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Liverpool is, of course, already famous as the birthplace of The Beatles and the home of one of the world's most well known football/Soccer clubs, the city's other cultural assets are justifiably touted as some of the finest in Europe. With more theatres, museums and galleries than any other UK city outside London, Liverpool's history as one of the world's great ports has left a remarkable legacy of art and architecture that gives it a distinctive look and unique atmosphere.
Liverpool was once a thriving port at the forefront of world trade, and today the city boasts some stunning architecture that is testament to its former wealth and status.
Liverpool has recently undergone extensive restoration and rejuvenation, and as a result today it is one of England's most exciting and interesting cities.
With interesting museums, superb art galleries and world class tourist attractions, Liverpool is definitely worth a visit.
Liverpool is also one of the world's great sporting cities with horse racing at Aintree and Haydock, 40 golf courses - seven of which are Championship standard, including the Royals Birkdale and Lytham, not to mention Liverpool and Everton FC.
So if it's Strawberry Fields, Premiership football or Europe's finest culture you're looking for, Liverpool should be up there on your holiday shortlist.