With 450,000 inhabitants, Liverpool is the third biggest English city and the fourth for the UK. Second economic metropolis of England behind London, Merseyside’s capital has been known in its past to use its natural resources like the Mersey. Its harbour permitted a great development during the 19th century.
However Liverpool isn’t only an industrial city, it is also very touristic. Thanks to the Beatles who began their great career in this city, in the Cavern club to be precise. The football clubs of the city, Liverpool F.C. and Everton F.C. are also well-known around the world.
There are a lot of things to see and to do in Liverpool. From the Victorian neighbourhoods to the buildings of the industrial revolution the city has a lot of monuments which have UNESCO’s World Heritage Site status.
Before strolling the streets of the city, don’t forget to brunch! From the city centre to Street Station, for a morning after brunch or for a lazy Sunday brunch, there will be something for you! TopBrunch has selected the best brunches of the city.