Liverpool has an abundance of great shopping districts. From markets to giant shopping malls there is plenty to choose from when you visit the lively, multicultural city of Liverpool.
If you’re after a luxury item of clothing or some trendy furniture, you are sure to find something that takes your fancy.
The giant complex that opened in 2008 features over 160 shops, restaurants and bars as well as a five acre park. If you are looking for stores such as Topshop, Urban Outfitters or John Lewis then this is where you want to head to.
Bold Street runs from St Luke’s church to Hanover Street and the area features some trendy, modern boutique shops. You can also find great furniture stores, food suppliers, antique shops, record stores and vintage clothing emporiums. The area has a Boho feel to it and is a great way to spend some time looking for something a little out of the ordinary.
Metquarter & Cavern Walks
If you are looking to dig a little further into your pockets for something a bit more lavish, check out the Metquarter and the Carvern Walks. Here you will discover plenty of designer shops such as: Diesel, Vivienne Westwood and Kurt Geiger. There is also a good selection of independent boutique shops and loads of little cafés where you may even spot some footballers wives!
Broadway & St Johns
Discover these two permanent markets on Broad Lane and St John’s Precinct where you will be able to buy almost anything: fresh fruit and vegetables to clothes and electrical goods. There is also a retail market and car boot sale held every Sunday at the market place on Edge Lane, so head there to grab a bargain!
Near to the famous RopeWalks area is Hope Street, you won’t find many permanent stores here. Instead, you can discover a farmer’s market every third Sunday of the month. You can buy organic food produce from local farmers such as cheese, artisan breads, homemade cakes and much more.
Another great place to browse is the Albert Dock. There’s not much here on the fashion front but there are some excellent gift and souvenir shops. It’s great if you are staying in a hotel in Liverpool and want to take home a little something. There are also art shops and galleries and loads of bars, cafés and restaurants around this area if you fancy stopping for a bite to eat.