I have moved from London to Liverpool to study at University. Liverpool so far to me has been a good experience. The city as a whole is not congested like London, but it has that busy city feel to it. I like city centre and Liverpool One because they have all the high street shops i one location which makes shopping convenient. And not too far away is Bold Street; a foodies go-to area. They have a range of popular restaurants and cafes which are particularly busy during the evenings. My favourite place is Torros (Steakhouse). In terms of living costs, accomodation is aplenty and very cheap. Whatever type you are looking for, they have it. I am staying in a private accomodation which is in short walking distance to my University and is very reasonably priced. Furthermore, grocery shops can be found nearly everywhere, mainly Lidl and Tescos. Sadly there is not a single Waitrose in Liverpool but every other typical grocery shop is here. I have not given the city the full 5 stars because I would like to see more fun stuff to do in the city, like some sort of public event, showcase or entertainment. They do from time to have such events, such as 'Liverpool's Giants', and now they have the Christmas markets, but something like a 'Winter Wonderland' would be great to see for example.