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If lockdown taught us anything, it was how to appreciate being able to go for a walk and enjoy our surroundings.
With Liverpool’s walking tours, you can take your experience to the next level and explore the city in a way that suits you best.
From Beatles fans visiting for the day to local stag parties looking for something a bit different, here’s our list of six walking tours you can do right now.
If you are new to the city and wanting to get your bearings, this tour gives you the opportunity to take in the key landmarks and, even better, it is free.
KR tours have guided tours available in English and Spanish, making them the perfect tour for those visiting from home and abroad.
The tour starts in Williamson Square and will take you to see the Cavern Club, the Town Hall and along the Royal Albert Dock.
The tip-based tour meets everyday at 10.30am and they say they are great for lone travellers, stags and hens and even corporate events.
To find out more, click here.
This tour is a little outside the box, but is perfect for tourists and locals alike as you dance your way round the city.
The experience lets you listen to music through your personal headset whilst dancing along with the guided group through the streets of Liverpool.
You have to book your place on this one and the tours begin at the Club House in Liverpool One.
It costs £16.95 per person for around one hour and you can even get into the Christmas spirit by booking their ‘Festive Silent Disco’.
To book your space, head here.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Liverpool without diving into the history of the Beatles in this magical mystery tour.
They will take you along Mathew Street and through the Royal Albert Dock on this tour which won the GetYourGuide award in 2020.
The guided tour lasts two hours and starts outside the stunning Liverpool Central Library, ending with a view of the Liver Buildings at the Mersey Ferry Terminal.
It is £20 per person and will finish in the perfect spot to get a photo with the Beatles themselves (well, the famous statue of them!).
Check out the website here.
This is the perfect gift for any Liverpool supporter, combining a walking tour with the club’s rich history.
The tour is packed with memorable moments from an exclusive Q&A with one of their Liverpool Legends, to actually walking out of the players’ tunnel.
From £50 per person, you will explore Anfield stadium with a guided tour and take a picture with a former Liverpool player.
As well as seeing the pitch, there is the chance to visit the museum and get behind the scenes of the players’ dressing room.
Read more about this tour here.
For those who like all things scary, Shiverpool’s haunted tours are the perfect experience.
Their tours combine walking, storytelling and immersive theatre to deliver the darker side of Liverpool’s history.
There are multiple walking tours which last for around 90 minutes, starting either outside the Philharmonic Pub, or at The Queen Victoria Monument.
The tours are £16.50 per person and they are the best way to discover Liverpool, especially ahead of Halloween.
Book your spooky tour by clicking here.
For those who like to go at their own pace, this treasure hunt tour is a fantastic way to explore the city.
Unlike the other guided walking tours, this one relies on you and your group’s ability to follow treasure maps and solve clues.
There is no fixed time to complete this tour, which means you can pop into as many cafes or pubs as you like along the way.
It is £9.99 per adult or free for under-15’s and will take you to see Liverpool’s most popular tourist attractions and introduce you to some hidden gems.
Buy your treasure hunt here.
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