If you’ve been to Liverpool for a visit, you’ve probably posed in front of the Liver Birds and hopped on the ferry across the Mersey. You’ll have wandered around the Albert Dock before heading into the Tate to take in the art.Quick guide for things to do in Liverpool, including hotels an the restaurants to visit in the area.Take a look at this UK Travel guide.
So, what to do if you’re going back? There are so many hidden gems and exciting additions to this one-of-a-kind city in the north. If you’re seeking alternative ideas for your next visit, here’s some inspiration.
It seems that a new eatery opens in Liverpool every week. If you’re starting your day in the city, head to the ultra-cool Baltic Triangle where you’ll find the Baltic Bakehouse. This bakery offers a moreish choice of breads and buns and you can take charge of your own toast, thanks to the ingeniously placed toasters on each table.
Want dinner with a difference? You want to go to Mowgli. Fusing Indian food with everyday favorites like the humble chip butty, this is one to try.
For something different to the glitzy bars and pubs in town, head to Peter Kavanagh’s. Here, you can enjoy your drink beneath dangling oddities including kettles and chamber pots, musical instruments and old timey radios.
If you’re a whisky lover, head to the Royal Institution on Colquitt Street. Whisky Business is packed with rare whiskies from around the globe. With over 300 to choose from, there’s a lot on offer here.
Trippy golf venues are popping up across the UK, but Ghetto Golf is truly special. Cleverly repurposing the former Cain’s brewery, it serves up vibrant themed cocktails and glowing courses.
For something different, take a trip to the Old Hebrew Synagogue in Toxteth. Outside, it looks like a typical building, but inside it’s filled with gleaming, beautifully colored walls and features. You’ll need to book onto a guided tour to enjoy this one.
One place that you don’t need to book is the Outhouse in Woolton. This is a piece of art that is used for events, but it’s magical even when there’s no one around.
The city is filled with a collection of world-renowned and boutique hotels. However, if you want a little more freedom as well as a good night’s sleep, it’s worth booking into serviced apartments for your Liverpool stay. You can choose by everything from location to style.
What are you planning for your next trip to Liverpool? Will you try any of these ideas? Or do you have any top tips that we might have missed off the list?