Liverpool has changed beyond all recognition since BAPS’ last Congress there in 1999 and BAPS is delighted to be returning in 2018. Touted as one of the most exciting places to visit in 2018 by both The Times and The Guardian, it has served as European Capital of Culture in 2008 and the rich heritage continues to grow. World renowned as the home of the Beatles, The Cavern Club, Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs and the Albert Docks, you can now add the the World Museum with its exhibit of the Terracotta Warriors; Tate Liverpool featuring works by Egon Schiele and Francesa Woodman; the RIBA North for lovers of architecture. Where else but Liverpool would you find Grade 1 listed men’s toilets opposite the home of a world class orchestra?
Liverpool’s Chinatown is the oldest in Europe. Peruse Professor Paul Losty’s picks of Liverpool’s best Asian restaurants.
Bohemian Bold Street has a high concentration of restaurants and the Turnocks rate Mowgli and Maray.
Rick and Colette Turnock’s recommendations
The Turnock’s have provided a comprehensive guide of their favourite eateries in their home patch.
Less than a mile from The ACC is Liverpool One which is home to over 170 shops, bars and restaurants.
For Outlet Shopping visit Cheshire Oaks en route to the ACC.
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