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    • Qype User jowadd…
    • Manchester
    • 14 friends
    • 156 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    30/1/2009

    This is fantastic!!!!I have told so many people about the day i went on a tour in a bright yellow bus roun liverpool and it turned into a boat and splased into the marina and they all think im barking mad!
    It was wonderful ad on a loely clear day too! I learned so much about the city i had visited so many tmes and got to see a lot of the famous landmarks that makes Liverpool the capital of culture that it is today.
    You HAVE to do this!!!

    • Qype User indie_…
    • Sheffield, South Yorkshire
    • 8 friends
    • 71 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    18/11/2008

    Brillant good fun!

    It is quite expensive so not something that could be done regularly but really good as a one off!

    I went as part of a big group and we all enjoyed it!

    Tour guides were informative and funny - although a little hung over, though this probably added to the humour of it all!

    I'm frfom Liverpool, so didn't learn many new things but my friends found it interesting and learnt something new.

    Really good for tourists!

    • Qype User crumpe…
    • Liverpool, Merseyside
    • 1 friend
    • 52 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    18/11/2008

    One of the best ways to see Liverpool. It travels all around the docks, the proceeds into the actual city. At the end of the tour it plunges into the Albert Dock, which then takes you on a tour around the docks. The staff are very knowledgeable and friendly. Well worth the money and is a great day out for everyone.

    • Qype User Everto…
    • Liverpool, Merseyside
    • 2 friends
    • 50 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    20/11/2008

    Having lived in Liverpool for uni, i thought i had seen quite a lot of the places which Liverpool offers to tourists and to the general population in terms of landmarks and other attractions. The yellow duck however is by far one of the better ones i would recommend to anyone coming to liverpool. The guide and driver were unbelievable considering they must do 6 or 7 a day at least. They had sing songs and other audience participation which left the kids on the edge of their seat and feeling really involved in the whole thing. A great experience and well worth the money spent, fond memories and would do it again should i need to show anyone around the diverse city of Liverpool

    • Qype User jeanet…
    • Liverpool, Merseyside
    • 1 friend
    • 50 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    21/11/2008

    If you actually live in Liverpool you would only do this once as it is quite expensive but it's great for tourists and a one off. setting off from the Albert dock the bright yellow bus takes you all around the centre of Liverpool and tells yoou some fascinating tales like the gambler in the churchyard of the bombed out church who was buried sitting up as the devil was coming to take him if her ever laid down! Then back to the Albert dock where you enter the dock and your bus magically turns into a boat! You then get a small tour of the dock itself. A good way to learn about the history of Liverpool and especially good for children!

    • Qype User jothma…
    • London
    • 6 friends
    • 6 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    12/4/2011

    Everyone should go on the duck tour when they visit Liverpool! It is so much fun and really informative as you learn all about the docks, the many interesting churches and spot some lambanas. Our tour guide and driver were both very friendly and funny with a range of props to keep us entertained. Definitely worth £12 but make sure you wear warm clothes and bring waterproofs...

    • Qype User michel…
    • Liverpool, Merseyside
    • 0 friends
    • 41 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    24/1/2009

    very enjoyable boat trip (with a difference) for your family. Shows you lots of sights in Liverpool and points out some interesting facts. Only downside is the cost as quite expensive.

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