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Travelling to Liverpool
Liverpool is a major port city on the western side of the UK, right by the river Mersey. Its diverse culture and communities are the result of the city’s port in the twentieth century, and in 2008 it held the title of the Culture Capital of Europe. Famous for its people, architecture, and, of course, the Beatles, Liverpool is a hugely popular destination for national and international visitors alike.
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Quick Guide to Liverpool
|Must Know:||It's simple to get around Liverpool by foot and there is also a reliable public transport network in the city.|
|Must See:||Visit Lark Lane to explore cute vintage shops and cosy cafés.|
|Must Do:||Take a walk along the river to see some of the nicest parts of Liverpool.|
|Did you know?||Liverpool has more museums and galleries than anywhere else in the UK other than London.|
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Public transportation to and from the Liverpool Airport and Liverpool city centre is serviced by the Arriva 500 coach.
Liverpool Liverpool One Bus Station
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Liverpool Lime Street
Travelling to Liverpool
Liverpool Central train station and Liverpool Lime Street are the main railway stations in the city, providing an abundance services around Liverpool and beyond. As a major city in England, there are frequent services to and from London, as well as other major cities such as Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and Birmingham.
John Lennon airport, named after the legendary Beatles performer, is located just south of the city and offers many budget flights across Europe. Despite being a relatively small airport, it receives dozens of Ryanair and easyjet flights per day, among other airlines. The airport is connected with bus and train routes to central Liverpool and the rest of the UK.
Liverpool Coach Station, located close to Liverpool Lime Street railway station, receives and runs many National Express and Megabus services across the UK. As a frequently visited tourist destination, these services are frequent and affordable, and provide a good alternative to rail transport.