What's the best parking at Liverpool Airport?
Parking at Liverpool John Lennon Airport is really straight-forward. You can either choose the on-airport parking or choice alternative car parking options, in many cases more cost-effective, however requiring longer transfer times back to the terminal building. There is a Short Stay car parks and Multi-Storey car parks next to the Express Drop Off & Pick up area, as well as a Long Stay car park set across two sites.
Several independent providers offer off-airport parking, alongside with the transfer service included in the price, so for longer journeys, it might be worth getting a quote from those.
Alternatively, if you are pushed for time or do not enjoy lugging your suitcases from the car into the shuttle bus, and then from the shuttle bus into the terminal building, you can choose the Meet and Greet parking service at Liverpool Airport. Several companies offer Meet and Greet car parking options all you’d need to do is drive to the airport and drop your keys off with the car park, and they will park it for you. Upon your arrival back from your holiday, your car will be returned to you.
Car parking prices at Liverpool Airport vary based on the duration and type of car parking you book. Use our comparison form at the top of this page to see the availability on your chosen dates.
Can I park my motorbike at Liverpool Airport?
There is limited motorbike parking at Liverpool Airport. Motorcycles can park in the Express Drop-Off zone for free, but the bays are very limited. Please note that these aren’t dedicated spaces, hence the no charge.
Liverpool Airport car parks where you keep your keys
- Liverpool Cheap Parking
- Liverpool Fast Track Parking
- Liverpool Long Stay
- Liverpool Long Stay Plus+
- Liverpool Multi-Storey Car Park
- Liverpool Premium Car Park
- Liverpool LASP Park and Ride
Things to do in Liverpool
Liverpool is a maritime city in northwest England, where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. A key trade and migration port from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, it's also, famously, the hometown of The Beatles. Ferries cruise the waterfront, where the iconic mercantile buildings known as the "Three Graces" – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on
International city, which was once home to the Beatles, has been selected as a nominee for European Capital of Culture 2008. This great honour will help the city to grow, by developing the well-established foundations, to create a city that simply can't lose.
Liverpool's easy access from cities around England via train or car makes it an excellent weekend destination. A couple of days is ideal if you want to fit in a museum, soak up the grandeur of the Georgian Quarter and sample the city's buzzing nightlife.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool Airport opened in the summer of 1933, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located 7 miles South East of Liverpool City Centre.
Passenger numbers are steadily increasing at Liverpool John Lennon Airport it is now considered UK’s 12th busiest airports, offering flights to over 60 direct routes and over 100 destinations across five continents accessible via a one-stop connection in Frankfurt, there's so much choice when you fly from Liverpool.
What is the most 2 visited place in Liverpool?
1 . The Beatles. Liverpool is famous as the birthplace of The Beatles. Various tours offer fans the opportunity to follow in their footsteps, taking in such famous destinations as Penny Lane and Strawberry.
2. Liverpool Football Club and their famous Anfield stadium (one of the country's largest). And, of course, there's that unique Scouse accent.
The heart of Merseyside lies on the east bank of the Mersey estuary, just three miles from the sea. At this point, the Mersey is almost a mile wide, opening out inland into a three-mile-wide basin. This is one of the reasons Liverpool, with one of the largest harbors in the world not dependent on tides, remains a major port for transatlantic shipping.