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10 – 12 September
University of Liverpool and Online

Find out more about accommodation and travel options to help you plan your trip to Liverpool.

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Travel & accommodation

Liverpool is a vibrant and busy city with lots of visitors, so we recommend booking your accommodation and travel well in advance.

Venue address

Guild of Students
University of Liverpool
160 Mount Pleasant
L3 5TR


All delegates are responsible for securing their own accommodation. We are working with the Liverpool Convention Bureau who have secured rooms at competitive rates for our delegates across the city and are providing a free booking service. Click on the link below you to search the best hotel for you and book this through the Liverpool Convention Bureau.

Any questions can be directed to them using:

You are not obliged to use this booking system; you are free to book directly with any hotels of your choice and we recommend services such as or VisitLiverpool to find hotels in the local area.


Liverpool is well connected both within and outside of the UK and there are a number of ways to travel to the city.

Travelling by rail
For those within the UK, or if you are flying into London airports, rail is the best way to travel to Liverpool. A number of long-distance rail services operate direct services from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street, with a journey time of just over two hours. Liverpool Lime Street is a 10-minute walk to the conference venue and main hotels in the area.

You can plan your rail journal using National Rail.

Travelling by coach
There are a number of coach services that travel into Liverpool from all around the UK, including National ExpressFlixbus and Megabus. Most coaches go into the Liverpool ONE bus station, which is a 20-minute walk from the conference venue and main hotels in the area.

Travelling by plane
Liverpool is served by two nearby international airports – Liverpool and Manchester.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport connects Liverpool with over 70 destinations across the UK, Europe and Africa. Travel to and from Liverpool Airport is simple via direct bus routes, including the express bus route 500, which takes around 25 minutes into Liverpool City Centre. You can book this online and it costs under £5 each way, arriving into the Liverpool ONE bus station, which is a 20-minute walk from the conference venue and main hotels in the area.

Manchester Airport, just 45 minutes away by car, brings even more domestic and international destinations within reach.

Compare flight times and costs on Skyscanner.

Travelling by ferry
Liverpool is accessible by ferry from a number of cities, including Belfast and Dublin. You can use Direct Ferries to search route options and costs.

By car
We recommend using public transport where possible but if you are driving Liverpool is accessible via the M6.

If you are travelling from the North, leave the M6 at junction 26 and follow signs for M58 Liverpool. Follow to the end of the M58 and then take signs for A59 Liverpool.

If you are travelling from the South, leave the M6 at junction 21A and take the M62 to Liverpool. At the end of the M62, follow signs for Liverpool City Centre.

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