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Situated in the Cavern Quarter at the heart of the city. Liverpool's most famous street not only houses the Cavern Club but numerous references and connections to the "four lads who shook the world" and Liverpool's long musical heritage. There's...more
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Lots of great bars can be found depending on what you are looking for. From karaoke to french food, club music to live bands and everything in between! This area gets super lively on evenings and weekends - be wary of drunk stags and hens!
Way to many rough sleepers in this street don't get me wrong I know they're everywherè but with such a lot of famous places like the cavern club and the cavern pub there and so many visitors it should be controlled a bit
This street is very vibrant and lively, it has the famous Cavern in it as well as other bars and restaurants. There is a statue of john Lennon leaning against the sister club to the Cavern which is very lifelike, and further down the street...More
You don't need to spend anything, just take in the vibe.
Statues of Cilla and Lennon for selfies. Get photographed infront of famously named buildings. Who cares if The Cavern is a repro?
Then go and get a coffee somewhere away from the madness.
For all Beatles fans visiting Liverpool, Mathew Street should be on the 'must-see' list. It's a great place to stroll down in the day time, have a photo taken with the bronze statue of Cilla and one of the Beatles. The place comes alive at...More
This is a sight to behold at night . It’s crammed with people , all out to have a good time and going from pub to club .
I did wonder at one point whether I had been transported to Aya Napa .