Liverpool John Lennon AirportView on map
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Liverpool John Lennon Airport is the twelfth busiest in the UK, and one of Europe's fastest growing airports. It serves the Liverpool and Merseyside areas and some of the surrounding north west of England, and Europcar has facilities on site to help with all your car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles to suit every requirement or budget, along with helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, allow you to travel all over the UK's fascinating North, safe in the knowledge that your transport issues have been professionally dealt with.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, named after the legendary musician and founder-member of The Beatles, is situated on the estuary of the River Mersey, about eight miles south east of Liverpool city centre. It is used by roughly four million passengers every year, and hosts domestic flights as well as services from Cork and Dublin in Ireland, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Bucharest, Gdańsk, Warsaw, Inssbruck and Salzburg in Europe, plus many of the usual traditional vacation destinations in France, Spain, Greece and Italy, such as Nice, Ibiza, Fuerteventura and Naples. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is easy to access by road, being near to the M53 and M56 motorways to the south, and the M57 and M62 in the north.
The City of Liverpool - Nestling on Merseyside in the historic county of Lancashire, the City of Liverpool has a long history as a major port in the UK, including being the port of registry for legendary vessels like the Lusitania, the Queen Mary, and the Titanic. It's also the birthplace of the Merseybeat genre of modern music, which spawned acts like Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Searchers and, of course, The Beatles. Two of the UK's premier football teams, Everton and Liverpool FC continue their long-standing rivalry there, and the world-famous Grand National horse race is held at Aintree Racecourse, just outside the city. Popular landmarks to see include the town's waterfront and docks, especially the Albert Dock which has been converted to house hotels, bars, restaurants and museums, including the Tate Liverpool and The Beatles Story; the commercial district, a world heritage site that still follows the layout of the medieval road system; the Tudor manor house, Speke Hall; the Anglican Cathedral, the largest cathedral in the UK; and ten listed Victorian parks, described as the most important in the country. And being a major metropolitan centre with a significant musical culture, Liverpool is famous for its nightlife, which was voted ahead of Manchester as Best in Britain, with hundreds of bars, pubs and nightclubs to be found in various districts. Almost any variety of restaurant is never too far away, either, while the many precincts and plazas offer a world-class shopping experience.