Birmingham To Liverpool Train

Birmingham:

More distant inland is Britain's second biggest city, Birmingham. The city offers noteworthy attractions including St. Paul's Square and the adjacent Warwick Castle. Travellers can likewise go submerged among the turtles and sharks in the National SEA LIFE Center's glass tunnel, while motor lovers have a mixture of alternatives from Jaguar's Castle Bromwich Assembly to the National Motorcycle Museum. For an outside break, take a walk around Sutton Park, Europe's biggest urban stop, or pedal a boat in Cannon Hill Park.

Must see Attractions in Birmingham:

1. Cadbury world

2. National SEA LIFE Centre

3. Warwick Castle

4. Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum

5. BBC Birmingham’s Public Space

Liverpool:

Today, Liverpool proceeds with a hundreds of years old custom of being a major British port on account of its beckoning waterfront and docks. Regularly, its oceanic activities made a striking business area that is currently a perceived UNESCO World Heritage site. The close-by Cultural Quarter is worth a visit too with endless historic points, particularly its prestigious public buildings, for example, the Picton Reading Rooms. Liverpool is additionally known for its world ranking University and, for music lovers, as being the origin of the Beatles.

Places to Visit at Liverpool:

1. Albert Dock

2. Merseyside Maritime Museum

3. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

4. Walker Art Gallery

5. World Museum.

6. Anfield

7. Royal Liver Building

Train services between Birmingham & Liverpool:

Travellers can leave from Birmingham New Street to Liverpool Lime Street from 05:30 to 23:10. There is around two connections consistently beginning from 06:00 to 20:00. The normal trip takes an hour and a half to two hours, however the train at 23:00 will take a little more than seven hours. People have the choice of picking between trains offered by Virgin Trains, Crosscountry, and London Midland. Crest times for these connections are from 05:30 to 09:00, and at 23:00.

Stops:

1. Birmingham New Street to Liverpool Lime Street: It takes 1 hour and 39 minutes to finish the journey with a fare price of £19.52

2. Birmingham New Street to Crewe to Liverpool Lime Street: It takes 1 hour and 49 minutes with a fare price of £19.52 to £47.53

3. Birmingham New Street to Stafford to Liverpool Lime Street: It takes 1 hour and 53 minutes with a fare price of  £57.89

The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 19%  and 18% travellers and other days have fewer travelers.

There are many types of fares available for purchase from all the rail providers. Passengers can purchase Anytime, Season, Off Peak, or Advance train tickets and save some cash. Food and beverages are also available at some additional cost.

Cheapest Train Tickets

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Destinatoin
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London
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Edinbrugh
Bristol
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Brighton
London
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Manchester
Birmingham
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London
Liverpool
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Birmingham
Leeds
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Manchester
Manchester
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Birmingham
New Castle
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Leeds
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