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3-day car route through the north of England

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I don't get tired of returning to England. In the last 12 months I have discovered three different areas of the country and each one surprises me more than the previous one.

On this occasion, I opted for a route by car which has led me to visit, for the first time, the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, and the calm, beautiful and bucolic nature of the Lake District. The feeling has not been different, returning very happy home and taking many unexpected discoveries.

Here you have the summary of this wonderful 3-day trip through the north of England:

We make a fascinating 3-day circuit in the north of England but, if you prefer, you can do one of 5 days also including Chester and varying the route according to your time availability. These types of products are ideal not to miss any detail of the destination. In the Logitravel website you can find a wide range of circuits in England Surely you will love it. You can also make the query, in person, in the store that Logitravel owns in Kinépolis, within the enclosure of the Image City of Madrid.

Liverpool ... Let it Be

Royal Albert Dock of Liverpool

'Let it be' was the title of the last studio album of 'The Beatles', coming to the market in May 1970. In addition to being one of the best LPs of the most famous band in the history of music, I find the perfect motto to apply to Liverpool. Let things happen ... And Liverpool surprised me every moment.

As I would later discover in Manchester, Liverpool has long since ceased to be an industrial city in which the most striking is football (and, in this case, 'The Beatles').

Walking along the pier called The Royal Albert Dock you realize that the city has been modernized and now has the privilege of having England's most visited outdoor tourist attraction (except London). The Royal Albert Dock is the key piece of the designated Liverpool area World Heritage for Unesco.

Through it, next to the waters of the Mersey River, locals and tourists walk equally. Its old red brick warehouses - which housed silks, tobacco, tea and many other merchandise from its inauguration, in 1846, until its decline, after World War II - they were deeply reformed at the beginning of the 80s and today they host restaurants, cafes, pubs and museums. Some of the latter as prestigious and interesting as the Tate Gallery from Liverpool. The wedge of one of the most important centers of modern art in the world can be seen in the magnificent exhibitions, both permanent and temporary, that can be admired inside.

Keith Haring exhibition at the Tate Gallery

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