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05, Sep 2019

Relaxing places to go to when you’re In Liverpool


In a place like Liverpool, where every day is filled with constant hustle and bustle, it could be difficult to find a place to embrace silence. If you want to get some places away and clear your head, Liverpool has plenty of such spaces around the city which may not be as busy as Merseyside.
Here are some incredible spots where you can go for relaxing when you’re visiting Liverpool.

1.Central Library



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If you’re a book lover, this is a must visit place for you. The Central Library is one of Liverpool’s most beautiful attractions and is a haven for anyone looking for some peace and quiet. Take the opportunity to indulge in the library’s selection of books, CDs and DVDs or discover the famous collection of rare books in the Hornby Library and Oak Room. You can even relax in the impressive Picton Reading Room, where you can spend some time alone.


2. Greenbank Park



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The Greenbank Park is lesser known than the likes of Sefton and Newsham Parks, yet it offers a tranquil experience filled with beautiful views. If you’ve got enough time on your hands when you’re in Liverpool, make sure to stroll around the peaceful lake and conservation area here and even spend some time fishing. The park also has a walled garden where you can spend some alone time.


3. St James Garden



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After you’re done exploring the Liverpool Cathedral, head over to its secluded grounds and enjoy a quiet time. St James Gardens at the cathedral are a little oasis of peace and are perfect for exploring. Whether you’re going here alone or going with family, you’re sure to love the aura of this place. You can even check out the natural spring and the Huskisson memorial.


4. Speke Hall



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Step into another time and find an absolutely relaxing atmosphere at Speke Hall. Find an ancient oak tree designed to celebrate the fairy kingdom and a hidden garden filled with daffodils when you come here. Speke Hall offers peaceful seclusion and a wonderful opportunity to relax as you explore nature.


5. The Ferry Tavern



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When you have some time on your hands, take a short drive from Liverpool and head to The Ferry Tavern. This cosy pub sits on its very own island. Sandwiched between the Mersey and the Sankey to St Helens canal, The Ferry Tavern is the perfect retreat which offers views of the river from its beer garden. This is one pub that is sure to provide the most relaxing atmosphere you can imagine.


6. White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen



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Try some relaxation activity, and a wonderful meal, at the White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen on Cook Street. This place combines a yoga studio with a vegan and vegetarian health food café. The yoga studio also offers a full programme of yoga, meditation and relaxation classes which are open to men and women of all ages and abilities.


7. Formby Red Squirrel Reserve



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Spend time among red squirrels, natterjacks, prehistoric footprints and miles of coastal walks at the Formby Red Squirrel Reserve. This is the perfect place to enjoy a drop of fresh air and marvel at nature in peace. The coastal walk offers sea views, and the fact that you can watch the surrounding nature is an added perk to your relaxation time.


8. Chavasse Park



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The huge grassy park at Liverpool ONE offers plenty of space to sit down with a blanket and read a book, or even lay down for a bit of cloud watching. The grassy steps are a wonderful place to unwind when you’re spending the summer in Liverpool. You can head towards John Lewis and pick a spot in the sun for a coffee or lunch break to relax from your shopping adventures.


9.St Nicholas Church



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If there’s a place in Liverpool that offers sanctuary, reflection and a stunning view where you can lose your thoughts, it’s the grounds of St Nicholas Church. Overlooking the Three Graces and River Mersey, this church is littered with beautiful tributes that gives travelers the perfect opportunity to pause and breathe.

Whether you want to party in Liverpool or just have a relaxing vacation, there are plenty of places in the city for everyone’s preferences. Explore the best of the city by staying at FM Living, our comfortable serviced apartments in the heart of Liverpool. Book your stay today.

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