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Plan Your Visit

So you’ve picked your festival, booked time off and gathered together your tribe. What next? Well, some planning would definitely help you to make the most of your break.

Things to do

Liverpool is home to many world-class tourist attractions, with more museums and galleries than anywhere else in the UK, outside of London. Our stunning waterfront area includes a Grade I listed area, The Albert Dock. If you are visiting for a festival, it’s well worth extending your stay.

There’s so many things to see and do in Liverpool. We recommend heading over to VisitLiverpool to view some suggested itineraries, which will give you a flavour of what is on offer here. Or visit the top attractions page.

Somewhere to stay

For somewhere to stay, check out VisitLiverpool’s accommodation pages, as there are lots of options to suit all budgets, from hostels through to luxury hotels.

Getting here

If you’d like to know how to get to Liverpool, try the getting here page. Getting around the city is really easy and most things are accessible on foot, you can find more information here.

Food and drink

In Liverpool there’s a plate to suit all tastes and you can sample cuisine from nearly every corner of the world. From fine dining to slap up dinners, Liverpool has it all. Of course the local dish is scouse, a must-try tasty stew which can be found on most menu’s in local joints. 

For more details on where to eat and drink, see our VisitLiverpool page.

Budget conscious travellers

Liverpool is bursting with options to suit all budgets. 

Why not have a read of the VisitLiverpool blog post on budget breaks, which covers all the bases from free attractions to low cost accommodation.

Or if you fancy a splurge, check out the luxury breaks blog for a wealth of suggestions.

Family friendly

There’s lots on offer for all the family, whenever you choose to visit. Why not visit one of the many free museums dotted around the city, or explore the parks. You can view more family friendly info on the VisitLiverpool site.