Getting to Liverpool
Whether you are visiting for a weekend getaway, or a day trip with the family, travelling to Liverpool has never been easier. Liverpool City Region boasts exceptional transport connectivity and a diverse range of travel options, rivalling cities across the globe. With various and convenient access routes, reaching Liverpool is a seamless journey, regardless of whether you're travelling by road, rail, air, or sea, get away to it all with ease…
Served by two international airports - Liverpool and Manchester you can catch a flight to the city from wherever your starting point. For UK travellers, rail is a great way to travel. Hop on board at Liverpool Lime Street station, which connects the city to the wider UK rail system with services from multiple operators. The Merseyrail network efficiently links Chester, Wirral, Southport, and Liverpool Airport through the Wirral and Northern Line networks. The City Line provides easy navigation within Liverpool City Centre.
If you’re driving, The UK Motorway network serves the Liverpool City Region via the M6, M62, M58 and M56 and so is effortlessly accessed by car and various coach networks.
Merseyrail connects Liverpool City Region and further afield towards Chester. There are two lines, Northern Line which connects Liverpool and the Wirral Line connecting to Wirral, Ellesmere Port and Chester.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport connects Liverpool with over 70 destinations across the UK, Europe and Africa.
Travel to and from Liverpool Airport is simple via direct bus routes which can be seen here.
There's also the option to get the Merseyrail train to Liverpool South Parkway and take the airport shuttle service. Trains towards Hunts Cross stop at Liverpool South Parkway.
By Bus and Coach
Liverpool City Region is serviced by Arriva and Stagecoach buses which connect the city via Liverpool ONE Bus Station and Queen Square Bus Station.
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