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Liverpool John Lennon International Airport is located approximately eleven and a half Kilometres outside of Liverpool city. There is no direct rail support from the airport but there is a rail support five minutes away by bus. Price is around £1.50 to the city. There is also a taxi service outside the terminal building, cost is around twelve pounds and journey time is twenty minutes. The first thing to do in Liverpool is to pop down to the renovated Albert Docks. Renovated back within the eighties the Docks are utilized by a range of dining places and shops. There is the Tate gallery to go to, for free of charge together with the Maritime Museum along with a few other great museums.
On the other section of the docks you’ll discover the Beatles Story museum. You can’t miss it, walk around the docks until you hear a recognizable tune or two being played. You will find a few coffee shops in that vicinity for you to have a break either prior to or following your trip to the museum. Should you do not wish to visit the museums, then try another old relic! Have a look at the Liverpool Dukw.
This is a World War two landing vehicle that takes you on a tour of Liverpool. There is normally really much more than just the 1, so the wait ought not to be long. It is also an amphibious vehicle, it takes to the water for a tour of the docks. A novel way of sightseeing the town. A recent addition to the region is the Liverpool Echo Arena. Scene of many major touring shows, there creating work which has also provided a new array of restaurants to eat at along with a huge car park if needed. Also a new Liverpool Wheel has been constructed overlooking the region and docks.
Take a tour and enjoy the view up and down the River Mersey as you peer over the Albert Docks and the city. For those that appreciate a bit of shopping there is also Liverpool 1 shopping centre across the road that has just sprung up out of nowhere as part of the new renovation that the city has undergone over the past few years. With another large supply of Liverpool restaurants along with a large amount of big name stores, this leads nicely into the main shopping area for people who’ve arrived at the Albert Docks and are then looking to find more. And finally, after Liverpool 1 head for some Liverpool Nightlife where you can find the well-known Cavern, made famous by the Beatles. Liverpool and Everton are the two main football clubs in the city with a long standing rivalry.