Your group stay in Liverpool
After London, Liverpool is probably one of the cities that best sums up England among non-British people. The city on the banks of the Mersey River has seen two of England's most famous contemporary cities, the Beatles and the Liverpool Football Club, flourish. Two reasons to bring your group there during your group stay in England. Very well served by Low Cost Easy Jet or Ryan Air, Liverpool's John Lennon Airport will allow you to easily reach Liverpool with your group. In terms of accommodation, the city, whose tourist attractiveness is increasing, now has a rich and varied hotel park. You will find hotels of all styles to organize your group trip to Liverpool. Depending on the neighbourhood, luxury or cheap hotels can accommodate your group. Groupcorner makes it easy for you by selecting the best hotels in Liverpool to stay with your group.
Hard hit by the economic crisis in the last quarter of the 20th century, Liverpool has lifted its head and is now showing incredible dynamism. The traces of the crisis are still visible and superb listed monuments stand alongside industrial wastelands, giving Liverpool a unique character of its own. However, the city is changing radically in the image of its docks. Left abandoned for several decades, they have been renovated and the Albert Dock is now a must for any visit to Liverpool. It is the largest group of listed buildings in Great Britain and, since their restoration, they have housed bars, shops and galleries. The Albert Dock has thus become a fantastic place to live and relax where your group will enjoy a walk. Your group's art lovers will also benefit from the Tate Liverpool Museum, the largest collection of modern and contemporary art in England outside London. During your group stay in Liverpool, your group will visit two of the city's most emblematic sites: Anfiled Road and Mathew Street. The latter saw the beginnings of the Beatles and is now a true pilgrimage place for all the fans of the Liverpool band. Anfield Road is the stadium that has seen the achievements of Liverpool FC's football club. Attending a match in the bays of Anfield Road and listening to the audience sing the club's anthem in chorus, "You'll never walk alone", remains a special moment for any football fan. Unfortunately, places are scarce and very expensive.