Port of Liverpool

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Liverpool
(Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK)

Liverpool has excellent road, rail and bus connections. The railway station is situated in the centre of the city, and can easily be accessed by taxi or bus.

Ferries leaving the port provide sailings to Dublin, Belfast and Douglas.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Local buses depart from the main ferry terminals, offering transport to various destinations in Liverpool. There is a regular National Express service running a selection of coaches to Liverpool from across the UK. National Express uses the station on Norton street.

Car Hire and Road Travel

If you are driving from the centre of Liverpool you need to take the A565 heading to Bootle. Follow the sign for Liverpool Freeport. If you are driving from elsewhere, use the M57 or M58 and follow signs for "All Docks" on the A5036.

The majority of the well-known car rental companies have depots in Liverpool, but the most reliable means of securing a reservation is by pre-booking your car hire online. By booking a car online you will get the best deals and a car of your choice.

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Trains and Rail Travel

Regular express trains run from London Euston Station to Liverpool. The trip takes about 2 hours, 45 minutes. From Manchester, trains run frequently to Liverpool, taking just 45 minutes.

Car Parking

A new car parking facility has been openedin Liver street. The car park is operated by QPark, provides space for 581 cars and has dedicated parking spaces for disabled passengers. Long- and short-term parking are available.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis can be found near the terminals but it is recommended to book a taxi in advance. Dany Liver Cabs can be reached by calling +44 151 708 7080 and Mersey cabs can be reached at +44 151 733 3393.

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