Liverpool Double Decker
Visit the city of the Beatles, in true England Fashion, on top of a big, red double-decker bus. Tour Liverpool through the Hop On and Hop Off tour, which takes you to twelve different stops all around town, during a course of fifty five minutes, which covers all of Liverpool’s hotspots. You can visit on your ticket valid for an entire day from your first use.
Some stops on the Liverpool Hop On and Hop Off tour include the following attractions:
- Canada Boulevard: Known as the water street, this is home to the Mersey Ferries line, which can take you across Liverpool, on amazing ferries at the pier, which ranks as a top tourist activity for those visiting Liverpool. It is a member of the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City UNESCO World Heritage Site, having received the honor in 2004.
- Victoria Street: Home of the famous Cavern, a pub in Liverpool that has a worldwide cool factor; it is a rustic pub that offers you a chance to check out Liverpool’s newest musical up and comers, which consider it an honor to get a chance to play at this priceless stage. Every act hopes to cash in on the Beatles’ magic by playing the Cavern because of the opportunity to get their names etched into the historical musical plaque of the city. You just might discover the next superstar, playing at this grungy locale, which makes it a must do thing when you come to Liverpool!
- Great George Street: Place of Liverpool’s very own Chinatown, this is the place of the magnificent Chinese New Year’s parade, where once a year the street is full of streamers, Chinese lanterns and dragons celebrating the arrival of the new year. Famous people who have played dragons at Great George Street on the Chinese New Year include Neil Diamond, Julie Christie, Jeffrey Archer, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Al Pacino, Elaine Paige, Gregory Peck, Michael Douglas, Marlene Dietrich, Shirley Temple, Bing Crosby Matt Dillon and Count Basie to name a few.
- Gower Street: Your tour would take you to Albert Dock, where you can relive the Beatles’ story with your guide, as the Beatles’ museum takes you ‘across the universe’ with John, George, Paul and Ringo. It is the most interesting stop on your tour, as it has something to offer people of all ages and preferences, such as the Fab4D experience.