Liverpool has so much to offer, from restaurants, coffee shops, shopping and attractions. There is no way to fit everything into one day, but we are starting a series recommending places you might like to add to your list to visit whilst you’re here in Liverpool.
A great place to start is to have an incredible fun packed day getting to know Liverpool: its independent restaurants, fun-filled attractions and hidden gems. No better way to begin your travel to the northern city.
9am – Moose Coffee, Dale Street/Hope Street
There is no better way to start your day than with an energy boosting cup of coffee. Liverpool and Manchester are home to the independent coffee shop, Moose Coffee. Liverpool has two shops in the city centre; Dale Street and Hope Street.
Moose Coffee not only provides great coffees but also super scrummy breakfasts. Their slogan is “Crafted, Tweaked & Poured Over, Our Menu Represents Ten Years Of Dedication To Providing The Most Authentic American & Canadian Dishes”.
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10am – Mathew Street
Mathew Street is also known as the birthplace of the famous band, The Beatles. The Cavern Club is a great attraction to visit, a must if you like. Not only can you visit The Cavern Club at night as a nightlife location, in the day it’s a great spot for buying merchandise. Mathew Street is also home to the famous Wall of Fame, which features 54 Liverpool based musician Number 1 UK chart hits since 1952.
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11am – Famous Docks and Waterfront
You cannot visit Liverpool and not see the famous waterfront and docks. There are so many attractions in this area of the city from Albert Dock, Salthouse Archway, The Beatles statue, Royal Liver building, Freiji Wheels and many more. A very photographic donut van that sits long the Canning Dock is preferred for a snack to keep you going until your next meal.
What better way to see a city that from a panoramic view and to learn about the history of the city at the same time: the Anglican Cathedral answers both. The tower experience is a must do, especially to all of you who are a keen traveller who love to see as much of the city as you possibly can. The views will leave you 500ft above sea level with an amazing perspective.
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6pm – Baltic Market
Keeping up with the independent restaurant theme in your discovery of the city there is no better place to visit for your evening meal than the Baltic Market. The market is a dedicated street food market.
Traders such as: Izakaya, Rocket & Ruby, Press Bro. Coffee, Hafla Hafla, Little Furnace, Free State Kitchen and so many more. Offering waffles, burgers, pizzas, platters, Japanese and Italian cuisine - something for everyone!
(Credit: Baltic Market Instagram)
8pm- Ghetto Golf
It’s not quite time to go back to your Airbnb apartment just yet!
Ghetto Golf is a really popular indoor crazy golf centre. The interior of this centre is insane; it all glows in the dark! It’s sure to start to bring this busy day in the city to a great end.
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Before you head back to your apartment, why not visit…..
10:30pm – The Berry and Rye Pub
Why not finish the day with a few drinks at one of Liverpool’s hidden gems, The Berry and Rye. Their drinks menu just keeps going!
The Berry and Rye is a themed bar specialising in whiskey, blues, jazz and gin. This bar goes to lengths to stick to the prohibition theme and it’s ever so impressive. The menus are hidden away in bibles etc around the bar making it hard to find- many people only hear about this bar from another person.
You’ll find the bar on Berry Street, Liverpool L1 4JQ.
(Credit: The Berry and Rye Pub)
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