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Bold Street is famous is famous in Liverpool and worth a visit. Originally it was a fine shopping street, had one of the worlds first public libraries look up and you will see some amazing buildings, then came independent shops and some still remain if...More
Lots of interesting shops and restaurants with an Arty feel about it. Always had a young vibe with Students using it as a route in and out of the city. It has so much potential but like so many areas, needs a really good clean.
Bold Street is one of Liverpool's most famous streets,over the years it's been a trendy street then it fell on hard times and became a bit of an eyesore then more recently it's been transformed into a trendy and fashionable street to wander down.
Adding to Bold Street's Artisan vibe comes "The Hippy Hole". They have taken over the ground floor of "Soho" which is now on the upper floor with a retro coffee shop in the basement with all the vinyl records.
This is so worth seeking out...More
This street we had walked past a couple of times at first when we arrived. Did the bus tour and had it pointed out to us by the guide. Returned for some shopping and lunch and so glad we did. More original shops and restaurants/cafes...More
Take a change from national high street chains by wandering up and down Bold Street with its independent shops and eateries catering for every different pallet. The street is narrow and busy so there is always plenty of atmosphere. It is the main route into...More
Just have a stroll along Bold Street from the Bombed Out Church at the top down to Church Street pedestrianised area at the bottom. You will walk past lots of interesting little bistros and restaurants as well as some quirky little shops with buskers outside....More