Liverpool is a vibrant city simply bursting with things to see and do. The city has lots to shout about having been voted a Cultural Capital in recent years as well as being a UNESCO world heritage site and of course, the birthplace of the Beatles. Leading attractions include the Museum of Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Walker Art Gallery and the famous Mersey Ferries cruises which are a great way to see the city. Football fans will revel in the chance to visit the homes of Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs. Music fans should embark on the Magical Mystery Tour which leaves from Albert Dock and is a two hour journey around the places associated with the Beatles including Penny Lane and Strawberry Field. Liverpool is renowned for its lively nightlife and hosts a wide range of pubs, bars and clubs with each part of the city having its own distinct style and atmosphere. The city is also great for families with a host of museums, libraries, galleries and family friendly events and exhibitions. What lots of people may not know is that Liverpool has more parks than Paris and many walks and stunning coastline areas just waiting to be explored. Of course, as a major city, Liverpool offers excellent transport links. When you disembark, you are just a short drive from joining the motorway network and just a few minutes’ walk away from trains and buses. There are many attractions just a short trip from the city centre, such as Knowsley Safari Park, Spaceport in Birkenhead and Cheshire Oaks, or you could go further afield to Chester, Manchester or even north Wales.