Liverpool is one of the UK’s most famous cities and it is also one of the most visited. Naturally at the moment getting out and about to see what this northern city has to offer is not possible, given that we are all on lockdown.
What you are going to be able to do however is to whet your appetite for when you are able to visit Liverpool, by checking out an awesome virtual tour which has been put together. The guys at Liverpool One have put a great tour together along with the #LiverpoolVirtualTour hashtag, and here are just some of the cool sights which you can see.
This Grade II listed building is always a popular spot for tourists and seeing it online is almost as impressive. The tour leads you through this majestic church and even gives you the background organ music which sounds absolutely incredible and adds a real depth to the tour.
The arch at the entrance to Chinatown in Liverpool is the biggest of its kind outside of China and you can enjoy it in all of its glory when you take the virtual tour. You may not be able to experience the delicious smells which this street usually emits but you will still be able to move the camera around the entrance and see the arch and the striking colors.
The Pier Head
On this virtual tour you will be able to take in 3 iconic landmarks in a single shot. From Pier Head you are able to see what is colloquially known as the ‘Three Graces” which are the Liver Building, the Cunard building and the Port of Liverpool building. Witnessing it on a virtual tour like this is amazing and you are able to get different views and angles of each of the iconic buildings. Make sure that you zoom into the Liver Building on your left where you’ll see two Liver birds stood proudly on top, these birds have become an important symbol for the city.
Simply because you are not able to travel to Liverpool just now doesn’t mean that you can’t get a taste for what this city has to offer. Jump online and take part in one of these amazing virtual tours which will certainly inspire you to get booked up once this situation is over. Once you have checked out all of the virtual tours, we’d love you to come back and let us know what you thought.