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Walkable cities make it easy for tourists to get around without paying for public transport or a hefty car hire fee.

While some of the UK’s major destinations aren’t the easiest to explore on foot, luckily there are a few cities where walking is no problem.

According to the expert team at Preply, Liverpool is one of the UK’s most walkable destinations. There’s less than five miles between the city’s major attractions.

The team found it would take just over an hour and a half to walk around the city’s main landmarks. That’s great news as a separate study recently named Liverpool as one of the UK’s most attractive cities.

So what is there to see in Liverpool?

Liverpool’s regenerated Albert Dock area is its top-rated attraction on Tripadvisor and it’s home to some of the city’s biggest tourist draws.

Tourists will find the city’s Tate art gallery and Beatles Museum in the dock area as well as plenty of cafes and restaurants.

Another of the city’s top attractions, Liverpool Cathedral is around half an hour’s walk from Albert Dock and has some of the best views of the city.

A city with a strong footballing heritage, Anfield Stadium is another of Liverpool’s top-rated attractions. Tourists won’t be able to walk to the stadium however, and will need to take public transport as it’s slightly outside the city centre.

Time Out recently crowned Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle as one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods. The former industrial area is incredibly walkable and home to some of the city’s best bars.

Tourists will also find smaller independent galleries as well as a buzzing street food scene among the neighbourhood’s streets.

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