Liverpool, famously known as the home to the Liverpool Football Club, is a popular tourist destination for its football and its award-winning music industry. The inhabitants are referred to as Liverpudlians but are also colloquially known as "Scousers" ("scouse" is a form of stew). Liverpool experiences a temperate maritime climate due to its location along the Liverpool Bay of the Irish Sea. When you are done travelling around Liverpool, head 12 kilometres southeast from the city centre to Liverpool John Lennon Airport which is named after Liverpudlian musician John Lennon of The Beatles. Various modes of transport including trains and buses all go to the airport, making the trip to the airport fuss-free.
Where to go from Liverpool
Domestic travel around England can be done via domestic flights, intercity buses or trains. Fly to London, the capital city of England and also the United Kingdom where you can stroll along the world-famous River Thames as the London Eye, Palace of Westminster and the Big Ben Clock Tower stand gloriously alongside. Pose in one of the iconic red phone booths in London to feel transported back in time.
Visit Bristol, the largest centre of culture, employment and education in the region. Take a boat along the river running under Bristol Bridge, explore the Bristol Cathedral and watch a live music performance at the 2,000-seat Colston Hall. Had enough of the city? Fly to Shanklin, an island off the southern coast of England. Its sandy beach, Old Village and a wooded ravine, Shanklin Chine, are its main attractions --- sip on wine while having fresh seafood served to you in your resort and watch your worries drain into the ocean.
Fly to Dublin, one of the more popular destinations from Liverpool. Founded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city and is a historical and contemporary centre for education, the arts, administration, economy and industry. Walk on the cobbled pavement of Henrietta Street, go back in time with Dublin Castle and visit the Molly Malone statue on Grafton Street.
Try flying to Montreal across the North Atlantic Ocean, where the city’s distinctive French influences will have you thinking that you’re in France! Also a UNESCO City of Design, the wonderful architecture of Saint Jacques Street, Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica and Bonsecours Market will keep your fingers busy with the camera.
Otherwise, fly to Paris on one of the daily direct flights, where the romantic Eiffel Tower and I M Pei-designed Musee du Louvre will take your breath away. Remember to also shop at the tree-lined Champs-Élysées and see the Arc de Triomphe, situated on the western end of the avenue.
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