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Jul

Liverpool travel guide

The name immediately evokes the famous Beatles Liverpool and Liverpool and Everton football teams. This city is full of spectacular places waiting to be discovered, and the twin cathedrals that offers a wonderful view up the Beatles Museum are one of the majority of what do you have to fill your vacation.

Alma De Cuba
It might be one of the best pubs around the country, since it is located in a former Catholic church completed with stained glass and 300 years old marble altar.
Chandeliers which hang from the ceiling are huge carnival dancers warm up the audience and the bar has a length of 10 meters.

For customers who stay until 11 o’clock at night is preparing a surprise.
Rose petals are issued by thousands of balconies.
Alma de Cuba won the Best Bar and the Best Restaurant three years in a row between 2008 and 2010.


Beatles Story
Is one of the most popular attractions of Albert Dock complex and invites visitors to follow in the footsteps of famous rock bands in the world, from early day’s in Germany to the Cavern Club and White Room.
Going Solo section follows the careers of four after the split.
The biggest crowd of tourists is in July and August.
The gates are open between 9 and 19but the last entry is two hours before the end of the program.


Liverpool Cathedral
It is built on Mount St. James in downtown; it is the Anglican cathedral, 2nd largest in the world and also the Bishop of Liverpool.
The 9600mp has an area of ​​100 m and a bell tower where bells are placed 13 and an organ consisting of two keyboards, trumpet and a 9765 military tubes.
Entering the cathedral is free, but audio tours can be organized and you can visit The Great Space Tower for £ 5. Cathedral opens at 8 am and closes at 18.


Albert Docks
If you want to understand the city’s maritime past, you really need to visit the Albert Docks, 3 acres of water were are stored pending the bold named Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria.
Initial here was the main point of storage for products brought from the East or for colonies that were closed in 1972.
Space was saved and today is built the host corporation Merseyside: Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Museum of Slavery International, Tate Liverpool and the Beatles Story.
Albert Docks is part of Liverpool’s Historic Waterfront protected area.

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