Getting Here

Our excellent transport network provides easy access to and from multiple UK, European and international destinations.

By Car

Liverpool City Region is well served by the UK motorway network. From the M6 take the M62, M58 or M56 direct to the destination.

On arrival, you will find a selection of secure multi-storey car parks in the city centre, offering ample parking facilities.

By Bus

Bus is an ideal way to explore Liverpool. If you are local, leave the car at home and connect with Arriva bus services at Liverpool ONE, Queen Square, and other key interchanges to get to and from the city centre. If you are coming from further afield, there is a dedicated service to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and connections with rail interchanges. 

Plan your journey using the Arriva website and app.

By Train

The mainline train station, Liverpool Lime Street, is ideally located in the heart of the city centre. Virgin Trains now offer a direct high-speed service from the centre of London in a little over two hours, running on average once an hour.

From Liverpool Lime Street there are links available to other parts of Merseyside through the Merseyrail service which runs the local train network.

The other major station in Liverpool is Liverpool South Parkway, located close to Liverpool John Lennon Airport offering a very frequent service into the centre of Liverpool.

Other rail networks provide direct train services to Liverpool Lime Street from Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, York and Newcastle.

Useful links:
www.londonmidland.com
www.tpexpress.co.uk
www.merseytravel.gov.uk
www.merseyrail.org
www.northernrail.org

By Plane

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only nine miles from the city centre, with excellent travel links across the region. The airport offers over 70 inbound UK and European routes, with convenient and cost effective air travel from most major European cities.

Manchester Airport is only 50 minutes from Liverpool, offering many direct long haul routes into the Northwest.