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Pier Head, Liverpool
(4.6/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
Part of the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pier Head is located in the city center and is one of the most impressive waterfronts in the world. The focal point of the waterfront is a trio of buildings--the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building, and the Port of Liverpool Building. Each building stands on a separate plot, and is expressed in a different architectural style, rich in symbolic ornamentation. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Pier Head by using our Liverpool vacation generator.
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  • The Pier head is a great place to visit. It is an iconic part of Liverpool and a must see area. The Three Graces are a fine sight as is the state of the Beatles. There was a small fun fair and when ic...  more »
  • I Love this City,I Love the People of this City and I Love coming back here.. How it has changed since back in the Day when I visited the Real Cavern Not the Fake one. And here it is An Iconic Piece o...  more »
  • The iconic liver building oversees the dock area, the pier head offers so much history it must be seen . Great trip on the Mersey ferry and very educational . Every one we met was very friendly and pr...  more »
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  • A nice terminal in the middle of the city. Because this terminal is in the heart of the city, it is very easy to walk off a ship and easily make it to where ever your destination maybe.
  • Helpful staff, great start to a cruise experience!
  • This is a wonderful place to stop as part of a cruise. If you don't fancy the main tourist attractions it is possible to go for a short walk to explore some of the north docks which are only now being regenerated and make up the world heritage site. We headed north along Priness Parade, then followed the historic dock wall up to Stanley Dock. Once there the luxurious Titanic hotel provides a great water side location for drinks and food. This is definitely a departure from the well worn routes but an adventure well worth taking.
  • It is a nice place, securing all types of large vessels including war
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