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Ranked 1st among “UK’s top 10 kindest cities” (2017)
Rough Guide rated Liverpool “fourth most friendly city in the world” (2016)
YouGov ranked Liverpool as “the friendliest city in the UK” (2015)
The Guardian rated Liverpool as one of the UK’s “happiest places to work” (2016)
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The birthplace of pop music; dozens of theatres, galleries and museums (second only to London); Premier League football at Liverpool and Everton; famous rugby clubs like St Helens and Widnes; two Open Championship golf courses; a UNESCO World Heritage site; new restaurants and bars; our legendary nightlife; and iconic waterfront.
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Latest Life in Liverpool news
New £20m theatre to boost city’s music scene
A new, 400-seat performance auditorium will be built by the University of Liverpool, to enrich the cultural life of the city and deliver real world experience to students.
Liverpool named one of the best places to visit in the UK
Liverpool has today been named the third best-rated destination in the UK in the annual Travellers’ Choice awards…
Cruise Season Brings £12 million boost
Last year Liverpool Cruise Terminal welcomed 57 vessels carrying more than 100,000 passengers and crew and this year those figures will rise to 86 vessels and 165,000 people.
Ryanair subsidiary Laudamotion announces new Austrian route from Liverpool
Austrian airline Laudamotion is to become the latest airline to operate from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, having today (20th March 2019) announced plans to commence a twice-weekly service from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) to Vienna, starting in Winter 2019.
BLOCKBUSTER EXHIBITIONS SEE LIVERPOOL’S FIGURES SOAR
Thanks to the overwhelming success of China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors, which attracted more than 610,000 visitors, making it one of the best attended exhibitions in the UK, World Museum rocketed up 30 places.
MAJOR MILESTONE REACHED FOR LIVERPOOL HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINK
Liverpool City Region’s campaign for high-speed rail links has reached a major milestone with the publication of a £70 billion plan to transform the North’s transport infrastructure over the next 30 years.
Next stage of Liverpool City Region Bus and Cycling Network Development Given the Go-ahead
Nearly half a million pounds worth of funding to support the development of green bus corridors and the city region’s cycling and walking network has been given the green light by the Combined Authority.