Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon airports both have buses into the city centre, and trains arrive right in the centre also. The city is very well-connected to the rest of the UK by train, but tickets can be expensive, so book it as far in advance as you can manage.
No sterling/pounds (£) in your wallet? No problem. Liverpool John Lennon airport has currency exchange shops, as well as ATMs.
Liverpool has a very comprehensive and easy-to-use public transport system, encompassing buses, trains and ferries. You can get a Trio ticket for all three, valid for a week, from just £17. Make sure to bring the exact change as notes are not accepted on the bus!
Tech & WiFi
Remember to pack or buy a standard UK power adaptor to keep your technology powered up! Free WiFi can be found around the city centre.
Liverpool's weather is much the same as most other cities in England. Be prepared for rain and wind, and even pleasant conditions in the Summer months. We definitely recommend bringing a raincoat!
Liverpool is considered generally safe, but like any big city always be aware of your surroundings and protect your personal belongings. Also – please take care when crossing roads! Vehicles drive on the left.
Tipping is generally not expected in Liverpool, but if you are happy with the service you are welcome to leave 10% of the bill or round it up.