Your Guide to Liverpool Freshers 2019!
& other things to do when moving to Liverpool!
So you’ve finally finished school and college, now it’s time to party and study your passion!
But before you do, there are all kinds of events going on in Liverpool to help you celebrate. This is your guide to Liverpool Freshers Week 2019!
Read the Official Freshers page for all night time and dance events! Go to: https://www.liverpoolfreshers.co.uk/
Go to the Freshers Fair!
If you’re just moving to Liverpool and it’s your first time here in the city, I’d highly suggest going to the Freshers Fair – there you’ll be given loads of boss freebies and boss talks about our fabulous city.
You will be guided around and given maps to have a look around as you wish. There will also be free pizza, who can pass that up?
Take in the culture
We weren’t named capital of culture for nothing!
Make some time to visit our wonderful China Town and Albert Docks to learn the full history of Liverpool and it’s wonderful citizens.
I highly recommend visiting The Bombed Out church, located at the top of Bold Street – once a vacant church, now home to amazing events such as outdoor cinemas and Gin festivals!
The Magical Mystery Tour
You probably know that one great boss band that hailed from Liverpool, why not go on the Magical Mystery Tour?
This bus won’t only show you where the worlds greatest musicians grew up, but will give you a fantastic tour of the city in general.
If you’re really in to The Beatles, there is an entire museum dedicated to them! Visit The Beatles Story! Located at the Albert Docks.
Go on the Echo Wheel!
The best view of Liverpool and our wonderful River Mersey, the Echo Wheel is located right next to the M&S Arena, on our lovely waterfront.
While you’re there, make sure to take a walk around the gorgeous pierhead (I recommend going at sunset – what a sight!)
Spend your student loan at Liverpool One
Liverpool One is one of the best shopping experiences in Merseyside!
Find all your favourite restaurants and retail stores there to take the edge of your stressful studies. Go on Freshers Week for boss deals and discounts!
Visit Central Library
The best place for quiet study or a little browse, the central library is four floors of book heaven!
The Picton Room is one of the most gorgeous places in the city.
Don’t miss out!
Take the Anfield tour!
Fan of footy? Take a tour around the Kop!
Learn the whole history of LFC and the city too! If you don’t swing that way, there is also the Goodison stadium tour too!
Visit the two Cathedrals
That’s right, we have two cathedrals in this city!
Both absolutely spectacular and breathtaking in their own way, if you’re at John Moores, you will graduate in the Anglican!
A gorgeous building that was 72 years in the making! On your way to the Metropolitan cathedral, take a look around Hope Street, with gorgeous bars and restaurants and the world famous Everyman Theatre!
Drink in the local pubs
The best kind of people to meet are right in your local.
If you’re living in the city centre, definitely go to the Philharmonic Pub – with world famous toilets!
That’s right, the toilets are listed, enjoy a few trips there once you’ve broken your seal.
Remember if you’re new here, your chosen university will help you get about if you’re lost, there are so many things to see around Liverpool, I’m sure you’re going to love it.
Good luck and enjoy your stay!
Thank you Jess for sharing your guide with us for Liverpool Freshers! Find more of Jess’ stuff here – https://thisgirlwriting.blogspot.com/