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Whether you’re a Liverpool local or just visiting for the summer, you’ll want to know where is best to go when the sun decides to stay (at least for a day or two). In Liverpool, there are many beer gardens, rooftops and parks where you can enjoy the sun and maybe even catch a tan.
Here are some of the best summer hotspots in Liverpool, which will help you make the most of your weekend off-work or staycation.
The L1 postcode is full of places to relax and enjoy the sun, whether you want to relax in Chavasse Park and sunbathe for the day or even explore its recent excursion – “Chavassic Park”. This is great for both children and adults, who can work together to find the dinosaur eggs, and then feed them in the ‘dino dock’ while also exploring the city sights. Once you’ve fed the dinosaurs, you will most likely build up an appetite, and so you could retire to one of the many restaurants and bars in Liverpool One.
If you’re looking for more adult-like fun, you could head to Roxy Ballroom, where you will find everything from great food and cocktails, to competitive games of beer pong and pool. You could also head up to the rooftop if the sun does decide to come out, where you can enjoy a summery cocktail or two while enjoying the views across Liverpool’s town centre.
The Commercial District
In the commercial district of Liverpool, there is an excellent balance between work and play – which is great for the employees who work in this area as well as visitors looking for something different. Here you will find a variety of cafes, restaurant, bars and more, just a short walk away from Liverpool One.
Some of the best places to visit in the commercial district include FOLK, which was formerly known as HUS, a Nordic-style restaurant with a fantastic roof and spacious function rooms. Here you can experience everything from rooftop cinema nights and yoga, to food and music festivals, all guaranteed to keep you entertained.
The Baltic Triangle
A day out in Liverpool is not complete without a trip down to the most fashionable neighbourhood in town – The Baltic Triangle. Here you will find an eclectic mix of carnival-style entertainment, a yellow submarine bar and the delightful botanical gin garden. The latter is the perfect spot for the summer; what was once a boring old warehouse has been transformed into a hipster style drinking spot, ideal for the gin lovers out there.
The Baltic Triangle has expanded so much over the years, with more and more buildings popping up everywhere. Even property experts like RW Invest have recognised its popularity, and are working with developers on skyscraper apartments, with rooftop gardens that will make the perfect summer hangout spot. These properties prove to be an ideal location for tenants, as they have access to some of the best bars in Liverpool. They can pop over the road to Ghetto Golf for a few rounds, then head next door to the ‘island-style’ Birdies Bar and BBQ, before finishing off with the film studio-themed On Air, which has great live music on offer.
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