Visiting Liverpool

The conference will provide opportunities to network with other EJTA members and perhaps partake in a drink or two at one of Liverpool’s famous pubs. 

See the Visit Liverpool website to find out more information about Liverpool as an international destination.

Liverpool is an EU-friendly city and we absolutely love Europeans. Just ask Jurgen Klopp. As far as we can establish, delegates from the EU or the EEA will not need a visa so travel should be straightforward.

Find out more information from the British government on the government website.


Travelling by train

Liverpool is easily accessible by train from all major cities in the UK, the journey from London will take just over two hours. There are connections from both Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Once in Liverpool, the Merseyrail train network has good links to other parts of the city region.

Travelling by plane

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only seven miles from the city centre and Manchester Airport is just a 45 minute drive.

Travelling by car

Liverpool city region is well connected to the UK motorway network. From the M6 take the M62, M58 or M56 to reach the city centre.

Useful travel websites


If you are looking for accommodation, the Visit Liverpool website has a searchable database, which contains many places to stay to suit all budgets and needs. You can also find hotel options via the Liverpool Conference booking site.

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