Perhaps someone knowledgable on the subject could add a section specifically devoted to Beatles themed tourism in Liverpool?
Whilst a taxi from Liverpool Airport into Liverpool is a reasonable option, a taxi from MANCHESTER airport is only likely to appeal to those with money to burn, or those landing in the middle of the night - it will cost at least £50 - ie $80.
Better to get the train, which goes direct from the station in the airport to Lime Street station in Liverpool, and spend the money you save in the pub when you get there.
Exile 17:52, 2 Jun 2005 (EDT)
I may be exhibiting bias here but I believe the statistics show that Liverpool is safer than most cities of its size (1 million population including suburbs). The areas to steer clear of are the areas around Lime Street and the University AFTER MIDNIGHT - these are the areas for prostiution and drugs (unless that's what you're here for of course....)
"UK mainland" is not correct terminology in comparison to the Isle of Man, as it isn't in the UK itself. Unless the phrase was implying that they had also set up outlets previously on the Isle of Wight, Orkneys or Hebrides.
18.104.22.168 07:55, 8 February 2008 (EST)
Fab Cafe has closed down now, I live opposite the old site.
The Drink section was divided mainly into a subsection about real ale. I thought vicinities subsections would make more sense so I changed it. -- Darrelljon 15:36, 4 October 2009 (EDT)
the mathew st festival no longer exists , its name and format have been junked and a charge is now made for the 2 pierhead stages , free events are now more focused in sefton park and wiliamson sq , its now called liverpool international music festival and now has more real bands and less tribute acts.
dr duncans pub has closed may re open in the future this is due to the brewer cains closing down so may effect several pubs.
the duck marine has had its license removed , when it does go it is no longer allowed in the water due to mechanical faults and sinkings. —The preceding comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs)