5x must visits in Liverpool

The first semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 21.00 and 9 at exactly 11 p.m. A total of 31 countries will be singing their hearts out to win a coveted spot in the Grande Finale on May 13. This year's music spectacle will take place in the hometown of The Beatles, or Liverpool. Great Eurovision fanatic or not at all; the city is definitely worth a visit.

Liverpool Cathedral

The Anglican Liverpool Cathedral is a very striking example of Gothic architecture. The cathedral was built between 1904 and 1978 and even holds the title of the largest in Great Britain. The organ, from builders Henry Willis & Sons, can also call itself the largest with 10.368 pipes. Upon entering, marvel at the wide variety of art or climb the tower for an excellent view of the city. 

Anfield Stadium 

Football fans in Liverpool should not miss a visit to the iconic Anfield Stadium. Home to one of the world's most renowned football clubs – Liverpool FC – this stadium is a major sporting destination long associated with British football. Take a tour of the historic ground and enjoy the views from the Main Stand, follow in the footsteps of your favorite players in the players' tunnel, visit the home and away dressing rooms and of course touch the iconic “This Is Anfield” sign.  

The beatles story

This award-winning museum at Albert Dock tells the story of how four young Liverpool boys from humble childhoods are taken to dizzying heights of fame and fortune. Every detail from the band's existence is highlighted. Take a look behind the scenes of the famous Abbey Road Studios, board the Yellow Submarine and see a replica of the Cavern Club. If you haven't visited the museum yet Beatles enough, a good addition is the Beatles Walk. This starts at the statue on Pier Head; a fun city tour supplemented with places where The Beatles have been.

Royal Albert Dock

If you go to the Beatles museum, this place is unavoidable. If not, this place is definitely worth a little visit. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, about 40 percent of world trade passed through here. Wander around here along the water, the warehouses, visit one of the countless museums here or drink a good cup of coffee in one of the many trendy places.

Sefton Park

Want to relax during your city trip? Sefton Park, south of the center is perhaps the best known and most loved park in the real world locals. Classified as a Grade II listed park, Sefton traces its origins back to the fifteenth century. If the sun comes out, you can have an excellent picnic here by the lake, visit an open-air theater or enjoy a British tea in one of the restaurants.