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Liverpool Lime Street railway station take you to the heart of the city

Originally built in 1836, Liverpool Lime Street railway station is arguably the city's most important transport hub. It can be found at the heart of the city close to both the historic Liverpool Empire theatre and the stunning St George's Hall, an impressive venue which hosts a range of events and exhibitions.

Immerse yourself in Beatlemania

There is a huge amount to see and do in Liverpool, but a trip to the city would simply not be complete without exploring the history of its most famous sons. Head to The Beatles Story on Albert Dock to learn more about how the Fab Four became the biggest band in the world, while you can also take a taxi tour to see where each member of the band grew up. Finally, round off your day by heading to the historic Cavern Club for a drink and to enjoy some fantastic live music.

Footballing rivalries and incredible art

Sports fans will of course be in their element in Liverpool, with the city being home to one of the great footballing rivalries. If art and culture is more your cup of tea, take a trip to the Tate Liverpool to enjoy some of the greatest contemporary art in the world. Planning a trip to Liverpool Lime Street railway station? Travelodge Liverpool Central Hotel is less than a 10-minute walk away, while Travelodge Liverpool Central The Strand Hotel is ideal if you're keen to explore the Albert Dock area while in the city.