Liverpool

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Liverpool

Famous for the Beatles, Everton and Liverpool football clubs, Liverpool became wealthy as a port during the slave trade and following the Industrial Revolution. Nowadays its dark satanic mills have been transformed by some stunning re-developments, with the Tate Gallery in Albert Dock leading the way.

 

Liverpools’s hottest bars

Originally a city that blossomed during the Industrial Revolution, Liverpool has worked hard to break free from the mould and develop into a cultural capital. Nowadays, it’s one of the most diverse cities in the UK when it comes to its thriving bar scene.

If you’re in town, head to the bustling city centre and try out some of the best bars and pubs that Liverpool has to offer. First stop is the Camel Club, a well-hidden hotspot in the Ropewalks neighbourhood that is adorned with Moroccan-inspired interiors, giving it an exciting, exotic feel. If you’re into sipping on delectable drinks with your friends and lounging on plush, cushion-strewn sofas then this is the place for you. Next, pop on over to Seel Street and visit Salt Dog Slim’s, a popular, American-style dive bar that ticks all the right boxes. Enjoy one of their legendary hot dogs or head straight up stairs to the industrial, rustic-looking bar and indulge in an inventive concoction or a beautifully chilled bottle of craft beer. In the mood for a more elegant affair? Slip on over to Pima in the Hilton Liverpool, a modern hotel bar with a hint of a retro vibe – the perfect place to sample carefully curated tipples and dance the night away in style.

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