127 Liverpool Cruise Reviews

From the Liverpool visitors website I learned about a sightseeing ferry that toured the waterfront and went to the Star Wars exhibit and the U-2 exhibit and museum. Unfortunately the Star Wars exhibit was closed on Monday (the day the ... Read More
From the Liverpool visitors website I learned about a sightseeing ferry that toured the waterfront and went to the Star Wars exhibit and the U-2 exhibit and museum. Unfortunately the Star Wars exhibit was closed on Monday (the day the ship was in port). Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We had a great time on the HOHO bus, and followed it with a visit to the bars on Matthew Street. The highlight was when we visited the Cavern Club, the Beatles old hangout. It was epic!
We had a great time on the HOHO bus, and followed it with a visit to the bars on Matthew Street. The highlight was when we visited the Cavern Club, the Beatles old hangout. It was epic! Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
As already related, my Deluxe Beatles excursion was cancelled due to our late arrival and the trickle down effect of the mechanical issues and the decisions made by Princess Cruises staff after that incident. I bought tickets for the ... Read More
As already related, my Deluxe Beatles excursion was cancelled due to our late arrival and the trickle down effect of the mechanical issues and the decisions made by Princess Cruises staff after that incident. I bought tickets for the Magical Mystery Tour and recommend it. I also visited The Beatles Story on my own. My husband cancelled his Wales excursion out of Liverpool due to the fact that it was basically going to turn from a full-day trip into a half day trip anyway. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Because of mechanical issues, our tour to the Lake District was cancelled. But Liverpool is a beautiful port, they have worked hard to upgrade their facilities. It's one where the ship docks right in town, and we walked to the Tate ... Read More
Because of mechanical issues, our tour to the Lake District was cancelled. But Liverpool is a beautiful port, they have worked hard to upgrade their facilities. It's one where the ship docks right in town, and we walked to the Tate and Liverpool Museum. Highly recommended - I just really wanted to see the Lake District. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Due to Princess Cruises mechanical problems we were late to Liverpool. We paid for a hop on / off bus to take us around Liverpool and ran out of time, so we didn't get to see much or do what we'd planned.
Due to Princess Cruises mechanical problems we were late to Liverpool. We paid for a hop on / off bus to take us around Liverpool and ran out of time, so we didn't get to see much or do what we'd planned. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
If your into the Beatles and the music of the 60's and 70's then this tour is a must
If your into the Beatles and the music of the 60's and 70's then this tour is a must Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Loved the Beatles museum. Visited Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. The childhood homes of the Beatles were pointed out to us. Great tour!
Loved the Beatles museum. Visited Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. The childhood homes of the Beatles were pointed out to us. Great tour! Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
I visited the two cathedrals and Albert Dock. There are some lovely National Trust places to visit near Liverpool, but not on the ship's tours.
I visited the two cathedrals and Albert Dock. There are some lovely National Trust places to visit near Liverpool, but not on the ship's tours. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Liverpool was a suprise. much nicer than we expected. We walked down the port, stopped at a museum walked around town. I was impressed.
Liverpool was a suprise. much nicer than we expected. We walked down the port, stopped at a museum walked around town. I was impressed. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Saturday was another beautiful day, this time back in the United Kingdom at Liverpool. Ray and Traci planned on exploring the city on their own. After a leisurely exit off the ship, they wandered down the waterfront to Albert Dock, a ... Read More
Saturday was another beautiful day, this time back in the United Kingdom at Liverpool. Ray and Traci planned on exploring the city on their own. After a leisurely exit off the ship, they wandered down the waterfront to Albert Dock, a tourist food and shopping mecca. A Liverpool branch of the Tate Modern art museum was their first attraction of the day. Using the very helpful Google Maps, they then found their way to Liverpool Cathedral, a beautiful Anglican church, just in time to enjoy a noontime concerto by the church organist. A short distance away, Ray and Traci found the much different Catholic church, the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. Shaped like Disney’s Space Mountain, the structure was quite different than any other Roman Catholic Church either traveler has seen. The history was also very unique. Fundraising and initial construction started with the crypt below ground. This area was quite immense and included many different areas for events and performances. The initial plan was to build an immaculate traditional church – the model rests in the Liverpool museum. Unfortunately, the war and lack of finances prevented the execution of their plan and in 1962, this spaceship looking church was built next to the original crypt. The inside of the cathedral matches the modern appearing outside. From there, Ray and Traci wandered back to the waterfront along the streets of Chinatown. Many Chinese restaurants and shops lined the streets although surprisingly most were closed on a Saturday afternoon. Back at the waterfront, a statue of these local residents seemed to attract a lot of attention: Read Less
Sail Date September 2019

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