Liverpool Culture & History
Although most people will know of the term ‘Scouser’ to define someone who originates from Liverpool, the term comes from a local stew called scouse, which is usually made with beef or lamb. Whether the term was around when Liverpool was granted city status in 1880 is unknown.
Liverpool's Famous For
The Beatles of course, Cilla Black and Atomic Kitten
Liverpool Travel Info
Buses and the Merseyrail will get you everywhere you need to go in Liverpool. You can even hop on the Mersey Ferry if you fancy a nice tour and overview of the River Mersey. Should you wish to get about via trail then you’ll want to head to Lime Street Station.
Liverpool Hen Ideas
If you’re looking to spend a day shopping in Liverpool then look no further than the Liverpool ONE complex. Your mind will boggle at the amount of stores available, and there is also an Odeon cinema and indoor adventure golf course contained within Liverpool ONE. You need not leave at all once you’re there!
There are three main areas that you’ll want to frequent on your hen night, these being Concert Square with its well-known bars such as Revolution Vodka Bar, Walkabout and Yate’s. There is also Seel Street, where you’ll find Alma de Cuba, a magnificent restaurant and bar situated in a converted Catholic church. Matthew Street is where you can find the infamous Cavern Club, essential to at least visit if you are a Beatles fan. If you are a big Beatles fan then you’ll also want to visit the Hard Days Night Hotel, as you’ve probably gathered it’s a Beatles themed hotel!