Liverpool, United Kingdom travel tips

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1 If you feel like doing some exploring, take the ferry to Dublin. You can be in Ireland in a bit over seven hours.
2 One of the most charming sights in the city is the Port Sunlight Village, a Victorian garden village built by soap manufacturer William Lever for his employees.
3 Tour the Anglican Cathedral, the largest Anglican cathedral in the world.
4 One of the city's newest and best museums is the International Slavery Museum.
5 If you have an interest in art, don't miss the Walker Gallery.
6 Liverpool has a long and impressive history as a port city. Be sure to check out the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
7 Many people come to Liverpool for its Beatles-centric history. But immediately adjacent to the Beatles Story is the Tate Gallery...don't miss it!
8 See the city by water. Take the Mersey River Explorer Cruiser, which offers a hop-on, hop-off cruise. You can also buy a combination ticket that gives you admission to various sights.
9 For an elegant place to stay while in Liverpool, there are few places better than the Brittania Adelphi Hotel. It has a spa, steam room, and features a white-marble indoor pool.
10 Liverpool's twin city is Shanghai. At the entrance to the city's Chinatown, you'll find the Chinese Arch, which was designed by Shanghai artisans and transported to Liverpool piece by piece.

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