"The Albert Dock is home to some of the city's most impressive attractions"
1. The Panoramic
Liverpool has an abundance of well-reputed eateries to choose from, but few can boast the views that this place can. Set 34 floors up, the name The Panoramic says it all - incredible uninterrupted views across the city, river and surrounding landscape. The food is good, too, with recommendations in both the Good Food and Michelin guides, and the likes of scallops with suckling pig tortellini and apple panacotta on the menu.
Info: panoramicliverpool.com, 0151 236 5534
2. Mersey Ferries
There are some things that, however obvious, are a must-do in this city - and taking a ferry 'cross the Mersey, complete with singalong, is one of them. It's the best way to see the world-famous Pier Head waterfront, which, thanks to its three stunning Edwardian buildings and other historic areas of the city, qualifies Liverpool as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Info: merseyferries.co.uk, 0151 330 1444
3. Liverpool ONE
Shopping isn't a new pastime to Liverpool, but ONE has certainly revolutionised the experience. Costing £1bn and with 42 acres of retail wonderland, it features big brand names as well as smaller boutiques.
Info: liverpool-one.com, 0151 232 3100
4. Albert Dock
The Albert Dock is home to some of the city's most impressive attractions, including Tate Liverpool, which is the country's largest gallery of modern and contemporary art outside London, and the Maritime Museum, which tells the story of Liverpool's port.
Info: albertdock.com, 0151 708 7334
If you only see one sporting event in Liverpool, there's little to compare with the history and prestige of the Grand National. First held in 1839, Aintree's biggest event now attracts 600 million television viewers.
Info: aintree.co.uk, 0844 579 3001
6. Hard Day's Night Hotel
The city's first Fab Four-inspired hotel. Situated in a Grade II-listed building which was built in 1884, it has been transformed into a four-star luxury hotel full of memorabilia and images of Liverpool's most famous sons. There's even a Lennon Suite decked out in white, complete with a baby grand piano! And while you're in Liverpool, why not visit The Beatles Story with its amazing Fab 4D experience!
Fancy discovering Liverpool for yourself? Courtesy of the Hard Day's Night Hotel we are offering one lucky reader a night's stay for two in a luxury room complete with breakfast at the Beatles-inspired hotel - the perfect base for a day or two of Liverpudlian fun! There's also First Class train travel on FTPE too!