Best places to visit in the North-West!
Call us biased, but the North West of England is one of the most interesting and beautiful places in the country and right across Europe! From the stunning countryside landscapes to the magnificent coastlines, the North West truly has it all! That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best places to visit in the North West this Spring.
Manchester is often overlooked by many, but it’s a place not to be missed! Manchester has a great history of science, music and sport that visitors should embrace while here. A wide-range of museums, galleries, shops, cafes and restaurants means there is more than plenty to do in this city. Manchester is also home to all things football. Whether you’re a red or a blue, take a tour around the National Football Museum located in the city centre. Home to many famous musicians such as Oasis and The Smiths, Manchester is always alive with music wherever you find yourself! Not forgetting Media City which has the Lowry theatre and home to both the BBC and ITV studios. It is safe to say that Manchester has everything!
Famous for its football, music and culture, there is something to charm everyone here in the heart of Merseyside. Catch a ferry across the River Mersey and take in the stunning coastline. Wander through the City Centre and checkout Liverpool One shopping mall. Catch an up-and-coming star at the Cavern Club, the same place where the Beatles made their debut! Visit the world-famous Royal Albert Dock and learn how Liverpool became the leading city during the industrial revolution. Liverpool is definitely a city to shout about!
Chester is not only one of the oldest cities in England but historically one of the most important! Chester was once the beating heart of Roman Britain and much of its original architecture is still around today! Most buildings are half-timbered and evoked with classic dark interior from the Tudor times. Don’t forget to visit the hundreds of shops in the city centre which are home to some of the oldest buildings in the country. Chester is a city with some great stories to tell.
Southport is the perfect place to escape for a day out or getaway weekend! Southport boasts 22 miles of coast starting at Crosby Beach where you’ll find a haven of different things to do! The coastal town plays host to a number of events throughout the year including the Southport Air Show and Food and Drink Festival. With vintage boutique hotels, cosy guest houses and luxurious B&B’s, Southport will always be your home away from home!
Lying on the River Lune, it is no surprise that Lancaster is one of England’s most loved Heritage cities. Lancaster has one of the most captivating past and present cultures that will have you coming back here time and time again! Bask in the great outdoors or try one of the many old-world pubs. Whatever you decide to do here, there’s no doubt you’ll be visiting again before you know it!