Duration: 3 Hours | Distance: 12 Miles | From £57
The best way to explore the famous maritime city of Liverpool, isn’t on a cramped tour bus, or trying to navigate the ever-changing one-way traffic systems in your car – it’s in the open air on a guided e-bike tour.
This beginner-friendly electric bike tour takes in some of the most impressive and famous cultural landmarks Liverpool and the UK has to offer – such as the famous Liver Birds building, the iconic Mersey waterfront, the two world-famous cathedrals, the Walker Art Gallery, St George’s Hall and much much more. Along the way, our fully-qualified British Cycle tour leader will provide interesting information and facts about the sights you will be visiting, as well as providing tips for great things to do on the rest of your visit.
Liverpool bike tour: what you’ll see
Liverpool is world famous for its rich heritage, culture and history. This guided e-bike tour is a fun, interesting and memorable way to see the city. Throughout the tour, there will be some great photo opportunities as the tour stops at many of the city’s most iconic buildings and landmarks, showcasing some of the most amazing architecture.
The Albert Dock with its amazing shops to visit, cafes, restaurants, the world-famous Tate Liverpool (branch of the Tate Gallery) and The Maritime Museum. Also, you’ll see the former home of the famous ITV ‘This Morning’ TV show with Richard and Judy (and the famous floating weather map). As well as The Pier Head in The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. The city’s two cathedrals – Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King – are on the tour, too.
As the city that gave the world The Beatles, Liverpool is also renowned for its musical influences. A UNESCO City of Music, it’s packed full of exciting venues that have welcomed well-known artists and emerging stars alike. As we take you through the tour, you’ll see first-hand evidence of its fabulous musical culture including the Cavern Club (Mathew Street) and The Beatles Story (Albert Dock). Another of the city’s most popular tourist destinations is The Victoria Gallery & Museum, located in a spectacular red-brick building at the University of Liverpool, the museum includes large collections of sculptures and ceramics along with an impressive array of paintings by the likes of Lucian Freud and Turner.
- The Albert Dock – consistently cited as the no. 1 tourist attraction in the UK.
- Pier Head area (waterfront) – home of the Three Graces that form arguably one of the most beautiful skylines in the world.
- Cathedrals – Liverpool has two world-famous cathedrals located at either end of the aptly-named Hope Street.
- Liverpool One Shopping Centre & Chavasse Park.
- The Beatles (throughout the tour).
- The Victoria Gallery and Museum.