Flight from London to Liverpool
Flights from London to Liverpool are fairly inconvenient, and tend to require a number of stopovers. British Airways offers nine flights from 6:40 a.m. until 8:20 p.m., while Virgin Atlantic has three on their schedule, one in the morning and two in the evening. There are, however, a number of direct flights from London Heathrow to nearby Manchester, which is approximately 50 km from Liverpool. This route is provided by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, and takes around 1 hour.
With so much to offer in the way of culture, it can be easy to be overwhelmed when visiting London for a short period of time. England's capital boasts a number of world-renowned museums, including the British Museum, which offers an exhibit artefacts from cultures around the world. If history isn't quite your thing, there's also the Science Museum and the Albert and Victoria Museum, which showcase art and design. Take a stroll along the Thames for a great view of some of the city's top sites and landmarks, and take a ride on the London Eye for incredible panoramic views of the city.
Visiting Liverpool, the birthplace of The Beatles, can be akin to a pilgrimage for diehard fans. Start at The Beatles Story at Albert Dock, which takes visitors through the Fab Four's life, then continue to the Magical Mystery Tour, a Beatles-themed tour of the city, and end up at the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. However, with a plethora of great theatres showcasing all kinds of performance styles, cinemas and comedy nights, and a range of pubs, bars and clubs, is astounding, Liverpool also has an energetic and lively nightlife.