The Beatles, Steven Gerrard and Scousers (naturally.) With over 6000 new businesses created in 2014 alone and billions of pounds worth of investment, it is no surprise that the self-named “World in One City” and 2008 Capital of Culture is going from strength to strength.
As well as providing stunning scenery at Formby beach, with its spectacular sand-dunes and endangered red squirrels, the coast-line plays a vital role in economic and international terms.
The ports and docks along the banks of River Mersey provide the city with a plethora of trade and shipping opportunities, as well as aiding the city’s thriving tourism sector. Until 2012 Liverpool’s docks only had a “stop-off” status.
This has now been updated to “turnaround,” which means that cruise ships can now start and end their journeys from Liverpool. This momentous change of status was marked by the departure of a cruise ship in May 2012 which headed for the fjords of Norway.
Amongst others, sport is an area in which Liverpool excels, with a special focus on football and horse racing.
The Grand National takes place annually at Aintree Racecourse and is arguably the most famous horse race, attracting horse owners and jockeys from all corners of the world, as well as drawing an estimated 600 million viewers in approximately 140 countries.
As well as hosting one of the world’s most renowned steeplechases, Liverpool is also home to two of the best premier league football teams; Liverpool FC and Everton. Between them they have won over 25 English First Division titles, 12 FA Cup titles and 5 European Cup titles, to name a few.
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