LIVERPOOL COACH HIRING SERVICE
Hiring a Coach in Liverpool
Traveling has been scientifically-proven
to improve your health and make your brain grow. When you travel you are exposed to a new culture, a fresh way of living, and an array of new, exciting experiences. However, such unfamiliar territory can be stressful if you haven't hired the right coach sorted out. Luckily, we at GOGO Charters have that part covered.
We provide access to the best transportation for your traveling needs. With a dependable and modern coach, getting around the city will be a breeze. Give us a call at anytime to set up your reservation. Our phone lines are open 24/7 every day of the week. You can also book with us easily online.
Why Visit Liverpool?
The most obvious reason to visit it is to see the birthplace of the best band in the world: The Beatles. But beyond being the hometown of the Fab Four, it is also home to a lively music and food scene, world-class sports events, impressive museums, and warm welcomes.
Nestling right where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea, it's an iconic maritime city. With events happening year-round, there is always something exciting going on. Here is a list of some things you simply must do when you journey to Liverpool.
Outside of the colossal city of London, it has the most museums and galleries of any city in the U.K. Once primarily known for its maritime trade, it has quickly become a world-renowned location for arts and culture. If you really want to see a cultural achievement, head on over to the World Museum
located right downtown.
With five floors of interactive exhibitions, the museum tells the million-years old story of life on Earth. From natural history exhibits to scientific hands-on activities, it is a great place to spend the day with the family. Be sure to check out their much-anticipated exhibition on Egyptian animal mummies. The museum is open everyday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The best part is it's absolutely free!
If you're a football fan, make sure you make it to a match at the Anfield Stadium
. The only thing Liverpool loves more than their Beatles is their football team. Getting to see the team in action and the crowd in uproar, it is always a memorable event.
The amphitheater itself is grand and gorgeous--it looks like something out of a Greek mythology. You can even take tours of the club. The tour guides are all very friendly and extremely passionate about the place. The tours are available every day of the week between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. This is definitely a big part of their cultural heritage that is worth checking out.
Sefton Park Palm House
The Palm House is a unique gem of the city. This beautiful Victorian-era conservatory dome house is the perfect place to go rain or shine. It houses a lush collection of botanical plants from all around the globe.
Opened in 1896, it was on the brink of completely collapsing until it was recently restored this past decade. The Sefton Park Palm House
hosts live music and popular events such as the city's Gin Festival throughout the year. Inside you can also find a lovely cafe and some beautiful statues scattered throughout. Admission is completely free and hours change throughout the seasons.
The Liverpool Cathedral
is Britain's largest cathedral and Europe's fifth largest. The sheer scale of this place will knock you off your feet. It's definitely a spectacular piece of history that needs to be on your checklist. They host breath-taking choir concerts year-round.
Although primarily a place of worship, you can take tours of the building any day of the week. It is technically free to roam around. However, tour tickets are cheap and give you access to the cathedral's incredible bell tower. From the tower, you get an amazing view of the city that you can't get anywhere else. If you're lucky, they may let you give it a ring!
This is a great area to take a long stroll. The Albert Dock
has everything from brilliant restaurants to cute souvenir shops to a colorful ferris wheel. It's a place full of history and stories that street vendors will love to share with you.
With a marvelous display of lights, it is best to visit right before sunset to catch the spectacular view on the water and, later, to enjoy the festive nightlife. A good spot for families or couples, it is a must-see part of the city.
Casbah Coffee Club
Of course, the trip would not be complete without visiting some of the iconic Beatles' historical locations. Although there are so many, there are really only two that you absolutely must see. The Casbah Coffee Club
is one of them.
The launchpad for The Beatles professional career as musicians, this basement club is where they performed their very first live concert. It has the same owners today who are also great storytellers with many interesting memories to share. Definitely do not pass this one up! It is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ticket prices range from £15 to free for ages 10 and under.
Mendips: John Lennon's Childhood Home
Although, it is worth it to see all of the Beatles' childhood homes, visiting Mendips: John Lennon's Childhood Home
is a special treat. Getting to see where the magic all began will make any Beatles fan swoon. The place has not changed at all in the past 60 years. The staff is very respectful of the history and keeps it well-maintained.
In order to get a look inside, you have to reserve a spot on the tour. They sell out quickly and only accept 15 people per tour, so be sure to get your tickets when they go on sale on February 1.