Liverpool is an ideal City for a Getaway or even just a Day Trip from Manchester. But walking all over the City? The Albert Dock with its TATE Art Museum and Beetles Story area easily reachable by Foot from the Central Train Station, however, to explore more of Liverpool you might want to use Public Transportations, to save time getting from one place to another. As I experienced, the public transport system is quite good, allowing you to reach probably almost every corner of the City. Find below an overview of all the Public Transport in Liverpool.
Public Transport in Liverpool
Renting Bikes in Liverpool
CityBikes Bike Rentals are available all over Liverpool. Before using a bike to get around the City eco-friendly, you have to register on their website on citybikeliverpool.co.uk. First, you have to choose your type of membership, daily, weekly or yearly. On the website, or on the Android or iOS App you’ll find more information on how the exact booking process works, and the payment methods (credit/debit cards). After you successfully created your account you will receive a login and pin via text message and e-mail. Via those both details you log in to any station in Liverpool. You can also check availabilities at each station online, to make sure you don’t go to a station with no bikes left.
uber in Liverpool
Just as in most other Cities in the UK, uber is available in Liverpool. In detail, you can choose among uberX, uberXL, uberExec and uber Assist in Liverpool. For example, a ride from the Lime Street Station to TATE in the Albert Dock will cost you between 3 to 5 Pounds with uberX. If you’re about to use uber for the first time, make sure to use the code dr6zfue for a discount on your first ride.
Train Stations in Liverpool
If you’re travelinh to Liverpool by Rail, there are a few stations to chose from. The main station, in an impressive building from the 1830’s, is Liverpool Lime Street Station. It connects various UK Cities, among them of course also Manchester. For more Information on timetables, tickets and shops within the station can be found on nationalrail.co.uk.
Bus Lines in Liverpool
Buses are an ideal form of transport within Liverpool and the neighbouring districts. Further Information on Bus Routes and Bus Maps, Ferry Lines and parking at the stations can be found on merseytravel.gov.uk.