Living in the middle of nowhere comes with a lot of drawbacks. Over expensive properties, exhausting commute and hardly any places to socialize. If you are confined to a place like that and are looking for a better place to reside at, we are here with some awesome reasons that will make you consider moving to Liverpool. With skyscrapers, beaches, parkland and other vistas, you can never have enough of the city. That being said, the spectacular views are not all that it has to offer. It also has a lot to offer in terms of culture and convenience. If you are a fun-loving person looking for a zesty life, take a look at reasons why you should consider moving to Liverpool now!
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One of the most loved and sought after places, Waterfront has a breathtaking view and you are sure to adore it, especially at night. It has become a huge attraction for tourists sailing in the Mersey Ferry wanting to click some Instagram-worthy pictures. After all, who would not like to live around a place with Three Graces (Royal Liver Building which is home to liver birds), three national museums, a place for modern art in the north at Tate Liverpool, convention centres, galleries, arenas and more!
2. Greenery Galore
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Just when you thought it is all about the hustle and bustle and less about mother nature, you might be wrong. Liverpool has 43 beautiful green parks as well as outdoor play areas for children. Sefton Park is the biggest park in the city with 235 acres of green land, buzzing with dog walkers, runners, skaters and swan feeders. It comes to life when it hosts events like ‘Liverpool International Music Festival’ and ‘Africa Oye’. Stanley Park, located in the north of the city is popular for separating football clubs but is also known for its lakes, flora, and Isla Gladstone Conservatory.
3. Arts to Admire
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And now, let's talk about a treat for art lovers! If you are an art admirer hunting for internationally-acclaimed exhibitions and obscure art collections, Tate Liverpool in the North is the place to be. FACT, located across the town hosts awe-inspiring exhibitions themed around technology, future and art. The best way to start your day would be to visit The Bluecoat, the oldest building located in the city centre or the beautiful Walker Arts Gallery.
If you are a photographer, do not miss visiting the Open Eye Gallery on the Waterfront at which international exhibitions are held all year round. Last but not the least on your list, should be Liverpool Biennial, UK’s contemporary arts festival, which is usually organized between the months of July and October. Apart from the festival, Liverpool Biennial commissions an array of public works around the city. Which means, you will never fall short of art pieces to admire!
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Talk about Liverpool and the discussion on its nightlife is sure to happen. Whether you want to grab a chilled beer at pubs, order a cocktail at 8:00 am on a Wednesday or be at one-off warehouse parties, you can never fall short of options. If there's a party animal within you, it can definitely unleash itself for the nightlife at Liverpool.
5. Easy Accessibility to Other Cities
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With all that Liverpool has to offer, you would rarely want to go out and explore. However, if you want to visit northern cities like Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield, you can easily do so by railway or roadways. You can also board the train to London in two hours, get a flight across Europe from Liverpool John Lennon Airport or drive to the lake district in no time.
6. People That You'll Love to Meet
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Liverpool has a mix of adopted and native people who are lively, welcoming and have a great sense of humour. After all, people are what makes the city interesting, isn't it? Without them, Liverpool would just be a city full of buildings. So, go ahead, meet, greet and make some friends for life!
With all these and many more reasons which you might want to figure out on your own, moving to Liverpool is always a great idea! But before you start looking for a home for yourself or are just exploring the city for a future living, you might want to wind up at FM Living, your home away from home. Nestled in the heart of the city, it has the most luxurious and spacious rooms designed for your comfort and enjoyment. We hope to see you soon!