Liverpool City Guide 🇬🇧
This city guide was created in collaboration with Visit Liverpool. Visit their website for more great tips on exploring the city.
Liverpool Pier Head
Liverpool’s Pier Head is our shop window to the world! Here you’ll find our famous Three Graces (Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building), as well as our iconic Beatles Statue - a perfect spot for a selfie!
TOP TIP: This is a large outdoor area with lots of space. There’s plenty of Voi green sparking spaces, which mean you can safely leave your Voi here, as well as easily pick one up.
Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market is situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site. The food vendors change all the time but expect everything from stone baked pizzas, halloumi fries, incredible fried chicken, a dessert bar, gin bar and everything else in between. On a Saturday night there is usually a live band providing the music or their resident DJ sharing the tunes.
TOP TIP: Getting to Baltic Market is super easy from Liverpool City Centre as there’s a dedicated, segregated cycle lane along Park Ln/ A5037, all the way to the entrance of Cains Brewery village.
Liverpool has a world class waterfront which other cities could only dream of. The best part? You can ride along the length of it, mostly traffic free! Starting at Liverpool’s Pier Head you can ride all the way along to Otterspool.
TOP TIP: Delifonseca is gourmet, one-stop-shop for food products and a seasonal restaurant with an innovative menu. You can stop off for a bite to eat or get something to take away!
Sefton Park is arguably the best known and most loved park by locals. Classified as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the magnificent 200-acre Sefton Park looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park. In spring the sight of millions of golden daffodils around the lake draws residents from across the city and carpets of bluebells give an impression of rural permanence.
TOP TIP: Park your Voi outside the park and enjoy a stroll with a hot drink from the cafe found within the park.
Liverpool Central Library
A library like no other, Liverpool Central Library has everything from a rooftop offering the most spectacular views of the city to the Picton Reading Room - it’ll make you think you’re in a set for Harry Potter!
TOP TIP: The rooftop is the ultimate place for a selfie, overlooking the incredible St Georges Hall!
Bombed Out Church
St Luke’s Church, or the Bombed Out Church, as the locals call it, is a famous Liverpool landmark that looks over the booming Bold Street. The church has been given its ‘Bombed Out Church’ nickname due to the fact it no longer has a roof due to the events of World War 2 and it has been kept like that ever since. The Church now plays host to a range of events from craft fairs, to quiz nights and music gigs.
TOP TIP: Check what events are on before heading over, as a ticket may be required!
Liverpool is home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe. Take a visit to Chinatown and discover the beautifully crafted traditional Chinese arch at the entrance commemorating the twinning of two cities - Shanghai and Liverpool.
TOP TIP: At night the Chinese Arch is illuminated in the most beautiful colours!
Head up Everton Brow in North Liverpool to see stunning panoramic views of the city. On a clear day you can even see the Welsh mountains in the distance!
TOP TIP: Bring a pair of binoculars if you have them - you’ll be surprised at what you can see.
Liverpool is quickly becoming internationally recognised for its incredible street art popping up around the city. Jump on a Voi and make your way around the city, from Ten Streets to the Baltic, and snap a photo with them all.
TOP TIP: Check out the VisitLiverpool website for a list of all the street art you can expect to find in the city.
Liverpool is home to more museums and art galleries than anywhere outside of London! From the Museum of Liverpool to the Walker Art Gallery, there’s something for all tastes and interests!
TOP TIP: Most museums are free entry, but check if there are any special exhibitions on that require a paid ticket.