|LOCATION||Located across a ridge of hills rising up to a height of around 70 meters above sea level. It faces Wallasey and Birkenhead across the River Mersey to the west.|
|GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES||Latitude 53º25 N, Longitude 3º W|
Transportation: Transportation facility in Liverpool makes it easy for the tourists to access the city. The port, railway system, airport and mersey crossings link the city with other regions. The Liverpool Airport which is in the heart of the city help the tourists to reach Liverpool easily. The Port of Liverpool is used by many passengers. The Isle of Man and Ireland are the two most important passenger routes. Merseyrail urban rail network serves the city. The sections in the city centre are mostly underground.
. Tourist Attractions: Situated across River Mersey, the city draws in thousands of tourists from every nook and corner of the world. Its world famous monuments and architecture attracts worldwide attention.
Hotels: The city offers an array of hotels that provide delicous food and luxurious treatment. There are four star, fiver star hotels as well as cheap hotels in Liverpool. Montreal Ltd, Liverpool Serviced Apartments, StayinLiverpool, The Dolby Hotel, Radisson SAS Liverpool, Britannia Adelphi Hotel, The Beatles Story, Crowne Plaza Liverpool and The Suites Hotel are some of them that provide all facilities for their guests according to their requirements.
Places of Attraction: Many well known architectures such as Peter Ellis, Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, John Foster, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Frederick Gibberd represent the city of Liverpool. Liverpool's waterfront declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site, reflects the city's importance in the development of the world's trading system and dock technology. Albert Dock, a well known non-combustible dock ware is also an attraction to the city. Merseyside Maritime Museum, Museum of Liverpool Life and the Tate Liverpool. Pier Head- the historic location of Liverpool's landing stages lure the tourists to the city. The city with many chrches is also a pilgrim center. It is also a home to one of the earliest mosques in Britain.
Last Updated on 26 march 2013