Liverpool is an exciting city with an illustrious history. Apart from the instantly recognisable waterfront, the architectural heritage including two unique cathedrals and its many famous sons and daughters, Liverpool is vibrant with culture and creativity.
Liverpool is situated about 35 miles from Manchester Airport (largest airport in the region).
Liverpool itself also has an international airpot which is about 5 miles outside the city centre, the number 500 bus provides a frequent connection to the airport. (Note : The low cost carriers EasyJet and Ryanair fly out of Liverpool Airport)
Manchester Airport | Liverpool Airport | EasyJet | Ryanair
Liverpool Lime Street is located at the heart of the city centre and has main line railway connections with most major cities.
National rail timetables and tickets | Trainline.com | Eurostar
The department is easily accessible from the M62, M58 & M56 (via the tunnel). These motorways in turn link onto the M6. Liverpool is about 45 minutes drive from North Wales, Chester and Greater Manchester and about 4 hours from London.
National Express provide coach times on their web site. Liverpool coach station is located on London road.
The City of Liverpool
Museums & Galleries
The Albert Dock
Welcome to Merseyside