City Sightseeing Liverpool bus tour for two for £9 @ Groupon
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City Sightseeing Liverpool bus tour for two for £9 @ Groupon

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Found 12th Aug 2014
Tourists can twist and shout at a number of iconic Liverpool locations including Tate Liverpool, St George's Hall and Albert Dock, containing the Beatles and Merseyside Maritime Museums. The audio-guided tour is hop-on and hop-off, allowing visitors to hit the long and winding road to check out attractions whenever they wish. Tours generally last an hour, and visitors can jump on regular buses from the Canada Boulevard starting point between 9.50am and 4.50pm.

Choose from the following tour options:

£9 for two adults (55% off)

£45 for a group of up to ten (55% off)

£89 for a group of up to 20 (56% off)

In a Nutshell
Take in icon landmarks including the Albert Dock and Metropolitan Cathedral on this hop-on hop-off open top bus tour

The Fine Print

Validity: Expires 24 Sept 2014. (Excl. bank holidays)
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2, 10 or 20 people. May buy 5 additional as gifts.
Booking: No booking required. Must present printed Groupon to bus driver at time of redemption. No cancellations.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Sun 9.50am-4.30pm. Tours depart every 20 minutes. Please see timtetable citysightseeingliverpool.com/tim…le/. Tour takes approximately 50mins. Runs every 20 mins. Space subject to availability. Tour bus can accommodate 70 people per bus ride. Please consult the company website for up to date tour information. Valid for option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 16 May 2014.

8 Comments

Good price, voted hot.

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Well worth it. Liverpool is an amazing city with such variety of architecture and impressive buildings! Oh and a night out for a few beers in town is also highly recommended

What AndyJ78 says!!!

oh, and to save all the usual maggots out there bothering:

- Dole
- Footy Violence
- Various crimes/court appearnaces
- Harry Enfield based Scouser stereotypes (perms, shell suits, Dee Do Doe Don't De Doe etc.)

...a ha, ha, ha, ha...erm...ha! (_;)

Or buy a zone ticket for £3.60 and get the public transport to the 2 cathedrals only worth visiting the anglican one though or you could just walk to them there not far apart .

Original Poster

yozzas

Or buy a zone ticket for £3.60 and get the public transport to the 2 … Or buy a zone ticket for £3.60 and get the public transport to the 2 cathedrals only worth visiting the anglican one though or you could just walk to them there not far apart .



This takes you to more than the two cathedrals, you go to Tate Liverpool, St George's Hall and Albert Dock and the centre as well. Plus you get a guided commentary. I think that is worth the extra £1.80 it would cost above a public transport bus.

kateyp

This takes you to more than the two cathedrals, you go to Tate Liverpool, … This takes you to more than the two cathedrals, you go to Tate Liverpool, St George's Hall and Albert Dock and the centre as well. Plus you get a guided commentary. I think that is worth the extra £1.80 it would cost above a public transport bus.

i suppose so but you would be better walking around inside st georges hall then walking through liverpool one shops to get to albert dock and Tate then cross over to get the 86 bus to cathedrals .you dont need a guided tour if your born here like me and used to live by the anglican cathedral and walking distance to everything in the city centre .

We used this offer earlier this year. Good tour, with a good commentary. The only downside is it does finish early. Voted hot
Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 6th Sep 2014

Good price, went to Cardif last week and it cost me £29 two adults one child compete rip off, felt like Dick Turpin had my pants down !

Top tip don't do the Cardif trip !
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