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department on the top floor dedicated to both casual and formal menswear. If it’s not clothing you’re after, then you can find footwear, gift sets, fragrances and cosmetics on the ground floor. Even if there’s a Marks & Spencer in your hometown, visit this one in Liverpool—you’ll definitely find something new in here. Further department stores include leader of the department stores, TK Maxx, on Parker Street (right by the Clayton Square Shopping Centre), from where I bought myself a set of towels (not exciting but essential), and John Lewis in Liverpool One, which sells everything from clothing to home furnishings.

 

Down by the dock…

 

From TK Maxx on Parker Street I took the 6 minute walk to Albert Dock, a shopping area away from Liverpool’s city centre. Albert Dock is a delightful place, a little quieter than the streets of the city centre but still with plenty to offer. Although there are many well known high street stores here, there are plenty of art and gallery outlets, for example the Tate Gallery gift shop with perfect souvenirs and attractive gifts. Walking along the dock a little further, I found an Apple store, with no apples but many iPod and iPhone accessories, and the Beatles Story gift shop, selling the Beatles merchandise.

 

Whatever you’re shopping for, you’ll definitely be sure to find it in Liverpool. With eight different areas of the city centre to explore, including the new Liverpool One, the busy Church Street and the famous department stores, there are plenty of places to explore and you can certainly shop ‘til you drop here in Liverpool city centre. However, after the shopping, I was not yet finished: I still had Liverpool’s attractions to discover.

 

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