Liverpool City Sights - Red Route - Best Price Tickets

Liverpool City Sights - Red Route - Best Price Tickets

Liverpool City Sights - Best Price Tickets

Available to 21 March 2025
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Step aboard the Red Route City Tour in Liverpool

This hop-on and hop-off tour takes passengers on an unforgettable journey through the vibrant city.

Local guides, who have an extensive knowledge of the city, will entertain and educate passengers with live commentary on Liverpool's stunning architecture, historical landmarks, and attractions.

From the Royal Albert Dock to the iconic Three Graces, the world-renowned Cavern Club to Europe's oldest China Town, the legendary Philharmonic Dining Rooms and of course the two magnificent Cathedrals, the tour covers it all.

To ensure passengers don't miss a thing, a complimentary map detailing all major attractions is provided.

Hop on and join the adventure!

If you're a fan of the Beatles, then consider heading on the Blue Route, which makes stops to the Beatles' Childhood Homes.

Anchor Courtyard,
Albert Dock,
L3 4AS

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What's included in the tour?

  • 50-minute tour of Liverpool attractions, Liverpool history and Liverpool architecture
  • Live Guide
  • Complimentary map
  • Exclusive discounts

Where do the tours start?

  • All tours start from the bus stop on Gower Street, Royal Albert Dock. However, you are free to board the bus at any of the designated stops throughout the city centre.

Are the tours wheelchair-friendly? 

  • Yes, all tours from City Sights Liverpool are wheelchair accessible. 

Are dogs allowed on the bus tours?

  • All Guide and assistance Dogs are allowed onboard the buses. Assistance dogs should wear their harness or identification jacket when travelling.
  • One accompanied, well-behaved dog or other small animal which will not be a danger or a nuisance for other customers or staff is allowed to travel with you on buses at the discretion of the driver who may reasonably decide where on the bus the animal is best carried.
  • Where appropriate, dogs must be muzzled or put on a lead in accordance with the Dangerous Dogs Act. Small animals must be caged, boxed or kept on a lead. Any animal carried must remain under control and must not be allowed to sit on the seats.
  • If you bring an animal onto a bus, you will be held responsible for any damage, loss or injury arising from its presence on the bus.

Are there toilets on the buses?

  • There are no toilets on board, but there are public toilets near a number of the tour stops

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