Travel To and From Liverpool
Located right in the centre of the commercial and cultural hub that is England's North West, getting to Liverpool is simple and quick, especially since Liverpool is so well served by air, rail, coach, sea and road.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport handles around 160 flights daily from within the UK and Europe. The airport is well-served by low-cost airlines including Easyjet and Ryanair and is about 12km to the south of the city centre.
Liverpool is served by Liverpool Lime Street railway station in the heart of the city centre. Trains arrive frequently from all parts of the U.K and Liverpool is only about two hours from London by train.
National Express coach company has a bus station on Norton Street, a short walk from Liverpool City Centre. London is four to five hours away by coach and is served by a half a dozen services per day.
Ferry services between Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Belfast and Dublin are operated by Norfolk Line, and between Liverpool and Douglas by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company.
Birkenhead Ferry Terminal, Liverpool Birkenhead Ferry port operates ferries from Liverpool to the following destinations.
Address: 12 Quays Terminal,
Wirrall CH41 1FE
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Liverpool John Lennon Airport (IATA: LPL, ICAO: EGGP) is an international airport serving the city of Liverpool and the North West of England
Address: Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool L24 1YD
Tel: 0871 521 8484
Liverpool Lime Street Station, Liverpool Lime Street railway station on Lime Street is a mainline and underground railway station serving the city centre of Liverpool
Address: Liverpool Lime Street station
Liverpool L1 1JD
Tel: 08457 11 41 41
The National Express coach station, National Express operates regular services from all major towns and cities in Britain to Norton Street Coach Station, Liverpool.
Address: National Express Coach Station
Tel: 08705 80 80 80