The River Mersey is 110 km long, with its source near Manchester, and its mouth at Liverpool Bay, where it empties into the Irish Sea, with the Atlantic beyond and America, the land of opportunity and dreams of a better life for many emigrants fleeing Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Whether you’re cruising into Liverpool or starting your journey at Liverpool cruise terminal (or nearby at for example Crowne Plaza Liverpool, with its rich cultural, historical and musical history, we’ve made a to-do list of must see sights near to the Port of Liverpool!
Liverpool can be considered a foodie heaven, in fact it is so good, that we even have a dish named after us- Scouse.
So, whether you’re visiting Liverpool for just a weekend or a week, here are some of the best places to eat when in the city! We have broken Scouse eateries down into 5 simple categories which should help when deciding where to go and what to choose.