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Cheap Flights to Liverpool

Cheap Flights to Liverpool Airport

Liverpool is a maritime city in England with the Irish Sea and River Mersey hugging its coast. The city is known for three iconic mercantile buildings that stand on the Pier Head. These buildings are Royal Liver Building, Port of Liverpool Building, and Cunard Building. You can usually find cheap flights to Liverpool Airport (LPL), a highly trafficked airport that services northwest England.

Facilities at Liverpool Airport

Liverpool Airport (LPL) has many shops and restaurants onsite. Items you can buy at the stores include fragrances, shoes, cosmetics, wines, fashion accessories, sweets, and more. There is also a spa at Liverpool Airport (LPL). You can get a manicure or relaxing massage before exploring the city. Other treatments offered at the spa include brows, lashes, and gels.

You'll find popular fast food chains at the airport in addition to restaurants. There are several coffee shops in case you need a boost of energy. You also have access to a prayer room at the airport if you need a quiet place to pray. Transportation options from the airport include car rental, bus, and taxi. The bus stops at the airport usually have a staff member ready to answer any questions you may have. On average, a taxi to downtown Liverpool costs around $24. Major airline carriers that offer cheap flights to Liverpool Airport (LPL) include Easyjet, Aer Lingus, Vueling, and Blue Air.

Things to Do Near Liverpool Airport

Albert Dock is a major attraction in Liverpool. It consists of Victorian dock buildings and warehouses that were transformed into museums, restaurants, bars, and cafes. Ferry cruises are another popular activity among travelers. Another top attraction in Liverpool is The Beatles Story exhibition. Many music fans book flights to Liverpool Airport (LPL) to see landmarks associated with the music of The Beatles, who began their career in the city and grew up in the area.

Great neighborhoods to visit in Liverpool include Georgian Quarter, Baltic Triangle, and Liverpool One. Hope Street in Georgian Quarter won the Best Street award in the Academy of Urbanism Awards. The neighborhood consists of townhouses that were designed and built for the city’s elite. Everyman Theatre and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall are great examples of local historic architecture. Baltic Triangle is a popular neighborhood for shopping and hanging out. It has been referred to as a "creative playground" and the "cultural quarter." Liverpool One is known for its abundance of great shops and restaurants.

Travel Tips for Liverpool Airport

Booking flights to Liverpool Airport (LPL) around the time of a major annual event in Liverpool is a fun experience. One annual event you may wish to participate in is International Mersey River Festival. The festival features boat shows, musical performances on the waterfront, flyboarding, and water sports sessions.

You'll find great restaurants in Liverpool One that serve British, Brazilian, Mexican, and American cuisine. The average cost of a meal in Liverpool for two at a mid-range restaurant is around $50.

Liverpool has a cool to cold climate. The average temperature in July, the hottest month, is 60 degrees Fahrenheit. January averages 41 degrees Fahrenheit and is the coldest month in Liverpool.

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