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Why Eurolines



Liverpool:


Experience Merseyside. Travel return to Liverpool for just €73 with Eurolines.


From the steel and oil of the thriving docklands to the marble and colour of the Tate, Liverpool is a city of vibrant contrasts. John, Paul, Ringo and George. The River Mersey. Anfield, Goodison, Bill Shankly and Dixie Dean. Experience one of Europe’s most exciting port cities, and cross the Irish Sea with Eurolines.


Music lovers can relive the spirit of the 60’s at the Cavern Club, or experience the dulcet tones of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. Meanwhile, sport lovers can enter the cathedrals of Anfield and Goodison Park, and witness a city gripped by red and blue passion. Then, for all you culture vultures, foodies, and amateur historians, there’s the Walker Art Museum, the Merseyside Maritime Museum, and a host of world-class eateries to leave you spoilt for choice.


London:


Witness London. Travel return to London with Eurolines for just €73



London has everything for everyone. Whether it’s the iconic buildings of the South Bank (Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, Tower Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral to name but a few) or the cultural behemoths of the Tate Modern or Shakespeare’s Globe, cultural hotspots are everywhere you look. And that’s before we mention Buckingham Palace or the eight Royal Parks to explore. For those with an interest in the arts, the Tate Modern and the National Gallery are two of the finest galleries in the world. Meanwhile the Science Museum, Natural History Museum, and of course British Museum provide inexhaustible education, entertainment and interest for all ages. And with shopping, food and sport the envy of the rest of Europe, all your needs are covered.


London. What else can you say? The beating heart of the old world, a chrome and silver blur of industry and progress in the new, London is a city with an unrivalled cultural history, yet still remains firmly in the here and now of the 21st Century. Witness the ultimate modern capital, and get to London with Eurolines.


Manchester:


Head North. Travel return to Manchester with Eurolines for just €73


From Oasis to the Smiths, Joy Division to the Happy Mondays, ‘Madchester’s’ musical scene is still alive and thriving. Oxford Road, Deansgate and the Northern Quarter are all full of cutting edge bars and clubs, illustrating Manchester’s status as the UK’s capital of cool. While you’re at it, why not sample some of the local beers produced by Manchester’s 30 independent breweries. For daytime pursuits, Manchester is full of fantastic attractions, from Chester Zoo, to the Royal Exchange Theatre to the People’s History Museum. And if you’re lucky enough to be visiting on matchday, two of the world’s largest football clubs are located within the city walls, with Manchester United at Old Trafford, and Manchester City at the Etihad.


The great Northern urban centre. A city to rival London. The heart of the ‘real’ Britain. A bustling, independent hub of individuality, from sport to art, to music, Manchester marches to its own tune. Head up North. Get to Manchester with Eurolines.



Edinburgh:


Visit Scotland’s capital. Travel return to Edinburgh with Eurolines for just €75


From Edinburgh Castle, to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Royal Mile is an architectural wonder, with Parliament Buildings and St.Giles’s Cathedral also among the historic buildings to skirt its sides. Yet Edinburgh is touched throughout by history. Whether it’s the cobbled alleys of the Old Town, the historic houses dotted throughout the city or the timeless architecture constantly on show, Edinburgh is a constant visual wonder. It’s also a gastronomical wonder, as the plentiful Michelin starred restaurants currently housed within the city can attest to, with the more traditional Scottish delicacies of Hagis, Neeps and Tatties represented throughout many of the city’s pubs. Edinburgh also loves throwing parties, the world-renowned festivals of Hogmany, and Fringe drawing thousands to this ancient city. So much to do – and that’s before we mention the vibrant music, nightlife and shopping also on show.


Edinburgh is elegance. With a city actively shaped by a rich and eventful history, a people famed for their lyrical skill as much as their friendliness, and a culture, manner and way of life that’s found nowhere else in the world, Edinburgh really is Scotland’s polished gem.