Vi­va­cious van­cou­ver

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Van­cou­ver proudly holds its sta­tus as “one of the most live­able cities in the world”. Dis­cover why in­side

Liver­pool is The Bea­tles, UNESCO, and football. Liver­pool is Guin­ness World Record’s “World Cap­i­tal City of Pop”— thanks to the pop­u­lar­ity of The Bea­tles. The Liver­pool Mar­itime Mer­can­tile City is a Unesco-des­ig­nated World Her­itage Site. It com­prises six lo­ca­tions in the city cen­tre, in­clud­ing the Pier Head, Al­bert Dock, and Wil­liam Brown Street, and in­cludes many of the city’s most fa­mous land­marks. Liver­pool is also home to two Premier League football clubs— Liver­pool and Ever­ton. The world-fa­mous Grand Na­tional also takes places an­nu­ally at Ain­tree Race­course on the out­skirts of the city. A visit to Liver­pool is never com­plete with­out rem­i­nisc­ing the world of pop cul­ture and beat at the award-win­ning Bea­tles Story, the world’s largest per­ma­nent dis­play, purely de­voted to the lives and times of The Bea­tles. Lo­cated in the Fab Four’s home­town on the stun­ning Al­bert Dock, the Bea­tles Story takes visi­tors on an at­mo­spheric jour­ney through the lives, times, cul­ture and, mu­sic of The Bea­tles. Ex­plore a mag­i­cal history ex­trav­a­ganza and ob­serve how four young lads from Liver­pool were cat­a­pulted onto the dizzy heights of world­wide fame and for­tune to be­come the great­est band of all time. Walk right back to the place where it started and hang out at the Cas­bah Cof­fee Club, or ex­plore the stun­ning replica of the Cav­ern Club. Lis­ten to The Bea­tles story un­fold through the “Liv­ing History” au­dio guides avail­able in ten dif­fer­ent lan­guages, beau­ti­fully nar­rated by John Len­non’s sis­ter, Ju­lia.

full of le­gends

Liver­pool (left) is the world’s cap­i­tal of pop—thanks to The Bea­tles. The house where John Len­non grew up in Woolton is still in­tact (Mendips, 251 Menlove Av­enue); Manch­ester is the birthplace of one of the world’s most fa­mous football clubs, Manch­ester United

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