|Avg. Train Duration||2h 25m|
|Trains arrive in||London|
|Trains depart from||Liverpool|
|Train Ticket Price||37.69 €|
Trains in the United Kingdom are a convenient way to travel between cities, with numerous companies offering domestic and international train routes. Trains from Liverpool to London provide an important service that connects one of the UK's most important and recognized cities with the country and nation’s capital. Trains begin their service early in the morning, and run well into the late evening. The majority of trains are direct, especially during the day, with a small number of trains requiring a change at stations such as Crewe or in Birmingham. On average the train journey takes around 2.5 hours, however journeys that require a change can take longer. The major providers offering trains from Liverpool to London include Chiltern Railways, London Midland, and Virgin Trains.
Return trains from London to Liverpool are also available.
An average meal in a restaurant in London costs 39.2% more than in Liverpool.
Prices in London are on average 31.1% higher than in Liverpool.
Public transport in London costs around 15.1% more than in Liverpool.
A night in a hotel in London is about 76.8% more expensive than in Liverpool.
Liverpool's striking waterfront and docks have long attracted people to the city, making it a major British port for centuries. The metropolis also has a unique, historic commercial district that is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage site. Liverpool is also famous for its world class university and, for music fans, as being the birthplace of the Beatles. Trains from Liverpool to Leeds will depart from the city’s largest and oldest station, Liverpool Lime Station. Centrally located, the station is within an easy walking distance of Liverpool’s other major train station. The station is also very near to St Johns Shopping Center, St. John’s Gardens, and the World Museum. Getting to the station is easy via public transport as an Underground stop is available at the station, as well as the station being serviced by local buses and taxi.
The UK’s capital city of London has long been the center of the nation, and as a destination offers a great choice for business, sites to be seen, things to do and also connections to further travel destinations. Trains from Liverpool to London run regularly into London Euston Station, which is located in Central London. Euston Station is one of London’s many busy stations and is served well by Transport for London connections. Located at the station are Underground stops on both branches of the Northern Line, the Victoria Line, as well as being a stop on the London Overground. A large number of buses also serve the station including bus number 68 that provides services to London Waterloo Station, and bus number 91 that stops at King’s Cross and St Pancras International Stations as well as to Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross Station. Taxis also service the station, and are easy to hail once arrived there. A small number of journey options may also terminate at London Marylebone Station, which is located in the west of Central London. Marylebone is located on the London Underground Bakerloo Line as well as by a large number of buses and taxis.