If you're looking for retail therapy on your holiday in Liverpool, you'll be spoilt for choice between boutique arcades, farmers markets, bohemian streets with hidden treasures and new city-centre shopping areas.
Take a look at our guide to Liverpool shopping to make the most of your experience.
Located on the waterfront, Liverpool ONE is an open-air shopping district with nearly 200 stores, restaurants and bars. You'll find high-street and designer boutiques, unique shops and the only Beauty Bazaar Harvey Nichols in the entire country.
The Metquarter is a place for fashionistas. You'll find exclusive fashion and beauty outlet stores, such as MAC, Hugo Boss, Kurt Geiger, A/X Armani Exchange and Kids Cavern. Located near public transport and car parks, the Metquarter is a convenient shopping area for a whole day out.
The Cavern Quarter is home to many of Liverpool's top designer boutiques. Known for its Beatles history and the legendary Cavern Club, the Cavern Quarter has upscale shops like Vivienne Westwood and Cricket.
For an eclectic shopping experience, Bold Street is the place to be. It's filled with independent stores with goods like funky clothes, vintage records, unique artwork and world foods, giving you a chance to peruse the offerings and find unique gifts or souvenirs.
Located in Southport, Lord Street is filled with Victorian arcades and smart shops. The canopied boulevard is backed by scenic gardens for a tranquil experience, and you can explore speciality shops, designer boutiques and the Wayfarers Shopping Arcade, a glass-domed building with period decor and over 30 exclusive stores.
Just south of the city centre is Lark Lane, a street with bohemian boutiques and street markets selling food, artisan goods, handcrafts, art and more. Whether you're looking for something specific or just checking out the local offerings, Lark Lane is a fun place to spend the day shopping.
As the first of the UK's designer outlets, Cheshire Oaks contains some of the best bargains on designer brands. You'll find shops like Nike, Adidas, Next, Marks & Spencer, Burberry, Polo, Hugo Boss and Michael Kors among the 145 boutiques. Cheshire Oaks hosts regular socials as well, so visitors can bring the kids to enjoy a traditional carousel, water walkers, bungee trampolines and ice cream shops in between shopping.
Albert Dock is one of the most notable attractions in Liverpool. You'll find an array of shops catering to different interests, such as arts and crafts, football memorabilia, gadgets, souvenirs and Beatles collectables. Albert Dock is also home to the Tate Liverpool and the Beatles Story, so you can sightsee in between shopping.
St Johns shopping centre is near the Liverpool Lime Street station in the city centre. You'll find a mix of over 100 shops with high-street brands and independent outlets for fashion, jewellery, beauty, music, homewares and leisure.
In addition to its rich history and unique attractions, Liverpool boasts some of the most impressive shopping areas in all of the UK. If you want to shop 'til you drop, check out hotels in Liverpool and plan your next shopping holiday!