Liverpool, Merseyside, England in the United Kingdom is a historic port city. Today, tourism plays a very important role for the economy in addition to port trade.
The Royal Liver Building, World Museum Liverpool and St. George’s Hall are among popular tourist attractions in the birth city of The Beatles.
The city is easily reached from domestic and international origins. Liverpool Lime Street Station is the main train station in the centre of the city. Trains depart on the two hour trip to London every few hours. Other frequent train departures include Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham.
Two public bus companies operate frequent routes to and from Liverpool. Megabus and National Express have prices varying according to distance travelled and date of booking.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (airport code LPL) is the main airport for the city of Liverpool and much of the north-western part of England, United Kingdom. It is a little less than 12 kilometres from the city centre and serves, more specifically, Liverpool, Cheshire, North Wales, Merseyside and Lancashire.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport only hosts seven airlines – Eastern Airways, EasyJet, Flybe, KLM, Onur Air, Ryanair, Saga and Wizz Air. EasyJet and Ryanair offer flights to the most destinations; the remaining five carriers only fly to one or two cities. The busiest routes include Belfast, Málaga, Amsterdam, Dublin and Alicante . EasyJet and Ryanair also offer the most frequent flights.