Gay Liverpool Guide

Discover our local Gay Liverpool Guide and insiders’ recommendations, for best gay bars, clubs, restaurants, museums, monuments, shopping …

Liverpool is one of the biggest cities in England.

It was a major port for trade and migratory point when the British Empire was booming economically. The city is famous for having seen the birth of the Beatles.

The city center is compact and getting around is easy as most of the sights are contained within a small area.

You can easily explore walking on your own or with a friendly local to show you around.

To really enjoy the city you will need at least two days and maybe one more to recover from your exciting Saturday night, as local gay life can be pretty vivid.

Gay Liverpool

Liverpool is a city where old buildings sit next to listed monuments, Georgian houses, and massive cathedrals.

The city has three main iconic landmarks, the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building.

Liverpool has the second largest number of museums after London. It is often described as the most significant city of the Victorian era.

Several districts of the town obtained the status of World Heritage.

You could visit for instance the Liverpool Museum.

Liverpool has two cathedrals, remarkable for their size and owns around 2,500 listed buildings.

After a full day of touring, have break and enjoy your time in the trendy area of Liverpool, packed with creative restaurants, hipsters cafés, art galleries, antique shops, and young designers stalls.

Gay Liverpool

The gay area in Liverpool

Gay Quarter is located around Stanley Street. Even if the gay bars are not as numerous, the atmosphere is friendly, and gay locals are very welcoming with tourists.

The biggest gay event in Liverpool is Gay Pride, which takes place in August.

Great museums, lovely walks in the Victorian city, gay bars and trendy restaurants …

Liverpool is a perfect destination for a cultural or festive weekend while traveling alone, with friends or with your beloved one.

Finally, Liverpool is strategically positioned within the UK, as it is only a few hours trip by car or train to make your way to other fascinating and gay-friendly cities such as London, Brighton, Manchester or Edinburgh.


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