Liverpool, a city in the wind

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The “Royal Albert Dock It is one of the largest tourist destinations in Liverpool. Built in 1846, the dock and warehouse complex was completely renovated in the 1980s. Mercedes Maritime Museum (International Slavery Museum), The Beatles story Dedicated to four famous Liverpool natives who revolutionized pop music – John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey, better known as the Ringo Star. There is also Tate LiverpoolThe largest museum of modern art in the country after London, with many galleries, bars, restaurants and hotels …

Liverpool has been able to display its monuments, history and heritage. This is an example Cave entrance It takes its reputation from it Cowen Club There the famous English group took its first steps and performed regularly.

City not scripted Offers a number of thematic guided tours (street art, gastronomy, local stories, legends, folklore …). On his part Liverpool Brewery Tours Specializes in dedicated local beer tours.

For a more sporty approach, get in touch Liverbirds 5 km race It combines jogging and clear stories and photos about the city’s history. Bike versions are offered Liverpool Cycle Tours.
Water sports enthusiasts and enthusiasts flock to Liverpool Water Sports Center Speedboat tours are organized, one of which is a wheelchair accessible wheelchair.

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