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Ferries Liverpool

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Located in North-Western England, in the county of Merseyside, Liverpool stands at the mouth of the River Mersey and is one of the most important cities in the whole United Kingdom.

The port of Liverpool is a vast complex in Great Britain. It is of great importance for its network of ferry connections, which allows you to easily reach Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.

From its origin, it has been a state-of-the-art port. The buildings constructed over the years within the port area and the various docks on the waterfront form a very large group of listed monuments.

From Liverpool, ferries serve the route to Ireland. The ferry company Stena Line operates the sailing Liverpool Belfast. These crossings take approximately 8 hours with 2 or 3 departures day and night.

Located just 15 minutes by car from the city centre, Liverpool Harbour features many facilities to meet all travellers' requirements. Visitors will find bars, restrooms, a relaxation room and nursery, parking for short and long stays, ticket offices, and free Wi-Fi.

Other services such as banks, hospitals and pharmacies, shops, restaurants and a wide range of accommodations are easy to reach from the Liverpool ferry terminal.

Liverpool ferries About Liverpool

Discover one of the major cities in the United Kingdom with ferries to Liverpool!

You will find plenty to do and see, whether you are a culture lover or if you are looking for relax and entertainment. Set off to discover the red buildings of the Albert Dock: the huge port area is testimony to the city's rich industrial past. Here you will find the Merseyside Maritime Museum, with an exhibition dedicated to the Titanic, and the Tate gallery.

Explore Liverpool's landmarks: the Cathedral and its tower boast a spectacular view over the city, while the futuristic Cathedral of Christ the King is an example of the city's modern architecture.

St George's Quarter is home to some of the most impressive examples of Victorian buildings. You shouldn't miss the three Graces of Liverpool: the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building.

If you love nature, go to Sefton Park, one of the most beautiful parks to see in Liverpool, while if you are a football fan, with the ferries to Liverpool you cannot miss the famous Anfield Road stadium.

Finally, you can retrace the footsteps of the Beatles by visiting The Beatles Story museum. You can tour the birthplaces of the singers, the statue at the Pier Head and the Cavern Quarter - a set of clubs and pubs dedicated to the band, where you can spend a pleasant evening.

 

How to reach the boardings

Address: 12 Quays Terminal Tower Road Birkenhead Wirral CH41 1FE

GPS coordinates: 53°24'11.5''N 3°0'58.04''W

The port of Liverpool is easily reachable by the best motorway networks. The railway station is a 15-minute walk from the Liverpool Ferry Terminal, which is also served by shuttle bus services. Regular bus services are available for passengers travelling to the main cities of England.

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