Liverpool Day Itinerary
Breakfast: 8:45am – Get breakfast at Moose Coffee on Dale Street. We suggest their famous pancakes with a wide range of sweet and savoury toppings from chocolate orange to thick back bacon.
Magical Mystery Tour: 9:45am – Meet your guide at the Magical Mystery Tour ticket office: Anchor Courtyard, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AS 10 minutes before tour departure time at 10am. Explore iconic parts of the Beatles’ journey, from childhood homes to Penny Lane to the famous Cavern Club, where the tour will drop you off.
Cavern Club: 12pm– Take in the atmosphere of the world famous Cavern Club, and perhaps explore the rest of Mathew Street too with its many photo stops, bars, restaurants and the boutique designer shopping centre Cavern Walks.
Lunch: 1pm – Lunch suggestions in the area include: Bistro Pierre – which offers authentic French cuisine, Fonseca’s – the tiny foodie heaven, and Button Street Smokehouse – for those with a bigger appetite.
Ferry Cross the Mersey: 3pm – Take the Dazzle ferry ‘cross the Mersey. Dazzled by Sir Peter Blake, the artist behind Sgt. Peppers just in time for the iconic album’s 50th anniversary. See the award-winning waterfront and its many sights, and make sure you stop to check out the brand new Beatles statues just seconds away from the terminal.
Free Time: 4pm – Take time to explore Liverpool at your own pace. Take in the constantly-evolving cultural offering of the Ropewalks, and perhaps visit our vibrant home of bohemian shops and international cuisine that is Bold Street. You could also visit the famous Georgian Quarter, known for its stunning architecture and iconic pubs.
Dinner: 7pm – We recommend choosing the ‘world in one street’ Bold Street for dinner. Great restaurants include Crust – the quirky pizzeria and craft beer haven, Bakchich – the little piece of Lebanon and Mister Miyagis – the Liverpool home of Japanese soul food.
After Dinner: 9pm – If you’re not ready to retire to bed just yet, try out Liverpool’s brand new cocktail bar Be At One. The trendy Seel Street spot’s décor pays tribute to Liverpool’s musical heritage and offers the hardest choice you’ll have to make in the city with over 160 cocktails on the menu.