Bank Holiday’s are always fantastic; we get three days off, a lie in on Monday morning and a chance to completely forget about work (well, except those of us who work in the hospitality industry)! With this is mind, we are sure you want to make the most of the bank holiday weekend. Follow our guide to find out how...
Head down to the Albert Dock, where you can enjoy a multitude of events and attractions, in one concise location. When in Liverpool, it’s an unwritten law that you must do something Beatles related, so we obviously have to recommend taking a visit to The Beatles Story. Even if you’re not a diehard fab four fan, you'll be transported back across the decades to to a time when Liverpool - and the world - were enjoying a new dawn of modern popular music. Finish your day with a cocktail at Bar Four, Hard Days Night Hotel - the world’s only Beatles Themed hotel.
Bold Street is a melting pot of eateries and some of the best restaurants that Liverpool has to offer. Whether you’re looking for something exotic - or middle of the road - you’re sure to find something for you. Personally, we are big fans of the exotic tastes on offer and have recently enjoyed the delicacies found at Kasbah. This Moroccan gem is a real treat, bringing a real piece of North Africa to the region. All decorations and wall art is available to purchase, and we struggle to keep our hands out of our purses...
We are big fans of Leaf, and we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share with our readers one of the best breakfasts from Manchester. How else to make the most of Bank Holiday Monday Morning than sampling one the most delicious dishes on offer. Having visited (a lot!) in the last couple of months, we’d recommend trying the eggs benedict, the cinnamon toast - or, if you’re after a real hearty treat, the full English.
After you’ve enjoyed a great breakfast in the city, head to one of Liverpool’s most beautiful outdoors spaces - Sefton Park- to clear those final cobwebs and ease yourself into watching Monday night soaps. Located just a short drive from the city centre, you’ll be afforded some great walks, the perfect Instagram shots and a chance to feed the ducks! Head to the Palm House - which is arguably Sefton Park’s most popular site for visitors which is packed full of exoctic plants and greenery - but don’t pass up the opportunity to take a leisurely stroll around the boating lake before grabbing a hot tea and cake from the Oasis cafe.
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