Take a trip down Hope Street

Liverpool, Merseyside

Home to two cathedrals, two theatres, the city's Philharmonic Orchestra and some of the best food and drink around, the Hope Street Quarter is one of the most historic in Liverpool.

The most famous assets of this Georgian district are two spectacular cathedrals - Liverpool Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King - bookending this vibrant street and those which run off it.

Hope Street is also home to some of the city’s most exciting recent openings, including the newly renovated Everyman theatre, which is the heartbeat of drama in the city, and further down is Philharmonic Hall, which has also undergone a complete renovation and will once again leading classical and contemporary concerts. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay, look no further than the Grade II listed B&B, 2 Blackburne Terrace.

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Entrance to the Everyman theatreLiverpool Everyman © Philip Vine / Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse

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