2021 Travel Information
Liverpool is a very well-connected city and there are many travel options to get to the city.
Less than 20 minutes from the UK motorway, ACC Liverpool is easily reachable by car. The temporary Liverpool Waterfront Car Park offers limited parking and other car parks are available within 5 minutes’ walk.
Catching the train
ACC Liverpool is a 20-minute walk or a short taxi/ bus ride away from Liverpool Lime Street station, which has direct routes to London with a journey time of approximately two hours. Avanti West Coast operates direct services from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street.
The John Lennon Airport offers low cost, chartered and domestic flights to European and international destinations. Additionally, Manchester Airport, just a 45-minute drive from Liverpool, has a more extensive network of flights, with long haul destinations including America and the Far East served with direct flights.
A number of cycle routes enable cyclists to easily get around Liverpool and visit ACC Liverpool by bicycle. You can find out more about the routes available from Liverpool City Council’s website. You can take your bike for free on ferries and trains in Merseyside. Most stations have free, secure cycle storage too. Citybike, run by Liverpool City Council, is the largest public bicycle scheme outside of London, offering over 100 stations across the city centre. Tariff packages are available from £3 per day, and stations are available at ACC Liverpool, as well as Lime Street and across the city centre and waterfront areas.
Walking in Liverpool city centre is an enjoyable experience, not least because it’s the best way to experience the life, architecture and friendly nature of its people. Pedestrianised areas around Liverpool ONE link to the wide Waterfront boulevard, the docks and ACC Liverpool.
For further information on how to get to the ACC please visit: https://www.accliverpool.com/visiting-us/travelling-here/