Top 5 Stops On Our Liverpool Sightseeing Tour!

Author: Lewis Peters

Date: Tuesday 13th December 2016

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Liverpool is one of the most exciting cities in the UK with an incredible amount of history and points of interest, we would never be able to cover them all in just one tour!

So here are some of our personal favourite stops that you will see on the Liverpool City Explorer

The Cavern Quarter:

One of the many attractions that any Beatles fan would enjoy,  the Cavern Quarter is located on Mathew Street in Liverpool’s city centre and encompasses the famous Cavern Club as well as many lively bars and clubs that will suit any taste. Outside the Wall of Fame, you can spot the John Lennon Statue, a popular spot for group photographs and selfies alike as well as a plethora of different musical memorabilia from past performances. The sightseeing tour takes place in the afternoon however it is well worth coming back to Mathew Street in the evenings to sample the nightlife and electric atmosphere it gives off.

Liverpool One:

Liverpool One is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city, a huge shopping & leisure complex right in the city centre that is full to the brim with fantastic restaurants, bars, designer clothes stores and more that are ideal for a great day out.

St Luke’s (The Bombed Out Church):

One of the most fascinating buildings in the city has to be St. Luke’s Church or better known simply as the Bombed Out Church. During World War II, Liverpool was heavily bombed by the German Luftwaffe, and during one blitz on the 5th of May 1941, a bomb struck St Luke’s Church, and fell straight through a roof tile, exploding inside the building and miraculously leaving the structure in tact.  Today, the Bombed Out Church stands as a memorial for the thousands of people who died in the Liverpool Blitz of World War II.

Metropolitan Cathedral:

The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (or officially known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King) is  one of Liverpool’s many stunning grade II listed buildings and built by architect Frederick Gibberd in 1962 and completed in 1967.

This cathedral lies on the same street as the Liverpool Anglican cathedral on Hope Street,

Albert Dock:

The Albert Dock is one of the most historic locations in Liverpool City Centre and a very popular tourist attraction. Today, the Albert Dock is home to a wide variety of stunning restaurants, bars, museums, stores, as wells as many other attractions and activities.

Interested in seeing more of Liverpool? you can see all of these tourist attractions and many more on our Liverpool sightseeing tour complete with an expert tour guide! click here to buy tickets now

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