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Eight days a week in Liverpool

What does the city of Liverpool mean to you?

  • The convoys crossing the North Atlantic in the 1940s?
  • The home of the great shipping lines?
  • The Liver bird and iconic waterfront buildings?
  • Gerry Marsden and “Ferry cross the Mersey”?
  • The Beatles?
  • Two amazing football (soccer!) clubs and Aintree, the home of The Grand National?
  • The unique “Scouse” dialect?
  • Or Albert Dock and Tate Liverpool....the rebirth of Liverpool and all that the modern city now has to offer? 

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We believe Liverpool has to be on every traveller’s list of places to visit when in England. Whether you are on your first trip or your fifteenth, a day or two in Liverpool should be on the agenda.

Liverpool has so much to offer that, as the Beatles told us in the 1960s, you need “Eight days a week” to see it all!

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Here are just a few of your must dos while in Liverpool.

  • Albert Dock for its superbly preserved warehouses now converted into.....the Tate gallery, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and the Beatles Story.
  • Pier Head for the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building......not forgetting the ferry across the Mersey, of course!
  • The Cavern Quarter so that you can relive some of the magic of 1960s Beatlemania.
  • A Beatles tour taking in the Casbah, Stanley Street and Eleanor Rigby, the homes of John, Paul, George and Ringo in the suburbs. Nowadays you are spoilt for choice, but you can do a lot worse than join a “Daytrippers” Beatles taxi tour, for an hour or so.
  • The two magnificent cathedrals, completely different in architectural style, but landmarks equally for the Catholic and Anglican church communities.
  • A behind the scenes tour of one (or both) of Liverpool’s football clubs. 

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Personally, two of our top tips for your visit to Liverpool, and to get a sense of the rich music tradition that Liverpool has give the world, would be to embark on a magical tour with Daytrippers Beatles Taxi Tours to take in the sights and sounds of The Beatles, a must for all Beatles fans to find out where the whole story began.

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Liverpool’s musical tradition goes back much further than the 1960s and, to many people, Liverpool is the spiritual home of the sea shanty, sung aboard the many merchant ships that sailed from Liverpool to the Americas, Africa and Europe. Once a month you can visit the Baltic Fleet pub near the docks to join locals and join in singing some of the favourite songs of the sailors.

Whether you are in the Baltic Fleet or about a Beatles tour, you will want to spend time just chatting to local people. You might not immediately understand some of their sayings ...and the unique Scouse accent can seem impenetrable at first!  But the friendliness of Liverpudlians, their sense of humour and the warmth of the welcome will stay with you all your life.

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If we have excited your appetite for a visit to Liverpool, just get in touch with us and we can help arrange your perfect trip.

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