The idea of coming to a big city and discovering some amazing new shops is most certainly on the top priority for the plenty of shop-o-holics out there visiting Liverpool each year. This blog aims to help and guide you in the right direction whilst you enjoy a spot of local retail therapy!
Liverpool has a substantial collection of shops selling everything you could imagine, and more. Two of the most popular shopping destinations are Liverpool ONE and St Johns Shopping Centre. Both in walking distance of each other, you’re sure to have plenty to choose from and won’t be disappointed. Whether you’re on a mission for ‘treat yo-self’ or gift shopping for family and friends this blog post will be of use to you.
Liverpool One is not just a shopping area, but residential and a leisure complex with Liverpool’s Bus Station situated in the area, an Odeon cinema and an indoor 36-hole adventure golf centre. It’s definitely certain to say it’s a bustling area of the city.
Liverpool ONE is the largest open air shopping centre in the United Kingdom, fun fact!
There are over 170 stores, bars and restaurants in Liverpool ONE, you could be here a while…
A shortened list of retail shops available in Liverpool ONE:
Not only is Liverpool ONE home to retail, but resturants too; so much tasty food! There is something for everyone, even the fussy eaters! Here is a quick list:
Peters Lane is the luxury designer shopping experience in the Liverpool ONE area with shops such as: Jones Bootmaker, Dune Liverpool, Michael Kors, BOSS Store, The White Company, Radley, Coast, Tessuti, Karen Millen and Ted Baker. You’ll find Peters Lane hidden off the main street, Church Street, with shops such as Next, Primark, Goldsmiths, and River Island. Take a turn through Liverpool One arcade and you’ll find yourself in a different era of stunning architecture and shop fronts that gives you Peters Lane.
The MetQuarter is in an ideal location for all public transport, and routes to other shopping centres like Liverpool ONE. The MetQuartar's building was previously served as Liverpool's General Post Office. The building was severely damaged in the May Blitz of 1941. As you can imagine the site wasn't so luxurious.
In recent years the MetQuarter has had a refurbishment of £100 million being transformed into a 160,000 sq ft leisure and retail centre. Their vision is to deliver luxury retail and premium restaurants, and to transform the area into a brighter, more vibrant new place to spend your time with friends and families.
If the luxury high end shops are what you are after you're going to be more than happy wondering around this building.
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