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Founded in 1207, Liverpool’s growth was slow but gradually a key port town emerged; by the early 19th-century 40-percent of world trade was passing through the fabled Dock Front area. Today, development is booming, old neighborhoods east of the riverside are being regenerated and, with a population of 500,000, it’s England fourth-largest city.

Liverpool Neighborhoods

Dock Front

Granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 2004, Liverpool’s historic waterfront is home to stylish galleries, museums and bars. Ride the Mersey Ferry for iconic city views.

Cavern Quarter

The area around Mathew Street is the epicenter of Beatlemania. It’s a bit of a tourist-trap, but an essential pilgrimage for fans of the Fab Four.

Hope Street Quarter

Defined by elegant Georgian architecture and sandwiched between Liverpool’s two cathedrals, Hope Street is notable for trendy shops and some of the finest hotels and restaurants in town.

City Centre

Most hotels, restaurants and shops can be found here, in the commercial heart of the modern city. Large-scale development and regeneration changes the landscape on a daily basis.


Adjacent to the City Centre, the former merchant houses of the compact and densely populated RopeWalks area have been regenerated, resulting in hip bars and late-night hangouts.


Visitors flock to this affluent suburb to visit John Lennon’s childhood home. The area is rich in Beatles landmarks – check out Strawberry Field, the grave of Eleanor Rigby and the town where he met McCartney.

Sefton Park

Liverpool’s favorite public park features a large lake and areas of indigenous forest, making for a great escape from the bustle of the city.

Stanley Park

The city’s true passion is soccer. The stadiums of rival teams Liverpool and Everton lie at opposite sides of this park, separated by just a few hundred yards.

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