We smiled the whole time on our lovely tour of the city of Liverpool . Vicky our guide knew so much about the history of the city and always made sure we were ok. Despite it being very windy we had a great morning.
See more of the sights in less of the time on this convenient small-group Liverpool bike tour. Traveling at a leisurely pace—but still far faster than walking—pedal through the Liverpool streets and enjoy photo stops at the major highlights. Perfect for day-trippers, weekend visitors, and anyone who likes to cover the key attractions in as little time as possible.
Greet your guide and small group in central Liverpool. Your guide will fit you with a helmet, equip you with a bike of the right size, and give you a quick Health & Safety talk about cycling in the city.
Chinatown is your first destination, followed by the Anglican Liverpool Cathedral and the city’s Catholic cathedral, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King. You can spend five minutes inside each of these if you would like.
Enjoy plenty of photo stops as you tick off the city center’s essential attractions: St. George’s Hall, the Walker Art Gallery, the World Museum, the Central Library, the Cavern Club, a haven for Beatles memorabilia, and the place where Liverpool Castle once stood. Don’t miss the Three Graces buildings on Pier Head, or Albert Dock, your last stop before returning to base and handing back your gear.
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The guides are informative and friendly. The cycling is relatively easy with only one big hill to go up and you see all the major landmarks of the city in an hour and a half. I even learnt a few facts that my mother did...More
My husband and I booked this in Groupon and completed the trip this morning. It was absolutely fantastic and this was inspite if the sunshine which, I won't lie, did enhance the experience! However, all of the ladies who were running the event were so...More
This was my first visit to Liverpool and I did the cycle tour the first afternoon I was there. It was a fabulous way to orientate myself to the main sites of the city which I visited in more detail later in my stay. Phil...More