There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done ... Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung ...
Nothing you can say, but you can learn how to play the game ...
It’s easy ... All you need is love”
Liverpool Beatles Walk are finalists in the 2017 Liverpool Tourism Awards and they have a range of ideas and tours which are suitable for sole travellers, Beatles fans and groups and there is no better way to explore the city and to learn how and why it has changed and to perhaps consider whether the legacy left by the Fab4 was the final ingredient to help them win their bid for European Capital of Culture.
The Beatles played their last Beatles music in Liverpool in 1965 yet their legacy remains and Beatles sightseeing tours and visits to their childhood homes, schools and colleges and iconic places like Penny Lane & Strawberry fields are some of the most popular things to do in Liverpool. A Beatles tour sets the route yet there is so much more to see than just the Beatles and these experiences have something for everyone.
You can choose from an easy short 90-minute walking tour within the city centre or take the Ticket to Ride Tour or choose one of the combination tours or their flagship Beatles Musical History Tour which includes entrance to the new British Music Experience.
Whichever tour you choose not only will you learn all about the Beatles time in Liverpool, but you will see lots of architecture, the Town Hall, you can see and touch the statues and if you choose the Radio City Tower tour you will see from 135 metres above the city how the £1billion award winning development called Liverpool One has reconnected the city centre to the Docks and understand why Liverpool is now the most vibrant UK city outside of London.
You might not be visiting Liverpool on one of the Cruise Ships but you can arrive in Liverpool in style by choosing the Beatles Walk and Mersey Ferry combo which creates a full day experience and you will see breath-taking views from the famous Ferry Cross the Mersey immortalised by the song by Gerry & the Pacemakers.