Getting Around Liverpool
Travelling to Liverpool by train is a breeze. It’s only 2 hours 13 minutes from Central London on Virgin Trains’ state-of-the-art tilting Pendolino trains. Onboard passengers can enjoy space to relax and unwind with Wi-Fi, power sockets and Quiet Zones. Virgin Trains also offer regular direct services from Stafford and Crewe to Liverpool Lime Street. If you can be flexible about your travel, check out the Virgin Trains Best Fair Finder to find the best value fares and save money.
Once in Liverpool, the Merseyrail train network has good links to other areas of the region and an underground rail service serving 4 city centre stations, Lime Street, James Street, Moorfields and Liverpool Central.
Insider Tip: Pack light if you’re traveling by train and reserve your seat in advance if leaving Sunday or Monday. Monday is bank holiday and trains are full.
Liverpool City Region is well-connected to the UK motorway network. From the M6 take the M62, M58 or M56 direct to the destination.
To travel to Wirral Peninsula from the city centre, take the Mersey Tunnel and don’t forget the toll money! If you’re heading up to the coast, Southport is an enjoyable coastal drive away. The Silver Jubilee Bridge in Runcorn crosses the River Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal to provide convenient road access to Halton. Knowsley and St Helens are easily accessible too, both only a short drive from the city centre.
Getting Around the City
Make sure to carry cash! Getting a taxi is very easy and convenient around Liverpool City Center.
Getting a ride is now easier than ever with Uber! With Uber now in Liverpool, you won’t have a problem ordering one of these services to drive you around town in style!
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