can seat large groups comfortably. All orders are served at your table so you’ll never have to get up to get your own!


The Woodlands Indian Restaurant

Located in Liverpool’s downtown area, this restaurant has a variety of dishes from traditional curry and tandoori starters to delicious biryani dinners.

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Liverpool Museum

This museum is an ideal family outing because it has something for everyone from children’s areas where they can create art and design models of animals or play dress up while also having exhibits about our world today such as difficult environmental issues. There are various exhibits about dinosaurs and other land animals, too.


Pier Head

This is one of the best places to take in all of Liverpool’s sights such as the Royal Liver Building or try out a popular activity for visitors like taking a photo with their favorite soccer player on the “Anfield Road Sign”. You’ll also find lots of restaurants, shops and hotels nearby so you can make reservations ahead of time!


Albert Dock

Explore this area by foot while exploring some lighthouses that are open to visit or have your family play at areas where they can enjoy skateboarding, biking and more. There are plenty of food options here from cafes to fast food joints which means there will be something for everyone in your group no matter what they are craving!


Liverpool One

This shopping center is the largest in Europe and has everything from high end stores like Burberry here to family friendly restaurants for a meal out.


The Cavern Club

The Beatles played their first gig at this club where you can still have dinner, see live music on stage or explore by yourself which includes meeting some of our lovable Liverpudlians who will show you around the city’s famous landmarks. You’ll also be able to take pictures with memorabilia from Liverpool FC players past and present while touring inside this iconic building that was constructed in 1872.


Alfred Dock

Take your time as you stroll through one of Liverpool’s newest parks including seeing lots of lovable farm animals up close and personal.


Speke Hall

Liverpool’s oldest hall is a must see with its beautiful gardens, hunting lodge and family friendly attractions to keep the kids amused all day long.


The Royal Liver Building

This iconic building has been around for nearly 150 years in one form or another so it really needs no introduction but just know that if you visit here you’ll learn about how this city was built on trade because even back then we were always looking outwards not only over our own walls but across oceans. There are also some great food stands at the base of The Liver where you can grab traditional British dishes like fish & chips which have become famous worldwide ever since they were first invented right here!


Liverpool Cathedral

One of Liverpool’s most famous landmarks, this beautiful Gothic building can be found on St James Street where you will also find shops galore as well as lots of coffee houses for when those shopping binges leave your feet feeling like they’re going to fall off! You will enjoy excellent views of the city buildings, parks and other attractions from the main roof of this cathedral.


Wavertree Botanic Garden

Situated next door to Calderstones Park (one of the largest public parks in Britain) Wavertree Botanic Garden is a great place to go if you’re looking for peace and quiet. You can enjoy the tranquillity by either pottering about overgrown paths or checking out one of their many exhibitions on offer.


Liverpool Town Hall

Another iconic building, one that towers over all othersk within this aread,k it takesd about sixk minutes by lift or two hours walking up steep stairs inside from bottom level to top!