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Liverpool tours and excursions

Liverpool tours

Bus tours

There are several companies providing bus tours around Liverpool. There is no escaping The Beatles in Liverpool so embrace it and board a Magical Mystery Tour bus to see the places that helped bring John, Paul, George and Ringo together, from Strawberry Fields to the Cavern Club. It’s surprisingly moving.

Walking tours

For a different perspective on Liverpool, try one of these unusual walking tours. Wrap up warm and head deep beneath the city with Mersey Tunnel Tours. The Mersey tunnels appeared in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Fast & Furious 6, but just as compelling is the chance to see an engineering masterpiece first-hand. Shiverpool’s historic ghost tours will chill you in a completely different way. There’s no holding back on the theatrics when it comes to telling tales of Liverpool’s grisly past.

Mersey Tunnel Tours
Telephone: +44 151 227 5181.

Website: www.merseytunnels.co.uk

Shiverpool Ghost Tours

Telephone: +44 151 709 2030.

Website: www.shiverpool.co.uk

Liverpool excursions

Wirral Peninsula

Overlooking the city's skyline as well as the Welsh hills, the scenic Wirral Peninsula offers 40km (25 miles) of dramatic coastline and peaceful villages including pretty Port Sunlight. It also has plenty of unspoilt countryside, including award-winning Botanic Gardens. The Wirral is also home to a Michelin-starred restaurant Friache and numerous gastro pubs.

Website: http://www.visitwirral.com


Around here they say that Napoleon re-modelled parts of Paris based on Southport. Whether that's fact or folklore, this traditional seaside resort, with its lengthy iron pier, traditional arcades and long sandy beaches, is a wonderful day trip just north of Liverpool. Don't miss Antony Gormley's thought-provoking art installation Another Place where 100 life-size cast-iron figures gaze out to sea at the mercy of the tide along Crosby Beach.

Website: http://www.visitsouthport.com
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Titanic Hotel Liverpool

What the Titanic might lack in location it more than makes up for in space and style. Set in a converted 19th-century warehouse in the Stanley Dock conservation area just under 2.5km (1.5 miles) from Albert Dock, it's utterly in keeping with its surroundings; the huge rooms have exposed brick and vaulted ceilings.

Hard Days Night Hotel

Fans can now finally eat, drink and sleep Beatlemania. This 4-star boutique hotel in a Grade II-listed building is elegantly furnished with designer pieces and specially commissioned, original Beatles artwork. The 110 rooms are all impeccably tasteful, despite the hotel's devotion to the Fab Four. There's even a shop where fans can stock up on merchandise.

Hotel Ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One

As you'd expected from the Ibis brand, this 192-room 3-star hotel is clean and comfortable as well as being conveniently located in Albert Dock, less than 10 minutes from the city centre. All rooms come with ensuite bathrooms, tea- and coffee-making facilities and Wi-Fi. It has an onsite bar and restaurant as well.

The Shankly Hotel

Pay homage to one of football's greatest managers in this quirky, stylish hotel. It's dedicated to famous Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly but you don't have to be a die-hard footie fan to appreciate the central location and spacious, manly rooms with whirlpool baths. If you are a Liverpool FC fan, there's plenty of tastefully displayed Shankly memorabilia to take in – even on the ceilings.

Dolby Hotel

Located in an unremarkable building close to the Albert Dock, this is one of Liverpool's best budget hotels and offers 64 comfortable rooms at reasonable prices. Although rooms are a smidgen small, all contain tea- and coffee-making facilities, satellite TV and ensuite shower facilities. Free Wi-FI.

The Nadler Liverpool

This contemporary hotel, decked out in a minimalist style, is housed in a large warehouse in the centre of Liverpool's vibrant nightlife action. Expect stylish black and white decor, classic design mid-century furniture, quirky artworks and superb facilities including HD TVs and a handy mini-kitchen in each of the 106 rooms.