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The Fab 4 in Liverpool **No Availability**

The Fab 4 in Liverpool **No Availability**

The Aloft Hotel Liverpool
4 Nights 5 Days - Dinner Bed and Breakfast
25 March 2024
£549pp (£100 Single Room Supplement)

The Aloft hotel Liverpool occupies the stunning, elegant, former Royal Insurance Building, which was converted into this modern and contemporary 4 star city hotel. Still retaining many of its original features, the hotel is less than 10 minutes’ walk to

the Liverpool One shopping centre and 15 minutes’ walk to the historic Albert Dock

 

Fab 4 Days in Liverpool

Known for being the hometown of the world-famous Beatles, our tour takes us on a fascinating and unique experience with a taxi tour (groups of 4/6) of the iconic places that shaped the lives and songs of Liverpool’s Fab 4.

As Gerry & the Pacemakers said we “Ferry Cross the Mersey”

and have heaps of time to explore more of this tremendous city too.


PACKAGED ITINERARY

 A 3-hour Beatles taxi tour. Touring around Liverpool and its surrounding suburbs in our private taxi, driven by a local expert guide, we learn all about Liverpool’s fab four lads with visits to some of the iconic places that shaped their lives – and songs. Tour highlights include their childhood homes, the place where John Lennon met a 15-year-old Paul McCartney for the first time in 1957, the famous Penny Lane Street, Strawberry Field and Eleanor Rigby’s grave. This nostalgic tour also includes stops for photos and refreshments.

 

Ferry Across the Mersey

 This morning we sail on Mersey Ferries for a 50-minute cruise across the mighty Mersey. One of the best ways to view the developing Liverpool skyline and the Albert dock is from the water, so this really ticks the box. The rest of the day is free to choose what to do and see. Why not visit one of the free museums on the impressive Albert Dock such as the Museum of Liverpool or the Tate & Merseyside Maritime Museum, guaranteed to keep us entertained for hours, with so many

facts of Liverpool’s Maritime heritage and world trade influence.

 

Strawberry Field & Beatles Museum

 Today is all about celebrating the Beatles. Our first visit is to Strawberry Field, the iconic site immortalised by John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever” and was originally the site for a Salvation Army children’s home, where John Lennon would have played in the grounds. Our visit is a self-guided journey around the interactive museum where we have

a chance to escape into the past, before we enjoy a cream tea. We finish our day at the Beatles Story, the world’s largest permanent exhibition where we are transported on an incredible journey of the Fab 4 and see how they changed the world of music forever.


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