5 places to visit using what3words

Thursday 21st October 2021

what3words has created a simple way to talk about location. They have divided the world into 3 metre squares and gave each square a unique combination of three words: a what3words address.

It’s the easiest way to find and share exact locations and is used by millions of people around the world.

We’ve recently teamed up with them to show you some of the fantastic places to visit on our network. Download the free what3words app and use it to find the precise location for these points of interest.


An iconic statue of the Fab Four, in their hometown. The Beatles Statue arrived on
Liverpool's Waterfront in December 2015. Only a 19 minute walk From Liverpool Lime Street, the statue can be found by typing ///sits.stray.tummy into the what3words app.


Situated 24 minutes’ walk away from Edinburgh Waverley, you can find Dean Village, a beautiful oasis right by the Water of Leith. If you’re heading to Edinburgh with us soon, check out this view by searching ///lift.wire.voted on the what3words app.


Durham Cathedral
was built in 1093 and is renowned its magnificent Romanesque architecture and spectacular location in the city. Conveniently located 13 minutes’ walk away from Durham Station, the associated three words are ///knee.keep.else


York Minster
is one of the world's most magnificent cathedrals and is a short 16-minute walk from York Station. If you’re planning a visit to York, search ///moves.bright.blows through what3words.


Fancy some traditional German food and pilsner beers on tap? Then look no further than Albert’s Schloss in Manchester! The three words you need are ///jaws.swaps.scope and it’s only a 9 minute walk from Manchester Oxford Road station.

Want to explore using what3words on your next journey with us? You can find out more and download their app here: https://what3words.com/about/

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