Liverpool is the 4th biggest city in Britain and was once one of the World’s largest ports. It stands on the mighty River Mersey and is steeped in culture and history. Check us out at http://www.visitliverpool.com/ .

  • Liverpool One

    Built for the European Capital of Culture year of 2008, Liverpool One is the largest open-air shopping centre in the UK. It is a shopping Mecca and the city’s women are famed for their unique sense of style. So one thing is for certain, when you learn English with us you’ll be studying in one of the coolest cities in the world. So, go on, “Shop till you drop!”

  • Nightlife

    For a night out on the town, Liverpool offers something for everyone, from the Cavern Club to Cream, cinemas, bars and gastronomy from every corner of the globe.

  • Entertainment & Arts

    Liverpool has a 10,000 capacity arena and several wonderful theatres. Concerts, plays and exhibitions are all waiting to entertain you!

  • Architecture

    Liverpool has many wonderful examples of classical architecture. English Heritage described Liverpool as England’s finest Victorian city. St George’s Hall is regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is a Grade 1 listed building.

  • Chinatown

    Liverpool’s Chinatown is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe. Its entrance is through a gateway arch that was a gift from the people of Shanghai. It is the largest multiple-arch of its kind outside China.

  • Museums & Galleries

    Liverpool boasts more museums and art galleries than any other city outside London. The Walker Art Gallery is the national gallery of the North and houses one of the best collections of European art outside London. You simply MUST visit the Tate, Maritime Museum and Museum of Liverpool. All that art and culture on our doorstep!

  • The Albert Dock

    The Albert dock has three museums including the Maritime museum and the new Museum of Liverpool, the largest museum to open in the UK for 100 years.

  • Football / Soccer

    Liverpool is a city that lives and breathes football. Everton and Liverpool are two of the most famous and successful clubs in English football and their combined success makes the city England’s unrivalled football capital. The city also has a superb sporting infrastructure with a multitude of gyms, leisure centres, parks and Olympic standard sports facilities.

  • Sculpture

    Liverpool has more public sculptures than anywhere else in the UK apart from Westminster in London. Wow!

  • Unique Culture

    Liverpool is one of Europe’s trendiest cities. World renowned for being the birthplace of the Beatles, the city’s unique culture has spawned a multitude of other famous artists, from writers and actors to sportsmen and musicians. In fact, Liverpool is in the Guinness Book of Records for producing more number one hits than any other city on the planet! The Beatles played nearly 300 times at the world-famous Cavern club before they were discovered.

  • The Beatles

    The Beatles changed the face of popular music forever and achieved world-wide fame, selling over 2 billion albums. If you wish to see Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields or John Lennon’s old home, we will take you!

  • Listed Buildings

    We have the largest collection of Grade II-listed buildings outside London with 2,500 listed buildings and 250 public monuments. There’s no way we could get around all of them!

  • Waterfront

    Thanks to its maritime heritage, Liverpool is international in outlook and cosmopolitan in character. Our waterfront is recognised world-wide and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What’s more, our city has now become a favourite stop-over for cruise ships.

  • Cathedrals

    The Anglican Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world. It was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott in 1904 and holds the world’s largest bells. The city has a second cathedral – the Metropolitan Cathedral, which was designed by Frederick Gibberd after the Second World War and is affectionately nicknamed ‘Paddy’s Wigwam’ because of its distinctive shape.

  • Film Industry

    We have a thriving film industry. Films that have been shot here include The Hunt For Red October, The 51st State, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and Captain America: The First Avenger. The city was used as a location for more than 140 films in 2012 and has doubled for Moscow, Dublin, Paris and even Venice. What a versatile city!