Liverpool to London Trains, Train Times and Information

Liverpool to London Trains

The tourism of Liverpool has been primarily based on the popularity of The Beatles. However, while still there is a large section of people who do visit Liverpool because of the popular boyband, there’s more to Liverpool than just being the hometown of this band. Liverpool with a rich and vibrant culture has the largest number of museums, outside London. The title of the European Capital of Culture earned way back in 2008 was rightly earned as the city reverberates music, art, novels, etc. Being home to so many world-class authors, Liverpool has given to the world which very few cities have. Get a glimpse of the rich history underlying the city in the museums and galleries and get to know the city up, close and personal. A close to 10 hours journey by train you may opt to get on to the Liverpool To London Train or take a bus.

Being a well-connected city both by railways and roadways, there are multiple options to travel to London. A Liverpool To London bus will take you to the capital city in the shortest possible time of a little less than 6 hours. Though a direct bus may take so long, buses that also offer stops in between may extend this journey time by another couple of hours only.

London, the capital city of England is visited by millions of tourists worldwide every year. And why not! With amazing places to see, to get a feel of the royal culture, to get a glimpse of the great history ingrained in the city, to gorge the local specialties, to participate in the vibrant nightlife and much more.

You’ll never feel out of place when in London - primarily because of the existence of its true multicultural attitude and secondly because of the genuine warmth of the locals. Not to be issued places of interest includes Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, London Eye, Royal Theatre, The Shard, Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul’s Cathedral, Trafalgar Square.

Popular Train Providers from Liverpool to London

Eurostar

Eurostar

Eurostar, which began service in 1994, is a high-speed train that connects the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Eurostar specializes in fast travel, air-conditioned comfort, simple check-in, and ultra-reliable Eurostar trains to Amsterdam, Brussels, and the Eurostar trains to Paris via the Channel Tunnel.

Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway (GWR) is a British train operating company owned by FirstGroup. The company started operating trains in 1838.

CrossCountry

CrossCountry

CrossCountry is an Arriva UK Trains-owned train operating company in the United Kingdom that operates its franchise.

London North Eastern Railway

London North Eastern Railway

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is a train operating company in the United Kingdom. 

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