Liverpool has contributed greatly to English history. Called sometimes the World Capital of Pop, Liverpool has produced more number one singles than any other city and The Beatles influence can be seen in many places of the city. Also, Liverpool and its docks have been given UNESCO World Heritage Status as trade and ship building flourished here.
Manchester, England’s second largest city was the world’s first industrialised city and produced textiles and other products during the industrial revolution. Today, Manchester is better known for being the home of football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City as well as the Football Museum. Albert Square and the town hall dominate the centre of the city. It is also home to the first railway station.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Departure from school and travel to Liverpool.
Afternoon: Arrival in Liverpool and a chance to see the Penny Lane, made famous by The Beatles. Travel to the Liverpool docks and get a chance to see The Beatles Story (museum dedicated to the group). After visiting the museum, start of walking tour to see the Three Graces and The Cavern Club (the club The Beatles first played in).
Evening: Departure from Liverpool and travel to accommodation. Check-in and free-time.
Morning: After breakfast, travel to Manchester city centre for walking tour and see sights such as Albert Square, Town Hall and Football Museum.
Afternoon: Travel to Old Trafford for stadium tour. See the stadium and inner rooms of the most famous football club in the world. Sit in the locker room where so many Manchester United Legends have been. Departure from Manchester in early evening.
Evening: Travel back to school. End of tour.