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Liverpool named number 3 in top cities in world to visit in 2014.

Travel bible Rough Guides names Liverpool the top UK city and third in world for people to visit this year.

Liverpool, once named the world’s pop music capital, has rediscovered its mojo. And guess what? It’s setting trends again. Visit in 2014 to experience the Liverpool Biennial, a ten-week-long contemporary arts festival over the summer that sees the city filled with works from around the world.

"Also keep an eye out for new creative quarters like the Baltic Triangle, where bars and fashion studios are springing up in old, brick-built warehouses near the Mersey."

Brazil’s Carnaval capital Rio was named top spot ahead of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Sarajevo while Glasgow was named number nine.
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Liverpool is bursting with history, culture and life.

The city boasts 2 great Cathedrals, many great sporting heroes, talented musicians and brilliant artists. The university is thriving, and the football teams are the best in the country.

Liverpudlians, like the city itself, are a bold and brash bunch that are fiercely proud of their regional identity. Typified by an instantly recognisable accent, true Liverpudlians speak ‘Scouse’.

Whether you are a visitor, planning a visit or a resident in the Liverpool area, we hope you find our information useful.

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