Travel to/from Liverpool Sound City
Liverpool Sound City is held at Baltic Triangle. The address of Baltic Triangle is Jamaica Street, Liverpool, L1 0BS.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is just 7 miles from the city centre. There are regular scheduled direct flights from across Europe including Belfast, Dublin, Isle of Man, Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Geneva, Madrid, Nice, Paris, Prague, Stockholm and Turin. Airlines include easyJet, flybe, KLM, Ryanair, Wizz and Eastern Airways.
Liverpool now connects with over 650 destinations across the world through KLM's Amsterdam hub. There is a low cost, half hourly bus service - the Airlink 500 - which will take you into the city centre. Also, a short bus ride to Liverpool South Parkway Merseyrail station will enable you to connect swiftly to the city centre by train. Taxis are readily available outside the airport (journey time 20 minutes).
Manchester Airport offers an alternative international gateway from all parts of the world. There is a rail link from Manchester Airport directly into Liverpool City Centre. (Journey time 1½ hours) and there are regular shuttle flights into Manchester from Britain's other major airports including Gatwick and Heathrow.
Intercity services run from major towns and cities into Liverpool Lime Street Station. The journey time from London to Liverpool is just over 2.5 hours. Links are also available to other parts of Merseyside.
The West Coast Main Line
The West Coast Main Line is a truly national railway, linking England, Wales, Scotland and, via the Holyhead Dun Laoghaire sea crossing, Eire. The main trunk route operates over the 401 miles from London Euston to Glasgow Central, with lines branching off to the West Midlands, Liverpool, Manchester and North Wales. It carries approximately 19 million passengers per year and serves 39 stations. The West Coast is the backbone of the UK rail network.
Gateway to East England
First TransPennine Express provide direct train services to Liverpool Lime Street from Manchester, Leeds, York and Middlesbrough.
There are good express connections to Liverpool from most towns and cities in Britain (to Liverpool there are half hourly services from Manchester, services every hour to York and every two hours to London and Birmingham). The National Express coach station is located in Norton Street, Liverpool City Centre. www.nationalexpress.co.uk
From the M6 the city is easily reached via the M58, M56 and M62 motorways. Liverpool city centre is approximately 45 minutes drive from Chester, Manchester and North Wales. It is just over 1 hour from Blackpool, the Lake District, the Yorkshire Moors and the Peak District National Parks, and just over 4 hours from London.
Services between Liverpool (Birkenhead) and Belfast and Dublin are operated by Norfolk Line, and between Liverpool and Douglas by the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company.
Travelling on the River Mersey is an excellent way to catch a glimpse of the spectacular and famous waterfront of Liverpool.