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Welcome to... Liverpool

People were encouraged to settle in Liverpool in the 1200s by King John who wanted to create a port free from the control of dockland landlord the Earl of Chester. The city became home to the UK’s first wet dock in 1715 and enjoyed trade from the West Indies, Ireland and Europe.

The population of Liverpool has now been put at about 436,000 people. The city’s rich cultural heritage, as the birthplace of the 1960s pop band the Beatles and football te... read more about Liverpool

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Getting Around

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is eight miles outside the city centre, with most flights to... More

Day Trippin'

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X1 Liverpool One

From: £145 p/w

58 Hanover Street, Liverpool