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Liverpool Ferry and Cruise Terminals: Taxi Transfers to and from Liverpool

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Liverpool Ferry and Cruise Terminals: Taxi Transfers to and from Liverpool

Ferries from Liverpool offer people a lot of choice. From here, you can reach both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, because services go to Belfast and Dublin.

There is a ferry to the Isle of Man from Liverpool, too – and, of course, the famous one that crosses the Mersey (to the Wirral), which is used heavily by commuters and tourists.

Liverpool is also a great place to embark on a cruise. From here, holidaymakers can go and explore places such as the Mediterranean, the Baltic, and the Norwegian coast in comfort!

When it comes to getting to your ferry, why not take away all the stress out of planning the first part of your journey and book a taxi through Airport Cars UK? We’ll make sure you’re there in plenty of time to board.

Cruise ship Carnival Legend moored in Liverpool Getting to and from Liverpool Ferry and Cruise Terminals

Liverpool actually has three terminals: one in Liverpool itself, another in nearby Bootle, and a third in Birkenhead. It doesn’t matter which one of these you’re departing from or coming into, because Airport Cars UK can get your taxi to you whenever and wherever you need it.

You can book now by using the journey calculator above, or call our team of dispatchers on +44 (0) 330 088 2222 and give them your journey details!

Top 10 things to do in Liverpool  

Whether Liverpool is one of your ports of call, or you’re spending a longer period here after sailing in, there’s plenty to see and do when you disembark!

1)As you’ve probably guessed, since your ship pulled in here, Liverpool is steeped in maritime history – and you can explore this at the Merseyside Maritime Museum, in Albert Dock. Depending on how long you’ve got in Liverpool, why not visit the Tate, too – and grab a bit to eat and a drink in one of the restaurants or bars?

2) More of Liverpool’s heritage can be found at the Museum of Liverpool. This is actually a recent attraction – it opened in 2011! Learn all about the city here.

3) If you’re a fan of old buildings, why not go and see Speke Hall, a Tudor mansion – or Croxteth Hall? Liverpool’s impressive architecture isn’t limited to earlier eras, either – the Port of Liverpool building, for example, was finished in 1907.

4) Talking of buildings, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, which has quite an unusual design!

5) Are you a football fan? If you’re here during the football season, there’s the opportunity to see the famous Liverpool or Everton clubs play at home.

6) If you’ve read this far, you were probably wondering when The Beatles were going to be mentioned. Don’t worry – they can’t be left out of anything to do with Liverpool, and rightly so. You can find out all about them at The Beatles Story, in Albert Dock – a permanent exhibition all about the Fab Four.

7) You can also visit the venue that they are perhaps the most associated with: the Cavern Club, on Mathew Street in the city centre. They made their first appearance here before Ringo joined – and before too long, they had performed at the Cavern almost 300 times.

8) Perhaps you don’t have very long before you need to get back on your ship. If so, the Hop-on Hop-off Tour is ideal for you. See the city’s sights from an open-top bus and, if you wish, you can get off and wander around, then get back on it again. Tickets are valid for 24 hours!

9) If you do have a lot of time to spare, and you’re a fan of horse racing, you can wander further afield and check out Haydock Park. Other events are held there, too.

10) Twenty miles north of Liverpool is the charming seaside resort of Southport, which is very popular with tourists. Spend a few hours here and you’ll see why!

Ferry and Cruise Transfers Liverpool

Of course, when you get to Liverpool and leave your ferry, you might have to make a connection so you can reach your final destination. Liverpool has railway stations and an airport, and Airport Cars UK can take you to these – as well as a range of other transport hubs in Liverpool and further away!

Transfer Time from Liverpool Ferry and Cruise Terminals

Birmingham Airport 108 miles (110-120 minutes)
Leeds Bradford International Airport 75 miles (100-110 minutes)
Liverpool John Lennon Airport 8 miles (20-25 minutes)
Manchester Airport
 36 miles (40-45 minutes)
Liverpool Lime Street Station
2 miles (10-15 minutes)
Holyhead Ferry Terminal 95 miles (110-120 minutes)

Your options aren’t limited to these transport hubs, either – at Airport Cars UK, we cater for individual needs, so if you want to get to your hotel, your conference venue, or even back home after your holiday, we can take you. Call us now or use the journey calculator!