Business Class to Liverpool

Liverpool is synonymous with The Beatles, you know, the very famous Brit pop group – the original boy band who took the world by storm during the sixties. The city of Liverpool even named its major airport to the leader of the Fab Four, The John Lennon International Airport. Many fans come from different parts of the globe just to visit the birthplace of The Beatles. Liverpool is a beautiful metropolitan city in Merseyside, England. It is the fourth largest city in the United Kingdom. The popularity of The Beatles actually contributed greatly to this city as a major tourist destination. We can say that the group and other famous Liverpool artists in their heydays put the city of Liverpool on the map.

If you are planning to visit Liverpool, and you simply don’t know where to go, that is just alright because spontaneity is more thrilling. Let your foot take anywhere when you arrive in the city but it is always smart to know some places first. Here are some exciting places and events in Liverpool that will guarantee total satisfaction. Check out the Liverpool Arena for some of the biggest shows from international names in the music industry. If you love to watch comedy shows from internationally acclaimed comedians, this is the right place as well. Or you can feed you mind while your eyes feast on the varied displays in The Liverpool World Museum or in The Tate Gallery.

Liverpool Travel Guide

April is a good month to visit the city of Liverpool because this is the time when The Grand National takes place, the most popular horse race in the world. Of course, don’t miss going to the Cavern Club and The Beatles Museum. July is best for this tour for it is when Beatles Day is celebrated in the city with parades and live concerts. Your Liverpool experience won’t be complete with enjoy at least one night in the city’s premier nightlife destinations such as cafes, bars and restaurants. During the day, you can shop till you drop in over 100 unique shops in the new Liverpool One Shopping Mall.

Climate: Like most cities in the British Isles, Liverpool experiences relatively mild winter seasons and cool summers. The weather in the city is highly unpredictable and the different weather variations – sunshine, rain, cloudy and windy – can all happen within a day. Summer seasons are usually sunny and warm while winter season are generally cold and rainy. The hottest days can experience during the months of July and August although summers are frequently favorable. The spring and fall seasons offer mild and magnificent sunny days.

Transportation: The city of Liverpool has a local railway network that is managed by Merseyrail that provides travels to other cities in the country. Commuters also have access to a national network managed by the Network Rail that is connected to major cities and towns all throughout England. Its primary station is the Lime Street Station. Commuters in the city are serviced by buses, ferries, and of course, local rail network.

Aside from the ancient buildings that are visited in the city, Liverpool has the Anglican Cathedral, which is the largest Cathedral in the United Kingdom and the fifth largest in the world. The Metropolitan Cathedral however, is also popular not for its size, but for breaking the traditional design of the Roman Catholic structure. One of the more recent buildings built in 2008 called the West Tower, is the city’s tallest building standing. In addition to its popular buildings, Liverpool is known around the world for music, with 56 number one singles by musicians in the city. Liverpool is also the address to the oldest standing professional symphony orchestra, the Echo Arena.

Liverpool Business Travel Tips

When arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, be sure to call The Limo Company for quality business class transportation to and from your designated area. After purchasing business class flights to Liverpool, you should rest at Hotel Indigo. Located in the center of the city, Hotel Indigo offers a historical and cultural feel, from its rooms to the live music played in the lobby. If you’re hungry and looking for a great restaurant to dine at, the Marco Pierre White, is a bar and grill steakhouse. With a three Michelin star awarded chef and affordable culinary cuisine, the Marco White Pierre Steakhouse will leave your mouth watering for more. Be sure to book with Hotel Indigo directly through their services at 0151-559-0111 to receive the lowest price guaranteed.


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