It’s that time of year again-when a host of new students come to different cities to discover all that it has to bring. We’ve rounded up some of Liverpool’s must-see sights for new students, so if you’re an undergraduate about to take a course at one of Liverpool’s world-famous universities, this one’s for you. Here are five of the many places to visit in Liverpool UK.
One of the best places to visit in Liverpool for free is the Liverpool Cathedral. Not one but two cathedrals are home to Liverpool. Either side of Hope Street stands the Anglican Liverpool Cathedral and Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral (or ‘Paddy’s Wigwam’), and both buildings are spectacular tourist sights. Grade I Liverpool Cathedral is more than what meets the eye. From its monumental bell tower, it offers sculpture, beautiful architecture, and awe-inspiring views. It’s the fifth biggest cathedral in the world, so the size of this majestic structure on St James’s Mount will completely blow you away.
You’ll enjoy it because, from the rooftop of the tallest cathedral tower in the UK, you can see the whole of the town spread out in front of you. This spectacular 360 panoramic view shows off the Mersey River and all the best landmarks in Liverpool, from which you might also be able to see your student hall.
This is one of the city’s hippest and fastest-growing neighborhoods, and places to visit in Liverpool city where many of your classmates are likely to bump into you. You’ll find pop-up art fairs, urban gardens, independent bars, and several restaurants and cafes in the Baltic Triangle, a regenerated neighborhood once packed with abandoned warehouses and factories. We can promise that you will be spending a great deal of your spare time here.
You’re going to enjoy it, and you will have something different to learn. Turn a corner to discover street art worthy of Instagram or a pop-up late-night garage rave.
The home of modern and contemporary art in the North is Tate Liverpool. It contains works by the finest British and international artists, as well as emerging new talents. To experience the Tate, you don’t have to be on an art course, as it is a perfect place for any student to get inspired.
You’ll love it, and it’s free to tour permanent collections, but without making a dent in your student loan, you will appreciate the absolute best of contemporary art. You get a 10 percent discount at the gift shop for your student card if you want to pick up a souvenir.
The world-famous Royal Albert Dock, built-in 1839, has undergone a complete renovation over the last couple of decades. It is also home to many restaurants, pubs, museums, and galleries, including the award-winning Beatles Tale, Tate Liverpool, and the Maritime Museum of Merseyside. It is one of the best places to visit in Liverpool UK.
You’ll love it because with a walk along Liverpool’s World Heritage Site coastline, enjoying a brilliant blend of the old and the modern, you will discover the past of your new city for free.
We can promise that once you get moved into your new home-from-home, Liverpool ONE will be one of the places to visit in Liverpool of your daily haunts. Right in the heart of the city, you can find shopping, leisure, pubs, bars, cinemas and so much more. There are plenty of places to hang out and have fun after classes, from watching a movie at the ODEON to whizzing around a messy Junkyard Golf Club course.
You would enjoy it because it’s bursting with offers for students. You’ll find plenty of stores, bars, and restaurants where some much-needed cash can be saved by flashing your student ID. Refresh your closet or dine for less, or do it all without busting your budget.
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