Are you planning to visit the city of Liverpool and explore Anfield, the famous stadium of Liverpool Football Club? Or perhaps you have tickets for an upcoming match?
While Liverpool isn’t a particularly large city, on a first visit you may struggle to find your way around. To help make your inaugural appearance a smooth experience, here are some of the ways in which you can get to Anfield Stadium, the home of England’s most successful football club.
How to Get to Anfield
Liverpool has a fantastic transport infrastructure and is one of the largest cities in the North West, so getting to Anfield is relatively simple.
For train travellers, Lime Street Station is located in the heart of the city and connects to railways throughout the country. If you are visiting by car, you can access the city via the M57 or M62 motorways. If you are coming in from another country, your flight may be able to land at Liverpool John Lennon Airport where your journey can continue onwards to the city centre via local bus, train and taxi services. Alternatively, Manchester Airport is just 40 minutes away and welcomes arrivals from most places throughout the world.
Once you have arrived in the city, regardless of how you decide to travel to Anfield, the city centre is your best place for transport. One of the best ways to get to Anfield is without a doubt the LFC City Explorer Liverpool bus tour. This bus route has been designed to enable tourists to catch the best sights throughout the city including incredible views from Everton Park.
With LFC City Explorer, you are able to hop on and hop off at designated stops throughout the route, allowing you to take a sightseeing break before continuing your journey. The Liverpool bus tour stops right outside Anfield Stadium before beginning its reverse journey towards the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.