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Whether it’s the football, the history and heritage, the contemporary buzz or the Fab Four, a cheap flight to Liverpool places you in the heart of a vibrant and endlessly rewarding city.
Liverpool offers retail, clubbing, culture and sports all year-round – but flights tend to peak in the summer months. Try booking a cheap flight in the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn for the best chance of good weather and a great air fare.
It’s always the early (liver) bird that catches the best deals – so try and book as far in advance as you can. Whenever you are booking, however, there are ways you can use Expedia to find the best price on your flights to Liverpool.
For instance, if you can be flexible on your dates, select ‘Show flexible dates’ when your flight results are returned. This allows you to look at nearby dates – and often a day or two’s difference can make a very big difference to the cost of your flight.
Optimal flight times from UK airports to Liverpool are:
Liverpool John Lennon Airport International Airport offers many cheap flight options from UK destinations – as well as a good choice of onward flights if you are heading abroad.
For those looking to explore the city, the airport is perfectly located just a little way south of the centre in Speke, Merseyside. It takes around 25 minutes to drive from the airport to the heart of Liverpool. Bus services arrive at the airport every 20 minutes and are very reasonably priced. A taxi fare from the airport to the city centre is around £15. Car hire is also available from the airport.
Airlines offering direct flights to Liverpool from the UK include:
Merseyrail trains run frequently throughout the day across 66 stations in and around Liverpool. There are also four city centre underground stations and an excellent bus service that makes travelling across the city a breeze.
As Liverpool has a compact city centre, bikes offer an attractive alternative. The Bike & Go scheme allows you to hire a bike from participating train stations.
Of course, no visit to Liverpool would be complete without taking a ferry across the Mersey. Cross over to the Wirral Peninsula while enjoying the on-board commentary, before visiting the tranquil Port Sunlight Village and Lady Lever Art Gallery.
For a sense of this port’s history visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Liverpool Museum, where a wide range of exhibits tell the story of the city.
The modern Albert Dock boasts shops, restaurants and fashionable clubs as well as The Beatles Story museum. This is where tours depart for Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and the Cavern Club.
Sporting fans can visit Anfield or enjoy a day at the races at Aintree.
If you’re planning on seeing the Grand National get that flight booked as early as possible. Demand spikes around this historic sporting event.