There are plenty of ways to get to the Liverpool Port, for your cruise, including by car, taxi or coach. If you are travelling here by car, you can get your car parking permit arranged through us. For more information, see our detailed guide below.
Liverpool Port Information
Centrally placed in the Irish Sea, Liverpool is an efficient, friendly and convenient UK departure point, rich in maritime heritage and the birthplace of the first passenger cruise line.
During the 19th century, the Port of Liverpool was the world’s busiest and wealthiest port. Over 9,000,000 people emigrated from the city to North America.
The Liverpool Cruise Terminal is a single storey, modular building, directly adjacent to Liverpool’s iconic Liver Building.
ACC Liverpool, King’s Dock, Port of Liverpool, 16 Monarchs Quay, Liverpool L3 4FP
Leave the M6 at junction 21A and take the M62 towards Liverpool until you reach the end, keeping directly ahead for the A5080. Continue on this road until it merges into the A5047, following signs to Liverpool City Centre, Albert Dock and Central Tourist Attractions. Follow the brown signs on the arterial routes for ‘Liverpool and/or Waterfront’ until you reach the Liver Building.
Liverpool Cruise Terminal will be easily identifiable at this point.
Parking for sailings departing from Liverpool Cruise Terminal is available to pre-book ahead of your departure. On arrival, your luggage will be taken by porters directly to the ship and a shuttle bus will take you to the terminal building.
Lime Street Station is Liverpool’s main national railway station, with main train lines to and from Manchester, London, Scotland and the rest of the UK. Liverpool Cruise Terminal is a 25-minute walk from Lime Street Station or approximately a 10-minute journey by taxi.