Interactive Map of Liverpool
Liverpool is served by several budget airlines which have frequent domestic flights to Liverpool's John Lennon Airport. Visitors can use the Airlink Express bus service to reach the city centre in around 30 minutes.
The M62 connects Liverpool with the M6, making the city very accessible by car or national bus service.
Liverpool has an enviable rail service with direct trains from Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and London (2hrs 30) as well as other major UK cities. Long distance rail services use Lime Street Station while Liverpool Central is mainly served by local train services.
Ferries operate from Belfast and Douglas, Isle of Man delivering foot passengers and cars right into the heart of the city.
Driving into the city can be difficult if you are unfamiliar with the layout. To avoid traffic congestion, Park and Ride Merseyside runs various park and ride schemes for visitors with free parking and fast frequent transport from railway stations on the Wirral Line, Northern Line and the City Line
There are many council run car parks in Liverpool city centre charging around £1.60 hour or a reasonable daily rate of £10. Most have pay and display options or you can pay by mobile phone by calling the number quoted in the car park. You can even extend your parking time using this convenient facility.
Most car parks are small (30-80 spaces) with the exception of Mount Pleasant multistory which has 1339 spaces. Beetham Plaza on Brunswick Street (113 spaces) is closest to the waterfront.
Interactive map of Liverpool: You can show or hide points of interest with the checkboxes, and click for photos and more details.