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Airport Taxi and Transfers in Liverpool, Merseyside UK

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We all know travelling to a place never been before takes courage and a whole lot of research. Before heading out on your journey, you hook yourself to the internet, checking out places to eat, shop and stay. If you have no friends or family or, to the least, someone you know, finding the right hotel to put up becomes taxing. And the most crucial part, getting around the new city you have just flown in. This blog will serve as a complete travel guide and help you travel smart. Let us explore Liverpool and the multiple travel options to get around the city.

Liverpool city has a lot to offer to its visitors. The green spaces to coastlines, peaceful and serene neighbourhoods, Quarters / the city centre, parks, boroughs just a few minutes away, all of these make Liverpool a grand city to visit. Sounds like great fun? Whether you are a football maniac, a music lover or a globetrotter, a trip to the homeland of the Beatles and the famous Liverpool Football club and their Anfield stadium, sounds far more exciting than calming. And just like the Club's anthem, "You'll never walk alone", you will never be alone and lost in Liverpool, cause we got you with this travel information.

Airports serving in Liverpool

While there are several airports nearby the city of Liverpool, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is the nearest with just 8 miles away from the city centre. The airport also serves the neighbouring areas Merseyside, Cheshire, Shropshire and North Wales. Whether you flew into Manchester airport, Leeds or Blackpool airport, leave no room for anxiety or worries about getting to Liverpool. There are multiple ways to get to Liverpool city. 

Ways to Get to the city and travel options from anywhere across the country

By Rail: Liverpool John Lennon Airport has easy connectivity through rail and road. The closest train station is the Liverpool South Parkway station. From here there are direct trains run to and from Liverpool Lime Street Station and Liverpool central station. It may be relieving to know that direct trains from Sheffield, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham and other major UK cities run to Liverpool South Parkway.

By Shuttle Bus/City Bus:  Shuttle bus Airlink 500 connects Liverpool city to the airport and bus leaves from the airport to Liverpool One every 30 minutes with a few other stoppages at Widnes, Prescot, St Helens, Runcorn and other places. City buses also run regularly daily on two major lines - 80A and 86A-86D. 

By Taxi: The most convenient way to get to Liverpool city Centre or from the city to the airport is to hire a taxi. Multiple taxi companies operate and provide smooth and prompt service any time of the day and year. So for any visitor to worry about missing the shuttle bus or train to reach the city should not occur. Renting a Liverpool airport taxi is ideally the best way to travel as it gives you comfort, easy handling of luggage, fast transport as you relax after a long flight while the driver chauffeurs you around town. 

Hiring a private taxi with a door-to-door convenience will ease your travel tension. For first time visitors, you reach your destination without having to struggle through the route. With all the comforts and convenience, when you take a taxi, you may have the liberty to stop by in any of the pretty little Crosby and find yourself a homely guesthouse with prices far cheaper than those high-end hotels. 

Exploring Liverpool city gets even more convenient in a private hired taxi without worries about time and rush hour. Visitors may head on directly to Liverpool One or Bold street straight from the airport with the comfort and convenience of travelling by own car.

 

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