Getting to Liverpool:
Liverpool is well connected.
Now only two and a half hours from London, 100 minutes from Birmingham and 50 minutes from Manchester.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
is served by over 50 airlines flying in from over 100 destinations. It is 9 miles southeast of the City Centre connected by the Airlink 500 bus service which runs every 20 mins.
Liverpool Biennial is delighted to recommend Virgin Trains, our National Travel Partner for Liverpool Biennial 2012.
Travelling to Liverpool Lime Street from London Euston takes just over two hours with Virgin Trains.
All routes are operated by their super-swanky 125mph tilting Pendolino and Voyager trains, each with its own onboard Shop for those mid-journey munchies, powerpoints for keeping laptops and mobiles charged and Wi-Fi so you can tweet, like and poke to your heart’s content. Just don’t get too comfortable, you’ll be there before you know it.
Book in advance at virgintrains.com
for the cheapest fares.
Liverpool is at the end of the M62 and easily reached from North Wales, Chester, the Lake District and beyond.
All major coach services serve Liverpool and Merseytravel connects you to local and regional bus services. For more info call 0871 200 22 33 (8am – 8pm daily)
Make use of Liverpool’s extensive Black Cab service or pre-book with Mersey Cabs
(0151 238 1234) or INTX Cars
(0151 727 7000).
Liverpool Biennial is delighted to recommend Hotel Indigo
Liverpool our Official Hotel Partner for Liverpool Biennial 2012.
This 4-star boutique hotel on Chapel Street (L3 9AG) is inspired by its cultural surroundings, and is only 5 minutes walk from Liverpool Biennial exhibition venues, making it the ideal place to stay.
Liverpool Biennial visitors can benefit from special rates during the festival of £75 room only, or £80 including breakfast. To book call reservations on +44 (0)151 224 7765 and quote “Group code LB1” for the room only rate or ‘Group code LB2” for the breakfast inclusive rate, or follow these links:
The Monro Group, the Official Restaurant Partner for Liverpool Biennial 2012, has an excellent reputation for both its food and its welcoming atmosphere. Their use of the highest quality ingredients, fresh from local suppliers, demonstrates their commitment to offering a truly unique experience.
on Duke Street (L1 5AG) is in close proximity to FACT and the Bluecoat, while The James Monro
on Tithebarn Street (L2 2EN) is only 2 minutes from Moorfields station, or a 10 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station, the Walker Art Gallery and The Cunard Building. Call The Monro on 0151 707 9933 and The James Monro on 0151 236 9700 for reservations.
Situated just inside Hotel Indigo
Liverpool, The Cotton Lounge, with its signature cocktails, Earl Grey tea and Musetti Coffee with delicious cakes, is the perfect bar to stop for a drink while making your way between Liverpool Biennial venues.
For all your visitor needs visit www.visitliverpool.com