Private tours from Liverpool Port are the perfect way to discover some of the nearby stunning landscapes and famous historical sites. We offer private tours that are flexible and fully customizable to suit
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Private tours from Liverpool Port are the perfect way to discover some of the nearby stunning landscapes and famous historical sites. We offer private tours that are flexible and fully customizable to suit your needs and interests. Whether you’re travelling with a large group of friends or a family excursion, there are plenty of nearby places to visit. Popular tours include tours to Northern Wales and the Lake District and our experts are seasoned to create your perfect itinerary. Feel free to contact us for more information and quotes.
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There are many spectacular places that can be visited on a private tour from Liverpool port. Popular excursions include day tours to North Wales, the Lake District as well as Liverpool and Chester.
Northern Wales has some of the most dramatic and rugged landscapes in Great Britain. It is also home to several legendary castles and UNESCO World Heritage sites. A private tour itinerary could be a copy of our day tour to Wales or a private tour from Liverpool port could include:
Conwy, a UNESCO World Heritage town. The 700 year old Conwy Castle is one of the most stunning castles in Wales. The town itself is home to great shopping, a quaint harbour, revolutionary Telford suspension bridge, and the smallest house in Great Britain
Llandudno, a pretty seaside resort town. High up next to Llandudno is Great Orme, which offers amazing views of the town below and the Atlantic Ocean. There’s also a 1,100-year-old hidden chapel nearby to explore.
Caernarfon Castle, one of the largest castles in the UK and considered as one of the most impressive and best-preserved medieval fortresses in Europe.
Snowdonia National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty with stunning scenery and spectacular landscapes. It’s home to the tallest mountains in Wales.
Pontcysyllte Canal Aqueduct, a gigantic canal that carries water across the River Dee. It’s considered a masterpiece of human engineering and has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
Bodnant Gardens, an 80-acre garden with beautiful plants collected more than a century ago on global expeditions.
The Lake District
The Lake District is a mountainous region famous for its spectacular lakes, breathtaking scenery and connection with iconic British writers, poets and artists including Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth. A visit could include a private version of our regular tour or a custom-made tour that could include:
Lake Windermere, England’s largest lake which boasts some incredibly scenic views of the surrounding countryside. In the summer months there are cruises available along the lake.
Grasmere, a picture postcard village which William Wordsworth named “the loveliest spot that man hath ever found”
Hill Top, famous for being the home of the literary icon Beatrix Potter. Visit the charming cottage which celebrates the writers legacy and view the allotment garden that famously featured in her books
Hawkshead, one of the prettiest villages in the region with beautiful cobbled streets and whitewashed cottages.
Tarn Hows, one of the most popular spots in the Lake District renowned for its amazing views
Levens Hall and Gardens, a stunning Elizabethan country house with the oldest and most extensive topiary garden in the world
Liverpool is one of the largest cities in the UK and is famous for its connection with the Beatles. Our Beatles taxi tour is the perfect way to discvoer the sights associated with the band. A visit could be a private version of a Liverpool guided walk or a bespoke tour to include the childhood homes of John, Paul, Penny Lane, Strawberry Field and St Peters Church.
Chester is an ancient Roman city with a rich history. A visit can be combined with a trip to Northern Wales. There are several historic monuments to visit in the old town including:
Chester Cathedral, founded in 1092 and popular for its gothic architecture
The Roman Amphitheatre, the largest of its kind in Britain
Chester Rows, an iconic shopping street with medieval walkways supporting shops on two levels
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terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.