Cruise from Liverpool
Once the key trading & migration port in the 18th to 20th century Liverpool’s Maritime history is firmly ingrained in every aspect of the city. Sitting on the bank of the River Mersey Liverpool’s waterfront & The Three Graces welcome more & more cruise ships each year.
So what can you do when you get there? Well where do we start? This culture capital is home to unique attractions, exciting events, world class football teams, sporting events and unrivalled music heritage; did we mention The Beatles?
Take a ferry across the Mersey, visit one of the many museums, listen to live music in the Echo Arena or The Cavern Club or anywhere else for that matter. Watch the Merseyside rivals Everton & Liverpool at their stadiums. Visit not one but two Cathedrals plus numerous listed buildings such as the neo-classical St George’s Hall. Or Visit Aintree Racecourse famously known for the Grand National. Shop until your hearts content with so many high-street & designer shops to choose from all within walking distance of each other.
Home to the first established China Town in Europe which has a beautifully crafted Chinese Arch that stands at the entrance welcoming all. The arch was imported from Shanghai and stands 13.5 metres tall which is the largest outside of mainland China! The city didn’t get awarded Capital of Culture in 2008 no reason…
And if that’s not enough Liverpool comes alive at night from comedy nights to the vibrant & diverse nightlife such as dance warehouses, concept bars, clubs and the thriving gay quarter. Liverpool is proud city filled with some of the friendliest people you will ever meet.
So when your booking your next cruise… make sure you keep Liverpool in mind. And to help you choose here are some cruises departing from Liverpool. If you are looking to sail from an alternative port in the UK, why not try cruises from Southampton or cruises from Newcastle?