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5 Things to See and Do in Liverpool

By Smartgirltravel @SmartGirlTravel

Liverpool is a necessary stop on any tour of Britain. Its diverse population, historical significance, and music scene (both historical and modern) are all renowned. With access to London in two hours by train, ferry links to Ireland and the Isle of Man, and the appropriately-named John Lennon airport, it is easier than ever to get in and see the sights. Here are five of our top recommendations:

1. Catch up on musical history
Beatle-mania is impossible to avoid in Liverpool, so you may as well embrace it. Guinness listed the city as the official World Capital of Pop because of its hometown status for the Beatles and many other top performers of the musical movements of the 60s and 70s. There are a myriad of tours, museums, galleries, and historical houses centered around the lives of these performers, so research around which are the most authentic, interesting, and highest value.

  • City Hotels

    If you’re looking for Liverpool hotels in great locations, look no further. Close to the Echo arena and the One Shopping Centre, The Novotel Liverpool Centre is in just the right place.

  • Business

    If you’re staying away for work or holding a business meeting, Novotel can cater to all your professional needs whether you’re looking for hotels in Coventry or organising a training session in London.

  • Families

    Our rooms are designed so that you can comfortably fit 2 adults and 2 children. Looking for hotels in Southampton? Remember that 2 children under the age of 16 can stay for free at Novotel.

  • Weekend Ideas

    Spend the weekend exploring somewhere new, with hotels in York for local sightseeing or further afield, have a lovely stay without breaking the bank.

  • City Breaks

    The UK has some beautiful cities with lots to do and see. Novotel Hotels in Milton Keynes, York, Southampton, London and many provide a perfect base to explore and enjoy your time away.

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