Beatle Along To Liverpool’s Waterfront Attractions

Liverpool has an amazing array of attractions to recommend: the Beatles connection (obviously); the football stadiums; the historic buildings, the docks and, of course, the vibrant nightlife. Bringing this to the attention of the public, via its 2008 European Capital of Culture award, has secured its position as one of Europe’s top cities for leisure and commerce. Little wonder, then, that we at Serviced City Pads have so many serviced apartments in Liverpool – over 440 in all.

One of the city’s main attractions has to be The Beatles Story, one of numerous reasons to rent luxury serviced apartments in Liverpool’s Albert Dock district. It chronicles every highlight of the Fab Four’s career, as well as exploring some little known facts. For example, did you know that in 1995 Paul McCartney opened the Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts (LIPA)? Or that Yoko Ono is a world-renowned artist? The two are connected as during 2008 the centre showcased an exhibition of murals by Hollywood set designer Gidon Bar-oz – one of LIPA’s first students.

The city has an impressive maritime heritage, as well. It was the starting point for the Tall Ships’ Race (in 2008), and every year hosts numerous exhibitions with a nautical feel. The Maritime Museum is worth a visit, amongst other compelling attractions. A ferry across the Mersey is essential to see the majestic waterfront in all its glory. To complete the experience, book luxury serviced apartments in Liverpool’s redeveloped dockland quarter. We at Serviced City Pads recommend our Liverpool serviced Trafalgar Apartments, located in a historic Georgian warehouse, as being among the best.