Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Be a tourist for the day in Liverpool!*

Being a tourist is my idea of the perfect day out whether that is discovering new places to eat and drink, visiting famous landmarks or simply just exploring the streets it really is always a fun way to spend your time. However, what I don't want during this time is to be walking around with my suitcase or bags all day when i'm trying to see the sights, and that my friends is where Excess Baggage [www.excess-baggage.com] come in handy! They are a company that provide safe storage for your luggage for as long as you want, which is ideal for a tourist day out. Excess baggage are located in train stations up and down the country including Liverpool Lime Street, Edinburgh Waverly, Birmingham New Street, Glasgow Central Station, London Euston and Manchester Piccadilly. 
I may be a little biased but I personally love exploring my home city of Liverpool. There is so much to see and do including visiting the Cavern club home of the Beatles, exploring the Albert Dock and its wonderful museums, sight seeing at the Liverpool FC or Everton FC stadiums, going on a shopping spree in Liverpool One and watching a show in the Empire theatre. So if you fancy a day trip out without the hastle of carrying bags this is your perfect solution. There are plenty of places to eat and drink around Liverpool with my personal favourites being the Smugglers Cove in the Albert Dock which has amazing food and cocktails, the Bierkeller where you can get a stein of beer bigger than your head and Lucha Libre which has some seriously tasty food and cocktails that will blow your mind. You could even finish your night off in one of Liverpool's lively nightclubs such as Popworld which has some serious cheesy tunes and great props available to buy behind the bar, Moloko which has the most beautiful cocktails and decor, or the brand new club Eletrik which is the go to place if you love a bit of rock or alternative music. 

Where are your favourite places to be a tourist? 

In collaboration with Excess Baggage*

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