The Albert Dock was built in 1846 and was an important port of Liverpool. Nowadays, the best restaurants, bars and museums in Liverpool are gathered here, and the Beatles Museum is also nearby.
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Liverpool’s most important representative attraction is also a good place to visit and memorable. The construction area of the entire dock is also quite large. You can also see many unique ships here, and the architectural style is also quite good.
Liverpool was originally an old industrial city during the Industrial Revolution, especially the trading terminal and shipbuilding industry. Now that it has fallen, the dock has been transformed into a cultural and creative area with various museums, restaurants and shops, including the Liverpool branch of the Tate Gallery.
Albert Dock is one of the most famous attractions in Liverpool. There are the Three Goddesses of the Sea, the Liverpool Museum, the Beatles Museum, and the submarine hotel where flowers and teenagers stayed when they came to shoot. In addition, there are many delicious restaurants here, the point is! Have! grid! Tune! The restaurants here are decorated in different styles, including retro Roman style, circus style, and elegant small deck style. In short, each restaurant has its own flavor, and there are also very delicious afternoon tea and beer. The picture below shows a family Afternoon tea in the restaurant, the hanging restaurant is interesting and delicious, it is a good place to show the circle of friends~~
The attractions of Liverpool TOP1 are because of the port, the wind is very big, no wind or wind is not big, it is suitable to walk on the beach. It is particularly strange that the water in the sea is very muddy. The inland water is very clear across the wall. It is not far from the city center. It takes more than 10 minutes to walk.
In 1715 Liverpool built Britain's first dock, and the profits from the slave trade helped the city prosper quickly. By the end of the 18th century, Liverpool controlled 41% of the slave trade in Europe and 80% of the British slave trade. At the same time, it was also one of the main regions of the British Industrial Revolution. By the beginning of the nineteenth century, 40% of world trade passed through the Liverpool Dockyard. In 1830, the world's first passenger railway opened between Liverpool and Manchester. Liverpool’s population continued to increase rapidly, eventually becoming the second largest city in the UK.
The Albert Dock is an important attraction in Liverpool and the key to understanding the history of the city. Alport Wharf was an important port of Liverpool at that time. Now the old warehouses of the wharf have been transformed into shops, apartments, restaurants, bars, hotels, galleries and museums, scattered here, including the Beatles, London Tate Gallery branch, etc. For many museums, it is recommended to choose a hotel near Albert Port when choosing a residence. The view at night is great.