This is Liverpool

Liverpool has always been a city that dances to the beat of its own drum. Proudly individual and always welcoming, the city has had good reason for the swagger in its step. Since hosting The European City of Culture in 2008, Liverpool’s renaissance has gone from strength to strength.

While the waterfront continues to attract visitors from around the world, it’s the youthful energy of the city centre fuelled by its passionate locals and resident students that gives it its buzz.

With a large graduate talent pool the city’s confidence goes hand in hand with the growth of its creative, cultural, tech and life science sectors. The mix of commercial, academic and cultural activity in the neighbouring Knowledge Quarter and Baltic Triangle makes it a fertile ground for innovation and collaboration.

Ropewalks

Duke & Parr is on Liverpool’s Duke Street in the historic RopeWalks area. Part of Liverpool’s World Heritage Site and on the doorstep of Europe’s oldest Chinatown, it is one of the most distinctive parts of the city.

Alongside it’s neighbour The Baltic Triangle, this is a lively part of the city centre and a hub for Liverpool’s thriving creative industries. Its colourful mix of independent businesses, shops, galleries, cafés, bars and hotels give it its energy and make it attractive to locals and visitors alike. Foodies, culture lovers, music fans and shoppers flock to Ropewalks to enjoy its alternative, laid back vibe.

Duke Street Market

a new workplace culture in Ropewalks, Liverpool

Oracle Bar

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FACT Centre

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The Bluecoat Arts Centre

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The Monro

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PINS

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The Jacaranda

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The Wreckfish Bistro