This is a tour in English and Spanish where walking, we will know everything about the history of the city through the years.
We will be looking at how Liverpool has changed not just from the 17 and 1800s to now but also from the 80s to the modern era. We will see how the history and personality of the city shaped its architecture.
We will discover the reasons why the city was granted the Capital of Culture in 2008 and other titles granted by UNESCO due to its emblematic buildings considered a World Heritage Site.
We will visit the Chinese Arch while we tell the story of the birth and growth of the city's Chinatown, explaining its curiosities and Liverpool's relationship with Shanghai.
On this tour, we will have the opportunity to visit the beautiful and stunning Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, and the inspiration of the architects in charge of this majestic work, which has positioned the city at a high level in terms of religious temples.
We will walk through the Georgian quarter of the city, to make visitors travel to the past, seeing the authentic original Victorian and Georgian architecture. In addition to talking about some filming locations in this area.
We will talk about this building made in the 1920s and its orchestra because it is one of the oldest in the country. Also with one of the oldest world records. The philharmonic orchestra is the only orchestra to play a concert underwater. They did this in the middle of the Birkenhead tunnel when it opened. Also, we will talk about the story of when Paul McCartney worked along with this orchestra to honour Liverpool city.
We will visit the Bombed out Church while discovering the history of this church and its impact on the Second World War
We will have the opportunity to see (and visit) this beautiful library, which has been a place of attraction for many visitors and locals.
We will finish our tour in the Historical-Cultural Street, while allowing visitors to enjoy some of the emblematic buildings of the city, such as St George’s Hall and the World Museum