Why Liverpool?

Located at the mouth of a river, with fresh air straight in from the sea, spacious promenades to walk along, green parks to stretch out

or jog in, Liverpool is a world class tourist & study destination. The most visited city outside London, Liverpool is also home to more

than 50,000 students, from 5 world-class higher education institutions.


Abundance of UNESCO protected buildings, a variety of theatres and innovative galleries for every taste. The Tate Liverpool is home to

the national collection of modern art in the north, while National Museums Liverpool combines seven eye-catching venues.

Football fans will be drawn to Anfield and Goodison stadia, artists from around the world in the UK’s largest contemporary art festival,

and race enthusiasts to the thrill of the Grand National.

Europe’s biggest free music festival to celebrate first ever pop-band: the Beatles!



Among the British cities, Liverpool has more museum venues than any other city outside London. Liverpool museum association unites seven

large museums throughout the city with more than 50 themed galleries, all absolutly free to enter. To top that there are marvelous private

expositions focusing on WWII, the Beatles, Anfield football stadium as well as numerous art galleries dotted around the city centre.

To make the sightseeng more interesting were have prepared tasks to complete with information found at the sites.



Liverpool has six major theaters with constantly on-going performances, a major cinema with all the new blockbusters as well as a renouned alternative

art oriented venue. Giant Echo Arena, the favorite of touring bands and performers, for a more subtle public Liverpool Philarmonic Hall offers memorable

nights out. Make sure to also check the venue guide for local bands and private gigs.



Following the 2008 renovation Liverpool proudly presents one of the largest European shopping areas. From budget shopping at Primark and Sports Direct

to exclusive items in Armany Exchange and Hugo Boss.