Cruise Tour of Liverpool
If your cruise is docking at Liverpool why not take a cruise tour of Liverpool with Bon Voyage, its the perfect luxury way to see this world famous city.
Sydney, New York and Venice are some of the few cities in the world to have a cruise arrival and departure point right in the heart of a city. Since 2007 Liverpool became one of those illustrious cities, now cruise liners dock from all over the world carrying many thousands of passengers eager to soak up the history, culture and heritage that Liverpool has to offer.
Bon Voyage provides a unique feature packed luxury Cruise Tour of Liverpool taking in some of the sights and sounds Liverpool has to offer including:
Liver Building and Pier Head
The Ferries across the Mersey
The Liverpool Tate
Walker Art Gallery
Sefton Park Palm House
St Georges Hall
The Play House
Anfield Football Ground
Goodison Football Ground
A luxury Bon Voyage Cruise Tour of Liverpool provides you with the opportunity to tailor make your visit to suit your exact needs, stay longer at Anfield or Goodison, enjoy a meal in China town, or simply sit in the back of one of our chauffeur driven executive vehicles and soak up the experience of Liverpool.
Cruise Tour of Liverpool or The North West of England
If you prefer you can enjoy the sights, sounds and amazing countryside of the North West of England, our Cruise Tour of Liverpool service can easily be tailored to become your personal Cruise Tour of The North West visiting places such as Chester, Wirral, Southport, Blackpool, The Lakes District and Wales.
[contentbox color=”yellow”]On the 4th July 2015 Liverpool will see it’s first the first transatlantic cruise in almost 50 years set sail bound for New York!
Queen Mary 2 will sail from Liverpool Cruise Terminal for New York, Boston and Halifax Nova Scotia on US Independence Day, July 4, 2015, to celebrate Cunard Line’s 175th anniversary in the city where it was founded. [/contentbox]
[contentbox color=”yellow”]Cunard returns home
Liverpool was Cunard’s home from 1840 until 1967. The Cunard Building, completed in 1917, is one of the famous ‘Three Graces’ at Liverpool’s Pier Head. Between 24-26 May 2015, all three Cunard ships will call at Liverpool to salute a city that will be forever part of our history, culminating in all three Queens (Queen Mary, Queen Victoria and the Queen Elizabeth) meeting on the Mersey for the first time on 25 May.[/contentbox]
To find out more about Liverpool Cruise Terminal click here