A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to travel to the UK with Visit Britain as a representative of The Travel Manuel, one of my favourite South African Travel blogs, seriously Vaughn is one of the nicest humans I’ve ever met! Anyways, I wrote an article for The Travel Manuel on my Liverpool hi-lights favourite things to do and experiences while in Liverpool but I thought I’d share a photo series I shot while exploring the Liverpool Waterfront with you guys!
I really loved Liverpool, and after Oxford I think it’s by far one of my favourite cities in the UK. The city’s mix of history, music and all round friendliness that made me feel like I was on a big adventure when I was wondering through its streets. One of my favourite places was the Liverpool Waterfront, I discovered it on my first afternoon in the city and returned there quite a few times just to stroll around and take in my surroundings. I wouldn’t say it’s the world’s prettiest waterfront but I will say it’s one of the most interesting.
Liverpool’s Waterfront is filled with Museums (ever heard of the TATE?), rides, memorials and just people going about their daily business. I especially liked finding a bench and just watching people go by! On my final morning in Liverpool I took a few minutes to myself and shot some images of the waterfront that, for me, sum up the essence of the public space perfectly!
If you’re planning on visiting Liverpool or have any questions about the city just pop me a mail or use the comments section below or visit the Visit Britain Website.