Home to The Beatles, and some of the kindest people in the UK according to one 2018 survey, Liverpool is a place full of life. But, it has a romantic side too. If you’re thinking of popping the question in the city, here’s where you should do it.

Alma de Cuba

Alma de Cuba is situated on the south side of Seel Street in the city. The restaurant is a reformed church with an interior and menu inspired by Cuban, Hispanic, and Latin American influences. For something truly different, visit the restaurant for one of their Sunday Gospel Brunches and pop the question with a live Gospel Choir as background music. 

Royal Albert Dock

Albert Dock once played a huge part in global trade in the 19th century, and now they’ve been transformed into a scenic hub of restaurants, bars, and museums. Take your pick from a range of cuisines and reserve a table for you and your loved one, looking out onto the water. 

Panoramic 34

Liverpool’s skyline is not to be missed, and where better to see it from than one of the UK’s highest restaurants? Panoramic 34 offers a fine dining experience along with magnificent views where you can look out onto the river and take in the buildings below. After you’ve enjoyed your meal, ask your loved one to marry you with the full city as your backdrop — how could they say no? 

Mersey Ferries

Why not take a trip across the Mersey before asking your special someone to marry you? If you don’t fancy a regular daytime ferry, Mersey Ferries offer special events with tribute acts. Or catch a romantic evening ferry if you’d like to propose beneath the stars. 

Sefton Park

If you and your loved one are fond of a romantic picnic on the grass, why not head over to Sefton Park to show your special someone how much they mean to you? There’s plenty to see here, from waterfalls and bandstand to the Victorian Palm House — enjoy a full day together.

Pier Head - The Three Graces

The Pier Head is the waterfront complex in the city, there are plenty of nice places to choose from for a proposal. There are eateries close by if you want to pop the question over dinner or take your loved one to a spot where they can enjoy views of the historical buildings close by. 

Titanic Hotel

Spend a night of luxury in the Titanic Hotel, situated on the historic Stanley Dock. Presenting itself as a boutique hotel, don’t expect anything standard about this accommodation. If you want a private proposal, treat your loved one with a bottle of fizz before asking them to marry you in one of the stunning rooms her.  Celebrate their resounding yes with a night on the town. 

Liverpool Cathedral

Take in 360˚ views of the city from the tower at Liverpool Cathedral which is 152m (500ft) above sea level. If you want to pop the question beneath the stars, head to the Cathedral on a Thursday for extended opening hours. It’s a view not to be missed. 

The Cavern Club

If, like a lot of people, your appreciation for Liverpool began with The Beatles, where better to express your love than at The Cavern Club? Situated on Liverpool’s famous Matthew Street, The Cavern Club is a great place to declare your love for your partner if they’re a music fan. With music playing most days in the venue, why not choose a quieter time of day to drop to one knee?

Crosby Beach

At Crosby Beach, you and your partner can take in unforgettable views of the sea, the Wirral and North Wales. If your loved one is a fan of the coast, it’s the perfect location. Why not head over just before sunset for a magical moment? 

A big thank you to Angelic Diamonds for providing us with this blog on some of the best places to propose in Liverpool. Visit their website here: www.angelicdiamonds.com 


The Royal Albert Dock
Heritage/Visitor Centre
Families enjoying the Royal Albert Dock in the sunshine

Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.

Panoramic 34 Restaurant and Bar
Panoramic Restaurant

Panoramic is Britain’s tallest restaurant, located on the 34th floor of Liverpool’s West Tower, reaching 100m above sea level.

Mersey Ferries
Boat Trip
The Mersey Ferries Dazzle Ferry

San Francisco has its cable cars, New York has its yellow cabs… and Liverpool has its world famous Mersey Ferries.

Sefton Park
Parkland/Woodland Garden
Sefton Park

Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best known and most loved by locals. The magnificent 200-acre Park looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

Pier Head & The Three Graces
Historic Site
Pier Head & The Three Graces

They define one of the most beautiful skylines in - well we’d say the world - the Three Graces consist of the Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building

Titanic Hotel
All of the rooms at the Titanic Hotel offer bed linen that is of the highest quality

The Titanic Hotel is part of the redevelopment of the historic Stanley Dock.

Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is Britain's biggest Cathedral and the 5th largest in Europe

Cavern Club
Public House/Bar
Cavern Club

The legendary cellar that has seen seven incredible decades of music; the Cavern Club remains the beating heart of Liverpool’s iconic music scene.

'Another Place' by Antony Gormley
'Another Place' by Antony Gormley

Another Place is an art installation on the coast. 100 spectacular cast-iron, life-size figures by Anthony Gormley spread across three metres of the foreshore and stretch almost 1 kilometre out to sea.