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More About Manchester, Liverpool & North West
The word Liverpool evokes memories of the Beatles, Liverpool Football Club and the unique ‘Scouse’ accent which is only found in the Liverpool and Merseyside area. With Liverpool having one of the largest natural harbours in the World, not dependent on tides; it has been a major port for transatlantic shipping for centuries, and the city grew rich from trading deals of which it prospered mainly from the Slave Trade. In the 18th century Liverpool controlled over 60 percent of British Slave trading and over 40 percent of the entire European Slave Market.
The Albert Docks provide more than 2 days of complete captivation on visits with a number of first rate tourist attractions including the Beatles Story Museum, full of memorabilia, photos and films of the Fab Four, and the International Slavery Museum, yards from the actual dock where 18th century slave ships were repaired and fitted. The Border Force National Museum also provides a riveting insight into the Dock’s smuggling and contraband history from the 1700’s to the present day.
Liverpool has more museums and galleries than any other city outside of London in the UK, most with free entry. Their Tate Gallery is easily World Class and attracts an international audience. Liverpool truly is a City of Culture - a title awarded in 2010, which it still upholds today. With 15 theatres and halls, including the Philharmonic Hall, home to the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Liverpool Empire Theatre, the second largest theatre in the country, which showcases the very best in both local talent as well as National and International talent. It also has a vast array of designer and boutique shops in a huge shopping area created from restored warehouses. In fact large swathes of previously industrial areas which have been ‘Gentrified’ is a contemporary phenomena that can be witnessed in London and Manchester, more than anywhere else.
In fact, just down the Motorway from Merseyside, Manchester is another vibrant and colourful city, full of History, Cultural attractions and Hip contemporary places to eat and shop. With its 4 main museums, the Manchester Art Gallery and its breathtaking Cathedral, there are far too many choices for visitors to pick from in one weekend. Interestingly you can book Cultural Tours from as little as £16.35 or do a private self-guided Treasure Hunt around Manchester for just £9.99. It’s a city where you can spend either a fortune or very little, and still have a lot of fun.
With its eclectic blend of cheap and cheerful, Vintage and Designer, there’s really something for everyone. Whether you take in a show at the famous Lowry, visit the Etihad Stadium or do a gin tasting tour of the City of Manchester Distillery, you certainly won’t be bored. Those seeking more quiet cultural stimuli can browse the John Rylands Library which will simply blow viewers away with the exquisite splendour of its interior.
In South Manchester, where it enters Cheshire, you have all the posh suburbs where many famous footballers occupy multi-million pound residences, and it’s commonplace to see TV celebrities in the designer shops or cafes, bars and restaurants in Wilmslow, Alderley Edge or the small medieval village of Prestbury, with the highest concentration of millionaires in the country and former home of Wayne Rooney.
The Household Soap Coronation Street is filmed not too far away, leading to many of its main characters living in plush parts of Cheshire down the road. Simon Gregson and Craig Charles who are close pals in real life can often be seen having coffee or together in Alderley Edge, and over drinks or lunch, you can often find yourself only a few feet away from a famous footballer or TV actor.
Retail therapy is to die for in the famous Trafford centre, but both Manchester and Cheshire also have a reputation for aesthetic Beauty treatments, with dozens of high-end salons, catering to famous WAGS, who are used to being chased by the Paparazzi at every turn. Even walking the (designer) dog requires perfect hair, skin and nails Darling..!