Living and Working in Liverpool
Liverpool is a European Capital of Culture, heritage and people. With a beautiful juxtaposition of old and new architecture, green parks and old cobbled pathways, Liverpool is a lovely city to live in. There’s so much to see and do.
Liverpool hosts the largest collection of museums and galleries, and listed buildings outside of London, so there are plenty of treasures both ancient and modern for you to see. Explore the city via the water on one of the famous Mersey Ferry cruises or visit The Albert Dock, which boasts museums, galleries, bars and restaurants. You can also discover Liverpool’s musical heritage with ‘The Beatles Story’.
As you walk around the city you’ll see old mixed with new as Georgian style buildings mix with high-tech architecture. If sport takes your fancy then you can make a trip to Anfield, the home of Liverpool FC, or indeed Everton FC at Goodison Park.
There are plenty of unique neighbourhoods around the city each bringing their own character and charm. Referred to as ‘Quarters’, despite the fact there are a total of seven, these areas each contribute towards shaping the cosmopolitan City of Liverpool that we see today. Be sure to visit the history and charm of the Georgian Quarter, listen to music or grab a bite to eat in the Cavern Quarter, enjoy the colour and culture brought to you in Chinatown or mix with the creatives in the unique bars and hip music venues in the Baltic Triangle.
Looking further afield, the areas surrounding Liverpool are home to beaches, green parks and expansive coastline with beautiful scenery, perfect for a weekend escape.
Liverpool truly is an exciting and interesting place to live and work.