Averages for Liverpool in April

April is a nice month to visit Liverpool as the weather begins to warm in the afternoon hours. However, it is still not warm enough to leave the jackets and sweaters at home as any breeze coming in off the ocean will make it feel much cooler than it actually is. If you don’t want to deal with a lot of crowds, this can be a perfect time to enjoy shorter waits than experienced in the summer months and slightly warmer conditions than felt in winter.

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Averages for Liverpool in April

  Temperature 8°C

46°F

Low Temperature 5°C

41°F

  High Temperature 11°C

52°F

  Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
  Rainfall 48mm
  Rainfall days 13.8 days
  Chance of Rain 60 %
  Chance of Cloudy Day 20 %
  Sea Temperature 9°C

49°F

Chance of Windy Day 60 %
  Chance of Snow Day 20%

Averages for Liverpool in April

April is a nice month to visit Liverpool as the weather begins to warm in the afternoon hours. However, it is still not warm enough to leave the jackets and sweaters at home as any breeze coming in off the ocean will make it feel much cooler than it actually is. If you don’t want to deal with a lot of crowds, this can be a perfect time to enjoy shorter waits than experienced in the summer months and slightly warmer conditions than felt in winter.

The overall average daily temperature for this time of year is 8°C (46°F). However, the average afternoon temperature is warmer than the previous month with highs climbing to 11°C (52°F). The overnight temperatures are still fairly chilly with lows falling to an average of 5°C (41°F) by first thing in the morning.

Rain chances are on the increase throughout the month with a 60 percent chance of precipitation. Overall, the region will see less rain than the previous month, but that rain falls over more days. Therefore, be sure to take some raingear with you before leaving home. On average, the region will receive 48mm of precipitation over a period of 14 days. The good news is that much of the rain is very light in nature.

The water is still too cool to enjoy during this time of the year, but it won’t be too long before visitors can go for a dip. The average water temperature for the month is just 9°C (48°F). However, there is more sun during the month if visitors want to enjoy an afternoon stroll on the beach. On average, the region receives 8 hours of sunshine a day. Of course, it will also be important to make sure you pick a pleasant day temperature-wise before heading out for a beach stroll. 

 

Where to Stay

For those looking for luxury, you will find it at The Shankly Hotel. You may actually find yourself wanting to spend more time in your room enjoying the 50-inch television, whirlpool Jacuzzi bath, free WiFi and Bluetooth. You can also enjoy a wonderful on-site bar and restaurant that will rival any in the city. For convenience, the hotel is also located in the heart of Liverpool making it easy to get to transportation hubs and the most popular sites.

A perfect spot for an April holiday is the Pullman Liverpool. This four-star hotel is situated right on the city’s popular waterfront allowing great views and a central location. The hotel is home to a total of 216 rooms that feature stylish and modern amenities. Guests can take advantage of the free WiFi and on-site restaurant and bar.

30 James Street offers luxurious amenities in the heart of the city. The hotel itself pays homage to the Titanic and the White Star Line and allows guests a unique look at the region’s maritime history. Be sure to explore the history of the hotel as well as spend some time relaxing at the spa and indulge at the luxurious on-site restaurant and bar. The hotel also offers a number of different room styles that have to be seen to be believed.  

 

Hit the Beach

If you are able to hit a nice day, now is a good time to take advantage of the 8 hours of sunshine per day and pay a visit to Southport Beach. Open all year long, this is a great spot for an authentic seaside experience and to visit the second longest pier in the country. If you need to retreat inland, there are plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants located nearby. 

 

Restaurants and Nightlife

Easily one of the best and most unique restaurants in Liverpool is Da Mount Gurkha. This Nepalese restaurant features food straight from the Himalayas and features a wide array of delectable dishes that could easily be confused as art on a plate. Reservations are highly recommended, especially during the peak tourist season.

Brining modern Indian food to the city is Yukti. The menu includes something for everyone and contains dishes such as chicken, prawns, soft shell crab and more. Each dish uses on the freshest local ingredients and elevates cooking to an art form. Feel free to also ask the waiter for assistance when pairing your dish with the extensive wine menu.

One of the more popular nightspots in town and synonymous with the Beatles, The Cavern Club, originally opened as a jazz club. It played host to the Beatles back in the day and today, guests can pause to take pictures on the original stage that saw such acts and also take in live music almost every day of the week. 

 

What to Do

If you are a fan of the Beatles, you can’t go to Liverpool and not explore the childhood homes of the members. John Lennon’s house is known as Mendips and is a 1950’s detached home. Today, you can still view the house as it was when Lennon lived there before Beatles fame.

With rain expected on most days in April, now is a good time to see another home of a former Beatle at 20 Forthlin Road. Known as the childhood home of Sir Paul McCartney. 

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