By air, rail, sea or road, Liverpool is very easy to find but much harder to leave
Liverpool John Lennon airport is nine miles south-east of the city centre. The Airlink 500 bus service runs to the city centre at least every 30 minutes (2.50 one way), and the new Liverpool South Parkway train station is nearby, with regular bus services to and from the airport.
The Mersey travel network makes getting around the Liverpool region by train or bus easy, whatever your individual needs.
Visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 to plan your journey. Off-peak day tickets and weekly, monthly or yearly passes are available.
The S2 and S3 city centre circular buses run every 15 minutes and cost just 1 per journey (free if youve got a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly ticket).
Lime Street is the national railway network station, and theres a National Express coach station too.
The Mersey Ferry runs regularly between Liverpools Pier Head, and Seacombe and Woodside in Wirral. And the new cruise liner facility sees many ocean-going liners calling into port.
On foot is a great way to really immerse yourself in all the city has to offer. In Liverpools compact city centre, most key attractions and venues are within easy walking distance.
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