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Every city we visit we always do the bus tour as it provides you with where all the tourist attractions are, you can hop on and off and you get lots of really interesting and informative information. Great way to also see the city. As...More
This was a very good tour with friendly staff, it would of been nice If the rain had of held off for us, we still enjoyed it and was good seen all of the famous landmarks around liverpool, The tour was already pre recorded. The...More
Our first visit to Liverpool ,so thought the open top bus would be an ideal way to see the city..we where not disappointed, Colin the driver, and Chris the guide where very friendly and amusing, good value for money,ticket valid for 24 hrs , so...More
Wow, what an amazing city. The buildings, architecture, the history, the largest clock ( in the Liver Buildings ) bigger than Big Ben !
Apart from the fact that the Beatles came from there, this is a fantastic place to visit and definitely do the...More
price was fair time one hour goes to all the local places in the town you can get on and off where you please ticket valid for 24 hours from the time you bought it . recorded voice for tour on bus along with beatles...More
this is a must if you visit liverpool. some friends had booked us on the tour it was great a good way to see the sights. the tour guide was very informative telling us the history of the docks and the town. the tickets last...More
Went on this trip as 1.. price £2 cheaper and 2. had a 2 for 1 voucher. Great trip round most of liverpools attractions. Guide was superb. Not only gave us advice on all attractions bur did it with a Liverpool sense of humour. Trip...More
Frank Carlyle's knowledge and enthusiasm for the sights of Liverpool is impressive. Not only did we see parts of the city from the bus accompanied by his informative and witty commentary but he took is into both the Cunard and Port of Livepool buildings.