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A trip in UK


Established as a borough in 1207 in Lancashire County. During Industrian Revolution, Liverpool became a global economic powerhouse. Today, it is known as the European Capital of Culture

The population

Residents of Liverpool are often referred to as "Scousers" due to a local stew called scouse, popular among sailors in the city.

The city of Liverpool

Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in Merseyside, located in North West England, near the Irish Sea. Its population is of 1,551,722

Stoke restaurant

The trip is scheduled from June 26th to June 28th. You'll depart from Capodichino Airport in Naples at 8:05 AM on June 26th, you're going to step over in Manchester. The flight costs 184 euros with the company flight Ryanair. You're arriving in Manchester at 12 PM. After a while (at 1:30PM) you're taking a taxi from Manchester Airport to the Manchester Piccadilly Station, reaching it around 2 PM. (it'll cost 30 pounds). Then, at 2:20 PM, you'll board a train to Liverpool Lime Street Station for 8 pounds, aiming to arrive in Liverpool by 3 PM, if all goes as planned.I advice you to eat in lunch in a tipically restaurant near the airport. An example is Stoke Restaurant

Lime Street ST. Liverpool
Airport of Manchester


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At the end of the day...

At the end I advice you to eat dinner at the restaurant :"The Welkin - JD Wetherspoon", which is a really typical English pub.

After that, you're going to Liverpool Cathedral. One of the best churches in the world. The ticket is free, but if you want to come up the tower, it'll cost 8 pounds.Just 6 minutes on walk from the hotel

At 6:30 p.m
At 5 p.m

Then you're going to the most iconic buildings in the whole city: The Three Graces. The cost of the ticket will be €17,50.The distance between the Cathedral and the buildings is just 20 minutes on walk.I highly recommend you taking this walk.

The 1 day

After lunch you're going to relax at the hotel. Its name is Duke Street Boutique and its located at 181-185 Duke street. We're staying here for 2 nights which is going to cost 129 pounds per person (breakfast includes)

In mid-morning

Dinner at The Philharmonic Pub


In early afternoon you're visting "Chinatown"Take pleasure in a long walk (15 minutes)along Bold Street, Liverpool's shopping street, until you reach Chinatown, where the first established Chinese community.

In mid-morning

At lunch you're eating lunch at "Ma Egerton's Stage Door"


In the mid-morning, enjoy a walk along the beautiful Paradise Street, which cross through the entire historic center, and make your way to Saint George's Hall, one of the finest examples of neoclassical architecture in the world.(it takes about 20 minutes).The ticket is free.Near the building there is the Walker Art Gallery,One of the most important art galleries in the countryWhich is just 15 minutes on walk. The ticket cost 10 pounds

In early afternoon
After that...

2 day

In the afternoon you're going at the museum about the Beatles Story. The cost of the ticket will cost 22 pounds and it's located on Salthouse Quay street. It's just 20 minutes on walk.

The trip will end at 8PM, where you are going to take a train that will take you from the Liverpool station to Manchester Piccadily station, for 8 . You'll arrive at the station at 8:30 PM and you're going to take a taxi, for 30 pounds, from the station to the Manchester Airport. You're arriving at the airport at 9 PM. Your flight is going to leave at midnight.

The end of the trip

Later we're visting the Anfield Stadium, the stadium of Liverpool's football team.The cost of the ticket will be of 10 pounds

In the afternoon

Lunch at Arkles, which is next to Anfield.(It takes 10 minutes with the taxi, so it'll cost 15 pounds)


Then you're moving to see "Tate Liverpool"The museum contains a lot of paintings of the best painters like: Modigliani, Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, Klee.(It takes 10 minutes on walk). The ticket is free

In mid-morning

Near there you can see the incredible statue of The beatles


In the morning, you're going to Albert dock, which is Liverpool's port area, where several attractions are located. Which can be reached with a 20 minutes walk

In morning

3 day


I hope you had a wonderful trip!

Liverpool Cathedral

The Liverpool Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral. His construction began only in 1901, and it was finally completed in 2008. Moreover, this is the largest cathedral in Great Britain.

The Three Graces

The buildings are the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building, and the Port of Liverpool Building. Built close to each other, they date back to the early 1900s.Inside the Royal Liver Building, we can find the Royal Liver Building 360, a panoramic platform with a beautiful view of the sea and the city.

Anfield is one of the most iconic and revered stadiums in the world of football. Opened in 1884, you can explore its interiors by joining a guided tour that takes you through the dressing rooms, conference hall, and even allows you to step onto the field and tread the grass. It also contains the museum of Liverpool, one of the gratest team in this sport


Designed by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes in the 1840s, the complex was inaugurated in 1854. St. George's Hall contains rooms for meetings and the administration of justice, as well as a large concert hall

St. George's Hall
Walker Art Gallery

The exhibitions of the museum, span from the Middle Ages to the present day. You can find works by: Degas, Cezanne, Monet