A European Capital of Culture, Liverpool's world famous exports include ocean liners, football and The Beatles. Once wealthier than London, the streets are paved with grand civic buildings, reflecting the heritage of an international powerhouse.
With more museums and galleries than anywhere outside the capital,
Liverpool's bustling with attractions.
The city's a designated World Heritage Site featuring Britain's biggest Cathedral.
more parks than Paris and Albert Dock,
where the UK's largest Grade I group of listed buildings are located.
Here, award winning museums and exhibitions including The Beatles Story
and Tate Liverpool sit alongside the ledgendary wharf
where boats ferry passengers along the Mersey.
In Chester there's alot to shout about, 2000 years of inhabitation leaves a mark on a place,
including a Roman amphitheatre, 700 year old unique shopping rows
and the most complete city walls in the country.
In Llandudno, the immaculate seafront is franked by the gorgeous grin
of Regency buildings and a traditional pier hosts holiday classics
like Punch and Judy shows and penny arcades.
Even the drive home is special on this triumphant tour,
travelling along one of the most spectacular routes in England,
the horseshoe Pass to Llangollen.
Door to door service
Luxury coach travel
4 nights hotel stay on half-board
Boat ride on the River Mersey with time at leisure in Liverpool
Visit to Llandudno
Day at leisure in Chester
This grand marque hotel has hosted the likes of Charles Dickins and Lily Langtry
and is now regarded amongst Chester's finest buildings.
Featuring a luxury beauty parlour and guest rooms with all facilities
you would expect froma fine establishment.
The hotel has a lift