Last Updated: 10th July, 2018
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated beside the Mersey estuary 12 km east of Liverpool city . The airport is accessible by the M53 and M56 motorways and is services by bus, coach, the nearest train station is Liverpool South Parkway, The number 500 bus operates an Express Shuttle service from Liverpool city centre. Car Hire is located on the ground floor of the Multi Storey Car Park across the road from the Airport Terminal just a 2 minute walk
Liverpool Airport Car Hire provides car rental at Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Liverpool city centre from leading rent a car companies such as Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget, National , Europcar all offering special prices on car rental in England. One way car rental available between airports for example pick up your car rental at Liverpool John Lennon Airport and drop off at London Heathrow Airport , or in any other UK city. Choose from a small cheap car to top of the range BMW or Mercedes. 7 seat Mini Vans and 12 seat mini buses and 9 seat minibus hire in Liverpool Manual or Automatic cars are available.
Liverpool Airport, South Terminal, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, Liverpool, L24 1YD. LPL
Liverpool - City 278 East Prescott Road, Knotty Ash, Merseyside, Liverpool, L14 7NH
Liverpool - South 20 Owen Drive,sky Prk Tr Ctr
Airport Arrivals Hall, South Terminal, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, Liverpool, L24 1YD.
Opening Hours:Monday: 07:00 - 23:00
City 278 East Prescott Road, Knotty Ash, Merseyside, Liverpool, L14 7NH
South 20 Owen Drive,sky Park Tr Centre
Enterprise Unit 402, Queens Dock Commercial Centre. Norfok Street, Liverpool, ENG, GB, L1 0BG
AVIS 104 St Anne Street Liverpool L3 3EB England
SIXT Liverpool Lime Street Station Skelhorne Street L3 5LX Liverpool
SIXT Liverpool Central Station Ranelagh Street L1 1JT Liverpool
Opening Hours:Monday: 08:00 - 18:00
South 20 Owen Drive,sky Prk Tr Ctr
Budget Opening Hours:Monday 08:00 - 17:59
Budget Rating 7.7 Very good
8.2 Overall value for money
7.9 Cleanliness of the car
7.3 Service at the rental desk
6.7 Car hire pick-up process
8.1 Car hire drop-off process
Airport Name: Liverpool Airport
Address: John Lennon Airport, Speke, Liverpool, L24 1YD. LPL
Telephone: 44 871 521 8484
Time Zone: GMT
Driving Directions to Liverpool Airport
Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal
Car Hire: The car rental desks are located directly accross the road from the main terminal
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall
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Home to the Beatles, the Grand National and the Liver Birds, and now a designated UNESCO World Heritage city, Liverpool is unique mix of contemporary and classic architecture, waterfronts and designer shopping, museums, lively art scenes and pulsating nightlife. Must see attractions in Liverpool
The first stop for music loves is The Beatles Story a museum dedicated to this iconic sixties band. To enhance the experience, take a Beatles Magical Mystery bus tour to follow in the bands footsteps around the city. Continuing with history, The Museum of Liverpool gives great insight into the city's past, while the Victoria Gallery and Museum explores history and art on a global scale. The incredible World Museum reveals millions of years of the Earth's history through thousands of exhibits and interactive displays. For art, try the Walker Gallery, with its collections spanning six centuries, as well as Tate Liverpool, Open Eye photography gallery and the Bluecoat Centre.
Take a ride on the Mersey Ferries to see the city from the water and visit the Merseyside Maritime Museum or Old Dock Experience to learn about Liverpool's important shipping and seafaring past. You can also try a Duckmarine land to sea cruise, and visit the award-wining U-Boat Story to learn about life on board a real German U-boat.
For shopping, head to the Victorian arcades of Lord Street, or else Liverpool One shopping mall with over 160 shops under one roof. Alternatively, try the exclusive Metquarter for premium and designer goods. For ultra chic shopping and a slice of fashionista history, take a trip to Cavern Walks and Lark Lane home to Vivienne Westwood and Cricket, among others. Football fans can tour the historic Anfield stadium, or visit Liverpool Football Club, and to get away from it all for a while, Otterspool Promenade to the south of the city offers excellent views over the Merseyside and a great place to unwind.
Be in awe with the famous Liver Building; revel in the contemporary art at Tate Liverpool; explore the Merseyside Maritime Museum, unwind at Liverpool ONE - all in one city.
Compared to other large cities in the United Kingdom, Liverpool has emerged as an important cultural centre. It offers a perfect blend of music, arts, literature and nightlife.
Owing to the popularity of The Beatles, along with other groups during the Merseybeat era, Liverpool is labelled as the “World Capital City of Pop”. and later, contributes to Liverpool's status as a tourist destination. The city’s stunning and fantastic architecture is strongly reflected in the lifestyle of people.
With history dating back to 300 years, buildings in Liverpool tell the story of the city’s renaissance as a cultural capital.
One of the oldest buildings, The Bluecoat, is situated in the city centre. Built in early 1700s, the building is a strong reflection of Georgian architecture.
Situated in an iconic setting, Liverpool Waterfront is a place one must visit. If you are in mood for a beat from The Beatles or just want a riverside stroll, this is the place! River Mersey with an arrayed network of docks allows narrow boats to heath right in the heart of Liverpool.
In about 8 miles away from the city centre is Knowsley. Apart from weddings and corporate events, other activities at the grand Knowsley Hall include archery, quad biking and a high ropes course. You can easily reach Knowsley from Liverpool city centre by driving along the M57.
Liverpool is also home to Europe’s first Chinatown. The 10,000 member Chinese community in Liverpool have helped to erect a 15-metre tall Imperial Arch and is regarded as one the best spectacular sites in the city. The neighbourhood of Chinatown is filled with a selection of restaurants and supermarkets, Chinese and Asian.
With a stretch of 22 miles of coastline, Liverpool is a perfect place to relax and unwind. There are several classic resorts located seaside that accommodate scenic parks, shopping and an exciting nightlife. Splash World Waterpark, Martin Mere, Farmer Ted’s etc are some of the places for family outings.
With over 160 famous street shops, fashion brands and independent boutiques, Liverpool ONE is the huge open-air shopping and leisure district located at the heart of the city.
Transport in Liverpool is primarily centred on the city's road networks, which is extensive and provides link across the United Kingdom
Being a major city, Liverpool is well connected to other cities within Engalnd. The M62 motorway connects cities like Bradfore, Leeds and Manchester en route to Hull. The Kingsway and Queensway Tunnels links the city with the Wirral Peninsula. The A41 road, which begins in Birkenhead, connects Liverpool to Cheshire and Shropshire. Heading south, the A562 road connects Widnes and Warrington.
Whether you want to spend a day or a weekend getaway you’re your family at this UNESCO World Heritage Site, our hire car services will be a part of your best moments at Liverpool.
To see the wider region and what the rest of England has to offer, pick up your hire car at Liverpool Airport and go exploring. Norton Priory in Runcorn, Chester, is a great place to start; suitable for families as well as adult travellers, this 12th century priory consists of pristine archaeological remains, garden, woodland and an interesting museum the perfect haven only a short drive away. While in Chester, visit also the Roman Walls, Cathedral, and the famous 'Chester Rows'.
For beaches, try Formby with its high dunes, sweeping sands and pine coastal woods, affording excellent views over the Irish Sea. Southport beach with its iconic pier is another perfect get-away-from-it-all destination close to the city, while Crosby beach has the added bonus of 100 cast iron sculptures by Antony Gormley.
For a coast-to-coast route across the country, follow the Leeds-Liverpool canal, stopping off in some of the small villages and towns along the way. If you'd like to see England's capital, you can drive to the amazing theatre, plentiful museums, gorgeous parks and iconic landmarks of London in around four hours. Alternatively, head north to Scotland for some very different culture, traditions and landscapes, with Edinburgh and Glasgow approximately four hours drive away both well worth the journey.
base2stay Liverpool, 29 Seel Street, City Centre, L1 4AU Liverpool Set in an historical industrial building, base2stay Liverpool offers modern rooms with compact kitchenettes. With free Wi-Fi and HD TVs, the hotel is located in the vibrant RopeWalks district. The spacious rooms are elegantly decorated, and feature ample work space and a large en suite bathroom. Rooms also offer interactive TVs with free music and games, and a mini-kitchen with a microwave, refrigerator and crockery. Just minutes from lively Chinatown, said to be the oldest in Europe, base2stay Liverpool is a 10-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station. Liverpool ONE is 2 minutes away, and The Tate Gallery can be reached in 10 minutes.
39 Paradise Street, City Centre, L1 3ED Liverpool In the heart of the Liverpool ONE development, the luxury Bridgestreet Apartments offer impressive views across Liverpool city centre. The 4-star apartments have stylish interiors and Wi-Fi access. Each Bridgestreet at Liverpool ONE apartment features an open-plan living area with leather sofas and a flat-screen TV/DVD player. The bright bedrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows. Each apartment also has a modern bathroom, full laundry facilities and a housekeeping service. Just a 10-minute walk from Lime Street Station, Bridgestreet at Liverpool ONE is 500 metres from Chavesse Park. Private on-site parking is available, and the Albert Dock is a 10-minute walk away.
Chaloner St, Queens Dock, City Centre, L3 4AJ Liverpool Overlooking Liverpool Docks, the Campanile Liverpool is located 300 metres from the Echo Arena and ACC Liverpool. It offers affordable rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and free parking. The bright and airy rooms at the hotel feature a satellite TV, work desk and tea/coffee-making facilities. They include private bathrooms with a shower and hairdryer. Situated on Queens Dock, the hotel is a 5-minute walk from Albert Dock and the Beatles Story. Liverpool Lime Street Station is 1-mile away and John Lennon Airport is a 15-minute drive.
Jurys Inn Liverpool, No. 31 Keel Wharf, City Centre, L3 4FN Liverpool Situated in Kings Waterfront, next to the Albert Dock and directly opposite the Echo Arena and ACC Liverpool, Jurys Inn Liverpool is also a 5-minute walk into the city centre. The bright, modern bedrooms at Jurys Inn Liverpool feature crisp white linens, large flat-screen TVs and spacious bathrooms with spa toiletries. There are large work space areas available, as well as tea and coffee facilities. The hotel has a 24-hour reception, Wi-Fi in the lobby and also provides services such as dry cleaning/laundry. Public parking is available close to the hotel. Fee applies.The Britannia Adelphi Hotel
The Britannia Adelphi Hotel, Ranelagh Place, City Centre, L3 5UL Liverpool Less than 500 metres from Liverpool Lime Street Rail Station, the central Britannia Adelphi has a white-marble indoor pool, a gym, free Wi-Fi and en suite rooms. The Britannia Adelphi has a jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and solarium. Spindles Salon offers spa and beauty treatments. Built in 1826, The Britannia Adelphi has original period features, including chandeliers and marble halls.
Crowne Plaza Liverpool - John Lennon Airport, Speke Aerodrome, L24 8QD Halewood This 4-star hotel is just 2 miles (3.2 km) from John Lennon Airport. The beautiful Art Deco-style building now houses large, air-conditioned luxury rooms. The hotel was an airport building in the 1930s, and was visited by the Beatles in the 1960s. It now mixes original Art Deco-style with modern luxury. The en suite rooms are light and modern with satellite TV. The Crowne Plaza Liverpool – John Lennon Airport is close to the area's motorways. Liverpool city centre and the main business district are 7 miles (11.3 km) away. Liverpool South Parkway Station is a mile from the Crowne Plaza.
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