BSI / NVVI Congress 2016 | 6 - 9 December, Liverpool UK

About Liverpool

What else does Liverpool have to offer?

LiverpoolWith its unique attractions, exciting events, world class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage and famously warm welcomes, Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore.

With a large collection of museums and galleries, Liverpool’s culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city.

You’ll always find a fantastic selection of things to do, places to visit and exciting events – be sure to check out the ‘What’s On’ section for the don’t miss shows, festivals, exhibitions and beyond.

If you’re looking for the best in dining during your visit, Liverpool has everything you could think of, from sleek restaurants to independent pubs and bistrosfamily dining and sumptuous afternoon teas.

Places to visit

In this section, find out more about Liverpool’s Quarters and Chinatown, Liverpool’s stunning and fantastically varied architecture, and follow in the footsteps of stars in Liverpool’s film locations.

There’s also more information about Liverpool’s districts. Find out more about top seaside resort Southport, with its gardens, iron pier and family attractions and the beautiful beaches and sand dunes along Sefton’s coast.

Placed between Liverpool and North Wales, overlooking the River Dee, Welsh hills and River Mersey, the beautiful Wirral Peninsula is fantastic for walks, outdoor activities, countryside hotels and cosy pubs. Discover historic workers’ village Port Sunlight, Ness Botanic Gardens or the revitalised New Brighton resort.

Knowsley is just 8 miles from Liverpool city centre. The grand Knowsley Hall, private residence of the 19th Earl of Derby, hosts weddings, celebrations and corporate events. Activities on the estate include a high ropes course, archery and quad biking. Knowsley Safari Park is a great day out for families – a 500-acre park where exotic animals roam free along a five-mile safari drive.

Halton sits astride the River Mersey to the east of Liverpool. Runcorn and Widnes are the major towns, and many more picturesque parishes and villages make up the borough. Walking in the hills, weaving down a canal, or enjoying one of Halton’s many special events, there’s many ways to spend your spare time here.

In St Helens, sports fans are well catered for with Haydock Park Racecourse and St Helens Saints, the most successful side in rugby’s Super League history. Discover the borough’s heritage at the World of Glass, and you can’t miss Dream – the iconic 20 metre high artwork overlooking the M62.

Liverpool city region is accessible and easy to get around – see the travel of for tips.

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