Liners to America, the Beatles, the Dockers' Strike, City of Culture - Liverpool is proud of its tradition as an independent, innovative, friendly city. A great mix of historical architecture and contemporary design, Liverpool has plenty to offer the visitor today.
From the Liverpool Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Liverpool
Fantastic location, just round the corner from the famous Philharmonic Hall and Philharmonic Dining Room, the bizarre Catholic cathedral, lots of lovely eateries, and only a short stroll from the city centre. Also a short walk from Lime Street train station. ... more
Dont be put off by first appearances! The hotel is situated a little out the way and the building itself has seen better days, but on arrival we found the manager to be extremely friendly and helpful and the room itself was spacious and clean and tidy. ... more
I stayed here during a conference as it was the cheapest option we could find for Liverpool. It was a nice, cosy place to stay. We were generally happy with it, though breakfast, if not included in the your booking was a bit over-priced (we opted for bagels). The location is about a 45min walk into town, but downhill. ... more
Hi. I need to spend one night in Liverpool. Arriving on the 27th this month. Is there anything to do there? Any places to go and have a couple of pints and meet cool people? Anyone here up for a pint that day? Cheers Sven ...
Hi all Im going to liverpool next saturday for the weekend me and a couple of my freinds.........were staying in the city centre and all our frist times going..........has anyone been there is it good???? any advice ...
Hello, I'm staying in Aberdeen, going back to Liverpool for a couple of days from Saturday 6th to the next Saturday the 13th I think then looking to go over to Hossegor in France for some surfing. Also, on the way to Hossegor I'd like to go to Amsterdam, Paris and some small French villages etc. I'm energetic ...