Be part of a vibrant student community living in Europa student accommodation, just a short walk from Liverpool city centre and universities. Grab your morning coffee from Bold Street Coffee before your class, walk to town looking up Victorian facades and Georgian townhouses and browse boutiques in the Cavern Walks.
Living in the heart of the city, you will only need 10 minutes to walk to your class at University of Liverpool, Hope University orJohn Moores University.
There are regular buses going just from your doorstep and it is only a 10-minutes walk to Lime Street train station as well as the city centre. If you are planning a quick visit to London, the high-speed rail link will take you there in just two hours.
At the end of a day of lectures and tutorials, make yourself home in one of Europa’s en-suite rooms and catch up on reading in the spacious work area. The on-site management team is there for you if you need any help to connect to the Wi-Fi or tune the flat-screen TV in your room. You can also pick up your parcels from the reception so you will never miss a delivery.
Back in your room, you’ll find plenty of storage spaces and great shelving units so you can be organised if you wish and pop your things away to get on with your work at your desk.
If you fancy making tea for yourself, use the shared open plan kitchen and the large and spacious social space, where you can use modern fitted appliances and you can play ping pong or pool with your friends after.
Feel free to check out our City Guide for some hints and tips about the best things to do in the city and how to get around.
Liverpool is one of the most popular cities in the United Kingdom and the city boasts a population of roughly 2,200,000. The city is one of the most advanced areas of the North of England and has a very high rate of university graduates too, which is no surprise as it’s home to some very popular universities; University of Liverpool - which is a Russel Group University, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University, while still boasting some top colleges too.
Once the European City of Culture, Liverpool has a number of museums that commemorate the history and culture of the city such as; the World Museum, the Museum of Liverpool, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Walker Art Gallery and Sudley House, all of which come very highly recommended.
There are a number of cinemas in Liverpool too, the latest and greatest from Hollywood are shown at the local Odeon (With its own IMAX screen) and at Showcase Cinemas or if you're looking for more independent features, then you should check out the Picturehouse at FACT.
The nightlife of Liverpool has been reviewed as being one of the best in the UK, a rich lifestyle, full of your fair share of nightclubs, pubs and bars will be sure to keep you coming back again and again.
There's something for everyone, regardless what you fancy, you'll always be able to find a way to enjoy yourself, even if going to the pub or to a club isn't the most fun thing for you, then you should check out some of the local theatres, too!
The city has a number of emerging music festivals, like the Liverpool Sound City Festival, where acts have like Ed Sheeran, whose first ever gig was the festival, we recommend you grab tickets while you still can, because these sell out mighty quickly! The city also has a number of arts festivals and film festivals and premieres too.
The city’s transportation is incredibly efficient, award-winning bus services and train stations are a big part of the city’s infrastructure. The city also has an international airport, named after 25% of The Beatles and musician John Lennon, which flies everywhere you need.
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