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Liverpool is a treasured part of the UK, with its enormous home-grown spirit and two talented football teams. This northern UK city is also home to two vastly different cathedrals, one being the Metropolitan Cathedral and the other the Liverpool Cathedral, which has the third-largest church bell in the world. The city’s trademark centre is the Walker Art Gallery, which is home to the city’s historic pieces and paintings by the likes of Yeames, Rosetti, Hockney and Millais.
If Liverpool is your August destination, you will show up in time to participate in the city’s brilliant Creamfields Festival, which takes place during the UK Bank Holiday weekend. This festival began in 1998 and continues to preserve the tradition of local British bands by entertaining the thousands who show up for it.
Any time between April and September are great times to make Liverpool your next travel destination. With plenty of daily flights, it’s easy to spend a weekend there for a football game or to take in some of the local sites. Liverpool has more world-class galleries and attractions than anywhere else outside of London.
Many may not realise that the waterfront in Liverpool has been deemed an UNESCO World Heritage Site for its ‘supreme example of a commercial port at the time of Britain’s greatest global significance’, which only adds one more exciting reason to the list to visit Liverpool.