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Blackpool and Liverpool

Overview

Travel by Coach Days
  • Visit the vibrant city of Liverpool
  • Explore the fantastic shopping at Liverpool One or the Albert Dock
  • Jaunt to Fleetwood
  • Stay in seaside Blackpool

Come and discover the maritime city of Liverpool. With a varied history, unrivalled musical heritage, world-class attraction and a vibrant city centre there is much to enjoy here.



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Itinerary

Day One - Home to Blackpool
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Blackpool, where we’ll check in to the Bay Liberty’s Hotel and will enjoy an evening meal. (D)

Days Two to Four - Blackpool
We spend the next three days in Blackpool, enjoying two included excursions to some of the north west's finest attractions.

We travel to the city of Liverpool. Famous as the home of the Beatles and a historically important maritime city, there's plenty of opportunities to learn about this in the many museums and exhibitions dotted around the docks. The city's opportunities to shop have become famous in the past few years, so why not take the opportunity for a bit of retail therapy while you're here?

We also travel just along the coast to the town of Fleetwood, the town is surrounded on three sides by water and offers some great scenery, the best place to view this is from the top of Mount Pavilion, with great views over the seafront.  

The other day is set aside for you to enjoy at your leisure. There will be plenty to keep you entertained both in the hotel and in Blackpool as a whole, whether you spend your day at Blackpool Tower, the Pleasure Beach or just relaxing on the sand, you certainly won’t be bored! (B,D)

Day Five - Blackpool to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)

Liberty's Hotel

Blackpool

  • Awarded a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2017
  • Located just off Blackpool’s North Promenade minutes from Blackpool Tower
  • The hotel has a relaxing lounge and bar with a calendar of varied entertainment
  • Access the length of Blackpool’s sea front by tram and much of the north-west from nearby Blackpool North station

Blackpool has been entertaining visitors for generations and millions of people still flock to its golden sands every year for great attractions, vibrant nightlife and an all-round good time. At Liberty’s Hotel you will stay at the heart of Blackpool’s attractions and enjoy all the fun of being at the seaside.

The hotel is just a 10 minute walk from world famous Blackpool Tower and just a little further to the SEA LIFE centre and Madame Tussauds. The North Pier is just a five minute walk away and the attractions around the around the South Pier and Pleasure Beach are a short 15 minute journey away on the tram.

If you want to venture a little further you can catch a tram to Fleetwood in half an hour where you can enjoy this traditional Victorian seaside resort. Or take a train to the city of Manchester and discover this beautiful city that had a huge hand in the Industrial Revolution and is packed with history.

In the hotel you can enjoy fantastic food in the restaurant with tasty full cooked breakfast and evening meals featuring a varied menu available daily. Relax and unwind with a drink in the comfy bar and lounge after a long day enjoying Blackpool’s attractions. Liberty’s has two room types with standard rooms and standard plus rooms which offer a slightly more modern décor.

Rooms at this hotel


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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Liverpool

Enjoy an excursion to vibrant Liverpool – famous for the Beatles and the River Mersey. The city has many world-class attractions to discover, including fantastic shopping at Liverpool One and the popular Albert Dock on the historic waterfront.

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Half Day: Fleetwood

Over looking Morecambe Bay, with water surrounding the town on three sides, Fleetwood has been a prominent tourist destination of the North West since the late Victorian era. A much quieter and more laid back resort than Blackpool, a very pleasant way of spending the afternoon is strolling around the seaside park, The Mount, which has a beautiful Edwardian Pavilion. From The Mount and anywhere along Fleetwood Promenade are uninterrupted views of Morecambe Bay and the Lakes, Bill Bryson called the view, "easily one of the most beautiful in the world, with unforgettable views across to the green and blue Lakeland hills."

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