Have you thought about how you’re getting to the event? Here’s all the Liverpool Bordeaux Wine Festival travel information in you’ll need. We strongly advise using the city’s brilliant public transport links.
There are lots of different ways that you can travel around Liverpool on the city wide transport network. Why not Get there by Train with Merseyrail? with various stations taking you to the heart of the celebrations. Whether you plan on coming by foot, bike, ferry or flight, you can find all the necessary information on the Merseytravel website.
Lime Street Station is Liverpool’s mainline station with trains arriving from Manchester, London, Scotland and the rest of the UK.
For the celebrations on Liverpool Waterfront, get there by train to Merseyrail‘s nearest stations; Moorfields, Liverpool Central & James Street.
Regular services run throughout the day and return travel starts from £2.10 or a family of five can enjoy a Family Ticket for just £11 – Plan Your Journey with the Merseyrail Journey Planner.
There are two main city centre bus terminals and travel centres:
- Liverpool ONE Paradise Street Bus Station
- Queen Square Bus Station
If you would like information on transport on the bus network in Liverpool, please visit Merseytravel.gov.uk.
Cycling is permitted around the city with dedicated cycle parking available. The city also benefits from a CityBike cycle hire scheme, find out more here.
Are you coming to the Liverpool from overseas? There are flights from all over the world to Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
- Liverpool John Lennon Airport is around a 20-25 minute taxi journey from Liverpool town centre.
- Arriva Bus services to and from the airport include the 80A which depart from Liverpool One Bus Station every 20 minutes.
- If you would like further information on transport via Liverpool John Lennon Airport, please visit their website here.
- Can’t find your local airport? Try searching for flights to Manchester Airport.
Coaches head to the city from across the UK, and drop off directly at Liverpool ONE – right on the waterfront. For further information please visit the National Express website.
The Mersey Ferry connects Liverpool and the Wirral Peninsula calling at celebration itself on the Pier Head, Seacombe and Woodside. Visit the Mersey Ferries website for more information.