Popular Train Routes to Liverpool

London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street - 2h 12 mins

Birmingham New Street to Liverpool Lime Street - 1h 35 mins

Milton Keynes to Liverpool Lime Street - 1hr 59 mins

Crewe to Liverpool Lime Street - 37 mins

Travelling to Liverpool by Train

Culture, history and world class music to match: get the train to Liverpool to experience the atmosphere of the North West in all its glory. Famous not just for the Merseybeat music scene but for the historic docks and galleries, the world's capital of pop has more museums and art galleries than any other UK city outside of London. Liverpool Lime Street station puts you just a few minutes away from the centre and is near to some of the city's lovely parks for a good old-fashioned walk.

How long does it take to get to Liverpool by train?

That depends on where you start! But the London to Liverpool train from Euston station takes just over two hours, so there's plenty of time to sit back and relax. Want to save some pennies for all those museums? Make sure to book tickets to Liverpool in advance.

Shop, eat and explore

Foodie guide to Liverpool

Best places to eat in Liverpool

Get a taste of what’s good to eat in Liverpool, from family friendly eateries to sophisticated date night destinations.

Food and drink
Wheel of Liverpool

Places to visit in Liverpool

Maritime heritage, a world famous football club and a very famous band - The Beatles - discover Liverpool’s amazing attractions.

Family fun Liverpool

Family fun in Liverpool

Get out and about with the kids in Liverpool with a visit to these adventurous, educational and inspirational attractions.

Family fun
Nightlife in Liverpool

Discover Liverpool nightlife

Party like a Liverpudlian with some of the best boozers, clubs and cocktail bars in all of the North West!

Shopping Liverpool

Shopping in Liverpool

Independent boutiques, quirky vintage traders and fresh food markets; let us tempt you with our Liverpool shopping lust list.

Liverpool insider guide

Vibrant Liverpool

Not just The Beatles' home, Liverpool is a World Heritage Site. Brimming with arts and culture, it's famous for its Mersey waterfront, which made it an historically important maritime centre. Albert Dock is a must-see for museums, cafés, shops and bars.