VisitLiverpool will once again be exhibiting at the British Tourism and Travel show in Birmingham on the 25th and 26th March 2020 with a fantastic selection of partners including, M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool Football Club, RLB360, National Museums Liverpool, Strawberry Field, Liverpool City Sights, Magical Beatles Museum, Everton Football Club, The Richmond Hotel and London Northwestern Railway.

The exhibition will also mark the launch of the latest Liverpool for Groups Guide, produced annually by the Marketing Liverpool team, which offers the ultimate advice and information for tour operators and groups looking to visit the city region.

The Marketing Liverpool team have also arranged a panel discussion for the event. And The Beat Goes On…How Does a UNESCO City of Music Drive Tourism will see major players in Liverpool’s music tourism scene discuss how a city with so much musical history can use it to its advantage, driving further tourism to the area.

Visit us on stand D17 to find out more.




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Southport Flower Show

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