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Car Park in Liverpool

Where to park in Liverpool ?
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Liverpool is a port city in the northwest of England, on the east coast of the Irish Sea. Come and discover Liverpool and find all the parking information you need here.

With a population of around 500,000, Liverpool is the sixth largest city in the UK. It is located in the Greater Liverpool region, which has a population of approximately 2.2 million. The city is surrounded by hills and coastal plains with a variety of green spaces and parks. Liverpool is also famous for its architecture, which includes historic and modern buildings such as the Royal River Building, Liverpool Cathedral and Tate Liverpool. It is also home to Liverpool's most popular and successful football team.

Car park options in Liverpool

Liverpool has a number of parking options, including underground car parks, street car parks, guarded car parks and free car parks. It is important to note that parking in the city center can be expensive and difficult, especially during peak hours. If you are driving and want to park in or around Liverpool here are some things you may find useful:

Street parking in Liverpool

Street parking in Liverpool is available, but is often limited and can be expensive, especially in the city center. Rates vary depending on the location and length of parking. It is important to note that on-street parking areas are often regulated by parking meters, and it is necessary to pay for a valid parking ticket and display it clearly on your vehicle. There are also residential parking zones in some parts of the city, which are reserved for local residents with special parking permits. In summary, if you want to park on the street in Liverpool it is possible but not necessarily easy or convenient. You will also need to be careful and read the parking signs carefully to avoid a fine.

Parking in Liverpool City Centre

If you want to park in Liverpool city center by car, there are plenty of car parks available for residents and visitors alike. Prices vary depending on the car park and its location. At peak times it can be difficult to find a parking space as they are taken over by the locals. To ensure you have a parking space we recommend you book in advance for a quick and easy arrival in Liverpool.

Parking on the outskirts of Liverpool

If you want to avoid the city center traffic and don't want to waste time looking for a parking space as well as paying less, another option is to park in a P+R car park on the outskirts of Liverpool. Although these car parks are well connected to the city's public transport system and are cheaper than those in the city center, they can often be full or, due to the city's heavy rush hour traffic, can take a long time to reach the city center by transport. Find out in advance to avoid unpleasant surprises.

Parking near Liverpool (Birkenhead, Whiston, Deeside)

Liverpool has plenty of parking options, but finding your way around the city or finding a parking space can be tricky and time consuming. If you want to get to Liverpool without spending a lot of money on parking or don't want to drive there, the last option is to park in Liverpool's neighboring towns such as Birkenhead, Deeside or Whiston. These towns are all within easy reach of the center of Liverpool and are well connected by public transport: From Birkenhead it is only a 13 minute bus ride to Liverpool city center. From Whiston it is just under 20 minutes by train. From Deeside, this will be the furthest option as it will take you around 1.5 hours to get to Liverpool city center by train.

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Liverpool : how to go ?

Getting to Liverpool by car from many cities in England is fairly straightforward. The main motorways serving the city are the M62, M58 and M56. Don't hesitate to use a GPS to get there. Liverpool is easily accessible by public transport, including trains, buses and planes. The city has two main stations, Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central, which are served by trains from London and other UK cities. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is approximately 12 km south-east of the city and offers domestic and international flights. There is also an efficient bus network serving the city and surrounding area as mentioned above.

What to see and do in Liverpool ?

As one of the largest cities in England, but also one that welcomes thousands of visitors every year, Liverpool has a lot to offer and is full of things to see and do whether it is on your own, with friends or with your family. Whatever the season, the city is alive and kicking all year round. Here are some recommendations for you when traveling to Liverpool:

Visit museums in Liverpool

When visiting Liverpool, there are some museums you should not miss. Firstly, there is the City of Liverpool Museum which tells the story of the city from its foundation to the present day. Then there is the Beatles Museum, also known as the Beatles Story: This interactive museum tells the story of the legendary British rock band, the Beatles, and their home town. Finally, for art fans, there is the Tate Liverpool Gallery: This modern art gallery houses a collection of contemporary art and holds regular temporary exhibitions.

Visit Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool has a rich history in terms of culture, and some of the city's landmarks are world-renowned, such as Liverpool Cathedral: This Gothic cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals in the world and offers a breathtaking view of the city. If you are visiting this city, it is a must-see during your visit.

Walking around Liverpool

If you like to shop and walk around, here are two places not to miss: The Royal Albert Dock and the Albert Dock Walk. Firstly, the Royal Albert Dock is a historic complex of red brick buildings housing shops, restaurants and museums. It is a very pretty place to walk around. The Albert Dock Walk is a picturesque promenade along the Royal Albert Dock with panoramic views of the city and the Irish Sea.

Go to a match at Anfield Stadium

Football fans can visit Liverpool's iconic stadium and learn more about the club's history. Many matches are held there, just be sure to check in advance to get there during your visit and especially to try and get tickets (they go very quickly!)

Now you know a bit more about Liverpool so don't wait any longer and book your parking in advance with Parkimeter!