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Are you a fan of Slumdog Millionaire or consider yourself to be a Beatles fan? This might be the film for you. New movie “Yesterday”, is due to be released on the 28th June, written by well known British director, Danny Boyle.

As we are all well aware the much anticipated Love Island started this week, being ITV2’s highest-ever opening with a whopping 3.3 million viewers tuning in to meet this year’s contestants. With new arrivals, boxer Tommy Fury and dancer Curtis Pritchard, taking all the spotlight we wanted to discuss our very own hot stuff from Liverpool.


How to spend a day in Liverpool

So, you have decided to spend a day in one of the top visitor attractions in the UK thanks to its wealth of restaurants, history and so much more. Don’t worry if you have no idea what to do or where to start. We have listed some of our recommendations and to top it all most of the things to do or see are free, and everybody loves a freebie!

There are numerous museums located on the waterfront, each with their own unique qualities. If you already know what you are interested in, just delve into one of these incredible museums. On the other hand, you can just visit them all if you have the time of course.

All About Liverpool

 Liverpool is steeped in history, here are the top ten things you need to know about this Maritime city.

  1. You cannot talk about Liverpool and not slip Beatles in the same conversation. Known as the Fab Four, they helped put Liverpool on the map globally. The Beatles are credited with changing the face of music and to date they are one of the best-selling music artists of all time. In addition, Liverpool holds the Guinness World Record for being the capital of pop.


  1. Mann Island is situated on grounds that have been designated as World Heritage site, we are talking about Liverpool’s Waterfront (Maritime Mercantile City). This was granted by UNESCO in 2004, the organisation aims to preserve the world’s cultural and natural heritage. The site stretches from where we are at Albert Docks through to the following places; Pier Head and Stanley Dock, through historic commercial districts and the Rope Walks to St George’s Quarter. Other World Heritage Sites include The Taj Mahal, Vatican City and Victoria Falls, just to name a few. 

Mann Island Liverpool

Whether you want a sit-down meal, a quick bite, food on the go or whatever your taste buds fancy, Albert Docks in Liverpool has got you covered. We have narrowed it down to 10 places you must try out. On the plus side, some of these places are just across the pond from Mann Island, which also hosts Dockside Dining Club - and of course, this has been added to our list.


  1. Dockside Dining Club has a street food feel that caters to all, whether you love your meat, or you’re vegan or vegetarian. Dockside Dining brings food culture in one place. It is just a plus that it is in the heart of Mann Island. On the other hand, if you are in town and just in need of some refreshments. Dock Side offers a range of exciting drinks to try.


  1. Gusto Liverpool has been rated excellent by the majority of people on Trip Advisor. This place will not disappoint, especially if you are looking for something Italian, Gusto Liverpool is the right place for you.

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