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16th April 2018
Liverpool is a lovely city with some great views. The city's not as big as others which means everything within walking distance from local unis or just a quick busride away. The buses are all very easy to navigate and mostly take you straight into the city center. And of course, the nightlife is booming with action and life everyday of the week!
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15th April 2018
Fantastic city. Big enough so that there is always something going on to suit everyone, however is not overwhelming when initially trying to find your way around. The universities are close to shops, clubs, bars and resteraunts, libraries and much more. Lots of easy transport.
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30th April 2018
Liverpool is an amazingly diverse place to live. One of the best things about Liverpool is the wide range of restaurants available, almost at least one from every culture and of such good quality. The night life is perfect for students and has something for everyone. Liverpool is genuinely just a lovely place to spend your student years
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13th May 2018
Good town, lots to do, people are generally nice, plenty of places to eat, and sights to see, transport is regular and reliable with friendly staff.
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24th April 2018
Liverpool is one of the greatest cities in the world. Take advantage of its small radius by hopping from club to club or exploring some of the insane events put on in the Baltic Triangle. There’s a multitude of independent cafes, bars and restaurants that pride themselves in being part of the Liverpool community. The Baltic Market offers a wonderful opportunity to taste the food of several of Liverpool’s finest restaurants in one place. The views from the top of the Anglican Cathedral are not to be missed, neither is that from Everton Park. But the people is what makes Liverpool; they are the friendliest you will ever come across ensuring the city is a home away from home.
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13th April 2018
The location of the university ofliverpool campus is great. It is 10 minutes walk from the train station an 10 minute walk to the city centre. It is in the middle of loads of accomodation buildings and is with close access to tesco, co-op and haroonfoods. They're are also many restraints close by and a 3 bars on campus. There are many bus stops nearby
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28th April 2018
Liverpool is the perfect town for students in England! All universities and student accommodation are located in the center which mean you can walk everyone, no need for speeding money on public transports. The nightlife is amazing, most of the places have free entrace and beacuse Liverpool is mostly a "student town" pretty much every restaurant, shop, bar (...) have student discounts. Also, the life in Liverpool (comparing with other big towns in England, like Manchester or London) is super cheap! Oh, and if you're a Beatles fan, Liverpool is definitely the right place for you!
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23rd April 2018
I love Liverpool so much, food is amazing, docks of a night is amazing, people are amazing. Beautiful place, great food, great people. Souk on bold street is definitely my favorite restaurant, cheap and delicious.
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30th April 2018
great uni city. nightlife has something for everyone and always cool events happening, super walkable esp if you live on campus so you wont waste too much money on transport, heaps of cute cafes and nice big shopping area.
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17th April 2018
All the restaurants I’ve been to and takeaways I’ve had have all been of high standard. Liverpool is a great city; the people are friendly and it’s great for students. There are buses everywhere and the Merseyrail but you don’t even need transport because u can walk everywhere, cabs are so cheap too.
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22nd April 2018
I love Liverpool as a city. There is so much to do and so much culture. It is wonderful in summer with friendly people all over the streets. There are so many place to have a drink outside in the sun. The nightlife is amazing with everything really close together and cheap. For a change there is also the Baltic triangle which has lots of great events on offer. Would defo recommend Liverpool as a top student city.
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29th April 2018
Liverpool city centre offers a diverse range of activities. The various galleries such as Tate Liverpool, The Walker, The Bluecoat and The Open Eye Gallery all give a unique experience that offer a feel of the city. Liverpool also offers excellent nightlife and dining. The Baltic triangle offers unique venues with different events, as opposed to Concert Square which has super clubs. The Baltic Triangle is also home to the Baltic Market which endorses various independent businesses in Liverpool. Overall Liverpool is a fantastic city with plenty of wonderful things to do.
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1st May 2018
Liverpool is an amazing city as a student. It is the perfect size for moving away from home for the first time, with it small enough that it doesn’t take you the duration of your degree to find your way round, but big enough that you’re never short of new things to do or see. The nightlife is great with an event to suite very person and a busy club every night of the week. It is an affordable city to live in with cheap housing, cheap pints and loads of free activities. It is also in an accessible location from all major cities making trips home and visits from friends super convenient.
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16th April 2018
It is so easy to get to, I drive my car into the town centre and park at the train station then walk to the campus from there. Easy.
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25th April 2018
Liverpool is a very student orientated city; from all forms of transport, especially, to enjoying yourself on a night out is incredibly cheaper than many cities. The transport links to other city is easy so other cities are very accessible. With one of the biggest outdoor shopping centres in Europe, you can get anything and everything from high street to high end brands. Liverpool is renown for its nightlife and it surely doesn’t fail with this title however living in the city, you may get a bit bored as it can get repetitive going to the same clubs. However there’s something for every taste, concerning the nightlife. Liverpool has heavy history - the museums and historic buildings are something everyone should definitely check out; it’s worthwhile and eye opening, especially the slavery museum. The range of restaurants are incredible also! There’s a restaurant to go to whether you’re feeling Chinese or Indian, Lebanese or a big fat juicy burger! Some of the best restaurants I’ve personally been to.
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18th April 2018
Good nightlife. Good shopping. Good set out, like everything is pretty close together. Everything is also decently priced.
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27th November 2018
Great vibrant arty city, has so much to offer that other big cities do not. I find Liverpool an open and inviting place to be with a lot to do. If you like culture and museums there are a lot around. If you like good food from different cultures then its the city for you - showing off many local restaurants that many other cities do not. Nights out are great and you don't have to break the bank as there's always student deals going on and with 24 hour busses transport home is fairly easy
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Lucy Jones

27th November 2018
Best city in the world. Friendly people, good atmosphere, good nightlife. Best accents and fashion sense
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27th November 2018
The city is full of great spots for food, nightlife and shopping. However it doesn't feel overly safe all the time due to crime level
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27th November 2018
Liverpool is a great city for students. With four universities you can find so much to do as a student. The nights out are famous, yet there is more cultural and other kinds of entertainment on offer. Decent transport links including 24 hour buses, and easy links to other cities and various parts of the country. The city as a whole is very attractive with an interesting history and a friendly population.
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