Private Beatles Taxi Tour of Liverpool

Private Beatles Taxi Tour of Liverpool

A Beatles Liverpool tour with a difference! Discover the birthplace of the Fab 4 by taxi. Your personal taxi driven by your guide and chauffeur will pick you up and take your for a three-hour sightseeing tour around the city where John Paul Ringo and George lived.

Liverpool and the Beatles. Such a great city and such great music. These tours will show you loads of the landmarks buildings and places connected to the Beatles. You’ll see the place where John first met Paul. You’ll see where they went to school. And you’ll see the homes they grew up in.

Many of the group’s biggest hit songs featured lyrics about people and places in Liverpool that had an influence on the Fab Four. Just who was Eleanor Rigby? Was there really a barber shop on Penny Lane? And where are those Strawberry Fields forever that the Beatles sang about? This taxi tour will show you all this and a whole lot more.

Being taxied around Liverpool means you get to see lots and lots of places. There’ll be enough time at each stop to get out and do the selfie thing. And when you’re driving between locations you’ll hear all about Liverpool itself and see some of the famous landmark buildings.

Your taxi driver knows Liverpool like the back of their hand and naturally loves the Beatles too. They are full of knowledge info and details about the boys who took the music world by storm in the 60s so expect all the bants and the stories accompanied by Beatles songs on the stereo as you travel.

Being a private taxi tour you will be met at a location to suit you be it the main Lime Street Station in front of your hotel your home your workplace – basically anywhere in central Liverpool. Inside the cab there is room for up to six passengers and these vouchers are for the whole cab and tour. That means you can make a day out of it for all the family go with friends or make it an outing for you as a couple.

Be it ‘Hey Jude’ ‘I am the walrus’ ‘Yesterday’ or ‘Let it Be’ everyone knows the words to a Beatles song and with this Beatles Liverpool tour you’ll get to know their hometown too.

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A Day in Wales

A Day in Wales

Book a day trip to Wales to explore Cardiff and Caerphilly Castle too! These Wales tours from London include return coach travel from the capital and knowledgeable local guides to show you around so all you have to do is turn up and enjoy the organised travel and tours.

It’s a fairly early start for these Cardiff tours but it does mean you maximise your time on your visit to Cardiff. Pick up points include central London locations giving you plenty of choice for your travel plans into London for these tours to Wales.

With a comfort stop along the way the aim is to be in Cardiff by about 11:45. You’ll be met by a local guide who will then take you on a walking tour of Wales’s capital city. Sitting on the coast where the River Taff meets the Severn Estuary there’s lots to see on these Cardiff day trips. You’ll love the rather eccentric Cardiff Castle the imposing stone-built National Museum and the modern splendour of the Principality (Millennium) Stadium with lots more landmarks besides.

It’s a fairly leisurely pace but there’s a lot to see in a hour. After your guide waves you goodbye you have free time to visit Cardiff and have lunch for around an hour before it’s back to the coach. One of the most cited things to do when in Cardiff is to head out to Caerphilly Castle so that’s where you’ll spend your afternoon. It’s a lovely Medieval castle that’s a true delight to visit.

These Cardiff tours include entrance to Caerphilly Castle. Once inside you’re free to explore. You can climb turrets and towers wander around the restored rooms (we love the very grand Great Hall) and enjoy strolls in the parklands by the moat. It’s Wales’s largest castle (and the second largest in the whole of the UK) so it is huge and very impressive.

Having discovered Cardiff city centre with guide had lunch and enjoyed time exploring Caerphilly Castle it’s time to board the coach back. Sit back and relax in your seat browse all those photos you took and reflect upon your day trip to Wales as you whizz back up the M4 to London.

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Cambridge City Sightseeing Tour

Cambridge City Sightseeing Tour

See how many of the city’s 31 colleges you can spot on your day trip to Cambridge! Famous for its universities Cambridge also boasts lots of other things to see and do. These Cambridge tours include return coach travel from London and give you a full day out.

Arriving mid-morning in Cambridge you’ll be greeted by your local tour guide as you step off the bus. You’ll then embark on a one-hour walking tour that takes in the very best bits of this historic city centre. All the must-see places are on the itinerary of this Cambridge walking tour. Highlights include the Corpus Clock and the Senate House and Old Schools. You’ll walk past the likes of King’s Corpus Christi and Trinity Colleges that Cambridge is famous for. And don’t forget the huge Cambridge University Library and Old Cavendish Laboratory where world-changing scientific discoveries have been made.

With over 800 years of University history Cambridge is packed full to the brim of things to see beyond academia. Even the skyline is distinctive with the Spire of Our Lady and English Martyrs Church St John’s College and Chapel Tower looking down on Cambridge.

You’ll also get your chance to see the city from aloft as these Cambridge tours include entrance to the Tower of Great St Mary’s Church. Prepare yourself for the climb (over 100 steps in all) up the narrow spiral steps past the bells. Once you reach the top you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of King’s College Chapel and adjacent colleges.

After your tower adventure your afternoon is free to spend as you wish in Cambridge. Art fans might like to head to the Fitzwilliam Museum an imposing building that houses an impressive collection of art and artefacts spanning several centuries of history. Entrance to this magnificent treasure is free. Or you could head down to the Boatyard Granta Place or Quayside to hire a punt or take a boat ride along the River Cam including passing under the famous and really rather romantic Bridge of Sighs.

As your day trip to Cambridge comes to a close there might just be time for a scholarly pint in one of the city’s many historic watering holes before you embark on your return journey back to London. A great value day out in Cambridge with plenty to see and do.

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Ghost Bus Tours Edinburgh

Ghost Bus Tours Edinburgh

Get spooked on these ghost tours around Edinburgh! Hop onboard this rather spectral double decker bus and discover the somewhat gruesome past of Scotland’s vibrant capital city. Rumour has it that ‘Auld Reekie’ as Edinburgh was known is the most haunted place in the whole of Europe…

Ghosts and ghouls love Edinburgh. In fact we could tell you that the dead outnumber the living but that might just make you feel uneasy as you get ready to board the bus. Then there are the endless tales of mysterious unexplained deaths and gruesome goings on. There’s even the odd Scottish witch hunt in the 16th and 17th centuries too. If you’ve got the head for all things scary and paranormal with some ghoulish comedy thrown in this the Edinburgh tour for you!

A genuine 1960s Routemaster bus will be your transport for this tour around the shadowy underworld of Edinburgh. As you trundle along some of the most famous routes around town you’ll be impressed by the wonderful buildings (Edinburgh has the nickname ‘Athens of the North’). But behind these pleasing facades there are often tales of woe and tragedy.

The Royal Mile is the epicentre of the ghostly activities where you will be regaled with treacherous tales. Your grim motorised parade will include Greyfriar’s Kirk Grassmarket New Town Old Town Holyrood Palace and of course Edinburgh’s impressive hill top castle.

On these frightfully fun evening tours you’ll hear ghastly tales too such as the story of the Burke and Hare murders of 1828 (the duo murdered and sold their unfortunate victims’ cadavers for medical research) and delve into the paranormal side of Edinburgh.

But it’s not just the landmark buildings of Auld Reekie that hide a wealth of scary scenarios this theatrical sightseeing tour might just attract its very own poltergeist onboard the bus. Don’t be surprised if strange things happen during your voyage. If by any chance a ghost does manage to get past the bus’s conductor rest assured. They wish you no harm and this Scottish ghost busting team is well versed in dealing with errant spooks trying to hitch a ride!

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Ghost Bus Tours York

Ghost Bus Tours York

Ride into the dark side on these ghost tours of York! We all know the landmark buildings in and around York’s city centre are steeped in history. But did you know there are also hundreds of ghostly sightings registered in the area? This experience will show you the spookier side to York.

Setting off from just adjacent to York’s main train station your transport for this tour is a Routemaster double decker bus that was once used for funerals corteges. The first person you’ll meet is the creepy conductor and as you’re shown aboard it all gets a little bit eerie. You might not be able to put your finger on what’s going on but we’re sure everything will become clear once you head off on your circular town of this most famous Yorkshire city.

Now you’re properly spooked the hunt for poltergeist by bus continues as you head into this walled city. With buildings in York city centre dating back easily 700 years pretty much every edifice has a tale to tell what with the bloody battles in Medieval Viking and Roman times around these parts.

As you travel along Ghillygate (or should that be Ghoulygate?) in your Routemaster you’ll head along Monk Gate past the Stonebow to York Minster before checking out highwayman Dick Turpin’s grave. Then there’s Clifford’s Tower the former keep of York Castle where over 150 Jews died in a massacre in 1190. Legend has it that the walls bleed on the anniversary of the tragedy every year and even the ground is a mysterious shade of red.

Of course the bus for these ghost tours in York is completely safe (last time we checked the driver was real live human and not a zombie). But prepare yourself for some onboard surprises as this talented team of actors deliver a comedy horror experience that will have you laughing one minute and jumping out of your seat the next!

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