Liverpool - the metropolitan borough in northwest England, is the second largest export port of the UK. Situated north of the Mersey estuary, Liverpool city was once referred to as the 'Second City of Empire'. Our online city guide of Liverpool will showcase the grandeur of the city like you have never seen it - from its splendid architecture to fine buildings and impressive public spaces.
St George's Plateau offers a feast of buildings built in the classical style. Experience culture - historic and contemporary style! The Livepool Philharmonic Hall is a cultural centre that is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and various classical concerts. The Bluecoats Arts Centre is a distinctive building of the eighteenth century that is representative of the cultural hub of Liverpool city.
This city guide to Liverpool online will throw light on its famous football clubs - Liverpool FC and Everton FC. The rich sporting tradition of Liverpool is also reflected in its horse racing events. It is home to the world's largest steeplechase at Aintree Racecourse.
Liverpool also boasts of the Royal Birkdale, one of the leading venues for the British Open Championship Golf. The region of Merseyside, with its picturesque golfing coast is a golfers delight. Inhabitants of Liverpool are refered to as 'Liverpudlians' and also called 'Scousers'.
Liverpool has the distinction of being the birthplace of the famous rock group 'The Beatles'. The nightlife of Liverpool is famous, what with world famous clubs such as The Cavern Club and pubs such as The Vines and The Philharmonic. Our online city guide on Liverpool pubs will showcase the traditional ale houses that are so popular here.
Come along on our online city guide of Liverpool in the UK - we take you through the city's university and colleges and acquaint you with its shopping avenues as well as throw light on how you can travel to and around Liverpool.