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Liverpool Do The Double: River Cruise and Open Top City Sightseeing Bus Tour Combination Ticket
"Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to sailing to redeem your ticket as the ferry departs on the hour between 10am – 4pm.On board this 50-minute river cruise visitors will discover the well-loved legacy of Liverpool and the river Mersey with its musical and maritime history. From The Beatles performing on the Riverboat Shuffle cruises in the early 1960s to tales of smuggling this ferry carries a cargo of memories. Just sit back and enjoy the fascinating commentary wonder at the wildlife and absorb the heritage.Departing hourly the 50-minute river experience sails from Liverpool Pier Head calling at Seacombe and Woodside
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Independent Beatles Day Trip to Liverpool from London by Train
"Take a Day trip by train to the historic port city of Liverpool – a vibrant place of culture and heritage the city’s strong identity has made it a must visit destination for music lovers and football fans from all over the world.Departing from Euston Station at 8am why not head for the UNESCO World Heritage Waterfront on your arrival at Lime Street Station ? Make sure to take a photo of the iconic Royal Liver Building the tallest building in Europe at the time of its construction in 1911 before arriving at Albert Dock.Brimming with museums galleries and a wide variety of bars and restaurants the Dock was transformed in the 1980’s but still retains the largest collection of Grade l listed buildings in the country.The award-winning Beatles Story is the largest visitor attraction dedicated to the lives and times of the ‘Fab Four’. Hear
From GBP145.00
 
Beatles and Liverpool Rail Day Trip from London
"Your day starts with a relaxing train journey to the historic city of Liverpool European Capital of Culture in 2008. Arriving at Liverpool Lime Street you'll have time to explore this Victorian city perhaps taking a stroll along the stunningly refurbished Albert Dock Complex housing the Merseyside Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool art gallery.Your tour includes entry to the Beatles Story where you can re-live the Fab Four's meteoric rise to fame. Your visit takes you from the cobbles of Matthew Street and the Cavern through the hysteria of Beatlemania to the final live performance on the Apple rooftop and beyond!The Cavern Quarter is a vibrant city center area and the focus of Beatle history. There's the famous Cavern Club where the lads played 292 times
From GBP138.00

More Restaurants in Manchester

Carluccio's (Piccadilly)

If you have time when passing through Piccadilly station why not stop by Carluccio's Cafe up on the first floor! If you don't have time for food why not just have a coffee from there range of...
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Sep 09, 2013

Ho's Bakery

Ho's Bakery has been in Manchesters Chinatown for years and has always been a great place to call in and pick up some Fabulous freshly-made sweet and savoury pastries, dumplings and buns which many...
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Feb 18, 2008

Dimitri's

Dimitri's is a Greek Taverna/Restaraunt and specialises in the Greek version of Tappas (Mezes) there is a restaraunt as well which serves main courses but most people will just sit in the Taverna part...
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Jul 21, 2009

WONG CHU

sadly Wong Chu has closed down the premises are now a Sushi bar. but in memory of this excellent restaraunt i will leave the Tip on here, If it apeals to you the Restaraunt next door 'Happy Seasons'...
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Sep 08, 2008

The Hellfire Club

Claiming to be the UK's only horror themed restaurant, The Hellfire Club is certainly an experience you won't forget. Greeted by the 300 year old Aubrey, you will be shown to your table and sat down...
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Apr 29, 2009

The Shakespeare

The Shakespeare is located in the centre of Manchester, adjacent to Primark, Historically, the complete pub was moved from Chester in 1926 where it was known as the Shambles. Today it still has the...
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Sep 17, 2009
 
 
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The OX

The Ox is in a great location, the building and the decor are top notch, it's a really nice traditional pub. They have a good menu, however some of the prices seem quiet high, what you'd expect to pay...
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Sep 17, 2009

The Old Wellington

Dating back to 1550, The Old Wellington pub is a Grade Two listed building which is reputed to be one of Manchester’s oldest buildings. The Old Wellington has watched as the face of Manchester has...
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Feb 01, 2009

Bem Brasil

Imagine a Buffet restaurant with a great selection of foods all top quality, everything from salads to roasted, boiled and chipped potatoes, Cous Cous to Beef stew, Cured meats and Brazilian side...
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Nov 19, 2012

Nandos

One of 3 Nandos in Manchester centre this one is situated within the PrintWorks.The restaurant is tastefully decorated in a Portuguese African style and has a great cozy atmosphere which is more...
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May 13, 2009

Koh Samui

This is a great Thai restaurant that first opened it's doors as Chiang Rai and then after changing hands in 1999 it became Koh Samui. Whilst Chiang Rai specialised in food from Northern Thailand the...
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Apr 30, 2012

Sinclaires Oyster Bar

Sinclairs Oyster Bar dates from 1720, and, though most things about Manchester have changed since then (including the Pubs position), it still serves its succulent oysters, along with substantial pub...
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Sep 15, 2009

Siam Orchid

I remember the day the Siam Orchid opened, it was the first Thai restaurant in Manchester then and it is still the First on my list.It was opened by Master Woody who taught us Tae Kwon Do and Thai...
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Jul 19, 2010

Carluccio's (Spinningfields)

Carluccio's at Spinningfields if bigger than the one in Piccadilly station with a much larger shop, i was hoping it would have a fresh foods counter like the one in Cardiff but sadly it does not :(...
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May 20, 2013

Top Hotels in Manchester

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"Free Trade Hall" Peter St, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M2 5GP, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Manchester

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Christmas Market

Leaving the John Ryland Library, I decided to have a quick look around Spinningfields, and spotted another Christmas Market. This appears to be independent from the Manchester Christmas Markets. Had...
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Chinatown

Manchester’s Chinatown is a mainstay of the city’s socio-cultural geography; it flies the flag for Manchester, for independence and grassroots enterprise. The area is compact enough to retain a real...
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Old Trafford - Manchester United FC

A visit to Old Trafford would not be complete without taking a look at the statue of Sir Alex Ferguson Statue. Sir Alex Ferguson was the most successful manager in Manchester United’s history. The...
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Manchester Wheel - Variable

From time to time the Wheel of Manchester visits the city, as at January 2014 it's in Piccadilly Gardens, last time it was in Exchange Square off Corporation Street. It seems to be a popular...
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Museum of Science and Industry - MSI

A large Museum devoted to the developement of science,technology and industry with emphasis on the city's achievements in these fields.There are many extensive displays in numerous buildings showing...
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Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral near to Harvey Nichols, Urbis and Victoria Station unfortunately was also near to the site of an IRA bomb in 1996. Nearby buildings reduced to rubble but the cathedral escaped...
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"Manchester - a versatile city"
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