You can walk this subTOUR either as a separate stroll or in combination with Part One. We recommend starting after midday to make sure all stores are open.
If you are up for some really nice café or beer garden options, this tour is perfect for you. Combine it with some vinyl shopping to make this walk a one to remember. On your way westwards, check out venues and bars for tonight. After taking pictures from some of the many musicians' statues in town, head to your final destination which is famous Cavern Club. Enjoy a drink in this legendary Beatles venue.
The Jacaranda, Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Starting point of this walking subTOUR is The Jacaranda, legendary club with strong connections to Beatles' history.
They often hung out at here during their student days for rehearsals and played several early concerts in here. Check out the first floor, an intimate café place with a really nice attached record store.
Venue tips: check out near spots for tonight. Perhaps you may come back for to spend the evening in The Shipping Forecast, The Zanzibar club or Studio2?
Kazimier Garden in Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Head around the corner into Seel Street. That's where you'll find Kazimier Garden. A truly authentic spot - perfect for an afternoon drink or some snacks. The beer garden is made up with lots of love for the details. Weather allowing, sit outside. Or grab a table upstairs inside.
Shopping tip: fancy some vintage clothing or vinyl? Visit Blast from the Past.
Bar & club tips: check out Sound for some nice drinks or club The Krazyhouse for tonight's program.
Probe Records in Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Heading westwards into the area of Liverpool's shopping malls, you will find Probe Records, an institution to the city's music scene. The shop itself is a rather small one, nevertheless offering a good selection of vinyl for all music lovers.
Statue of Eleanor Rigby in Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Head northwards into Stanley Street to find the Eleanor Rigby Statue, designed un unveiled by entertainer Tommy Steele in 1982. It is based on the Beatles song Eleanor Rigby and pays tribute to the Fab Four.
Shopping tip: The Beatles Shop is a haven for all fans of the band with loads of memorabilia such as shirts, buttons or posters of the famous sons of Liverpool.
Cilla Black statue in Mathew Street Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Turn into famous and crowded Mathew Street. In front of the old entrance to famous Cavern Club is a life-size bronze statue of Cilla Black TV celebrity and 60s singing star. She started work as a cloakroom attendant at the club.
Bar tip: Rubber Soul is a crowded Beatles themed bar that's always nice for a drink.
Sight tip: stroll through the massive The Beatles exhibition at the unique Magical History Museum.
John Lennon statue in Liverpool (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler )
Some steps ahead is an even more iconic statue leaning on the wall just outside The Cavern Pub: John Lennon from the Beatles himself. It is a real tourist spot, but you definitely need to see it once in town.
Cavern Club Liverpool, Stairs (Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Just across is world-famous Cavern Club, final destination of this subTOUR. Legendary cradle of British Pop music since its opening in 1957. This is where the Beatles played numerous times in their early years.
Still today, the Cavern is a thriving live music venue featuring newcomers along with more established acts.
Hotel tip: around the corner is Hard Days Night Hotel with rich Beatles memorabilia all over the place. You may also enjoy the atmosphere while sipping a drink at the hotel's bar.
Check out the vibrant heart of Liverpool with all of its musical abundance. Reveal some Rock history story behind these city's walls. Combine interesting sightseeing spots with tons of record stores. After browsing the shelfs, check out some bars and venues for tonight.
It's an impressive subTOUR taking you to places all about the early days of the Beatles. Learn about their birthplaces and childhood homes. Stroll along famous Penny Lane and take a picture at Strawberry Field. Take a bike or the bus for this tour or join an official tour operator.
This subTOUR will guide you along famous Liverpool Waterfront. Take your time inside the world-class Beatles & British Music museums and stroll to the Beatles statue at Pier Head. Yes, there are definitely numerous music icons on this walk's list.
You'll never walk alone - this is Liverpool, Anfield Road. Where football has a home. Afterwards, visit the world-famous Casbah Coffee Club, where Beatles history has been written. This subTOUR can be done as bike trip or by bus.
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