A worldly metropolis on the waterfront that wears its seafaring heritage with pride, the capital of pop blends unruly youth with quaint Victorian gloom. Liverpool is a close-knit community with a big personality – a far cry from its misguided reputation. You don't have to be a football fanatic to mingle, if you can decipher the trying accent you will find the locals as genuinely kind and friendly as they come. They have a stellar sense of humour and the right amount of energy – a lot of it! – to endure the city's wild and rambunctious nights.
Liverpudlians are known as ‘Scousers’ because of the local Scouse stew, brought to Liverpool by seafaring sailors.
Whether you are joining the throngs of Beatles worshippers in the Cavern Quarter, heading to the culture-packed warehouses on the Albert Dock or ferrying placidly along the Mersey, Liverpool is a fun-loving playground for all ages, guaranteed to always have heaps going on.