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Liverpool is one of the most well-connected cities in the UK, serviced by rail, the motorway and even its own international airport.

For those who are staying away from the festive tipples and are travelling by car, details of city centre car parks can be found at Liverpool ONESt John's Car Park and Liverpool Waterfront, next to ACC Liverpool.

Liverpool is a 40 minute car journey from Warrington, 45 minutes from Chester and North Wales, under an hour from Manchester and just a 1 hour drive from Preston.



Wherever you go in Liverpool, you’re never too far from a Merseyrail station, or if you’re travelling from further afield, there are regular direct services to Liverpool Lime Street from London, Leeds, York, Manchester and Birmingham.

Visit the Merseyrail website or download the free Merseyrail App to plan your journey.

Virgin Trains

Experience the magic of Christmas with the whole family in Liverpool with Virgin Trains - book your family ticket in advance online at

TransPennine Express

Travel to Liverpool on direct train services with TransPennine Express.


If you’re coming from even further afield, FlybeEasyJet, Blue Air and Ryanair provide daily domestic services from airports including Belfast, Isle of Man, Derry and Newquay to Liverpool John Lennon Airport. The airport is just a 20 minute bus journey or taxi ride into Liverpool City Centre where the festive shopping can commence.

We know that a day in Liverpool isn’t long enough, take a look at our accommodation offer to book a Christmas break.

For more detailed information on how to get here (and how to get around) see the VisitLiverpool website.

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  1. Merseyrail


    This Christmas, get straight to the heart of the festivities with Merseyrail.