52 Hours In Liverpool...

By Lucy Harbron - 14:57

Grand Central Hall, Renshaw Street
Jeans- H&M
Shoes- Clarks
Jacket- Vintage
Neckscarf- Vintage
Top- Primark

69A, Renshaw Street
Bold Street - Full of amazing vintage/independent shops 

ChinaTown, Nelson Street
A Lovely Word poetry open mic, The Everyman Theatre, Hope Street
Liverpool ONE
Albert Dock & TATE 
Cavern Club, Matthew Street
Bold Street Coffee (greatest coffee i've ever tasted!)
Jeans- H&M
Top- Primark
Jacket- Vintage
Bold Street
My Pho (best noodles), Ranelagh Street
I've just returned from a short trip to Liverpool with my bestie Grace. We knew we wanted to go away to a city in England but prior to going to Liverpool neither of us knew anything about the city or what was there other than we had no interest in doing the Beatles experience. We did a little research and quickly discovered how easy it would be to dive into the city and found so much stuff to do.

If you're looking for a chill, leisurely break definitely consider Liverpool. Each street is packed with shops and restaurants, both independent and big international brands. For vintage and one-off shops and cafes, head to Bold Street, for some serious spending, go to Liverpool ONE. We stumbled across so so many interesting things such as a leaflet for a live poetry night, a radical & community bookshop and a psychedelic band playing in the middle of a street. It's endless and it was nice to visit a place that has such obvious, amazing character, it's hard to ignore it's charm. Also, everything is so cheap! We got full Korean meals for £5, toasties for £2.50 and pretty much all the tourist attractions are free s you don't have to splash out just to fill your time.

We stayed at the Lord Nelson Hotel on Hotham Street. If you want a basic hotel definitely check this one out, it's directly outside the station so is a prime location (and is right near a Wetherspoons, bonus). Staying near the station is so simple as it makes it really easy to navigate the city and be able to find your way back as there's loads of signs.

Put simply, if you want a cheap, chill long weekend, think about catching a train to Liverpool.

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