How to go from london to liverpool by train

How to go from london to liverpool by train

Rail Europe - Train Tickets and Times

Traveling by train in Europe is the most efficient way to travel the old continent, be it a trip from several countries, or within the same territory of origin, this adventure is really exciting and very comfortable, in England the demand for this means of transport it is quite high, for example London has several train stations, among them is the St. Pancras station with international routes, or the immense Waterloo station which is a huge terminal both train and metro, in the following lines you will find information of how to go from london to liverpool by train.

How to go from london to liverpool by train is simple you can access the official website of train travel service in England, and select the city of London as the exit and then destination Liverpool, on this site you can see that the first train departs at 8 hours and 7 minutes in the morning from London Euston arriving at Liverpool Central Station at 1 o’clock with 53 minutes, which represents a 2-hour trip with 46 minutes and a cost of 204 Euros.

From the same station in London another train leaves at 8 and 1 o’clock in the morning but this arrives at the James Street station in Liverpool, it takes about 3 hours to arrive and has a cost of 217 Euros, but if what you are looking for is the cheaper option of how to go from london to liverpool by train is recommended to be attentive at 9 o’clock in the morning at the London Euston station because in the next ten minutes a train leaves for Liverpool Central for a cost of only 187.57 Euros, takes slightly less 3 hours and make two changes.

Now how to go from london to liverpool by train in the cheapest option, you must take into account travel in second class, this ticket has a cost of 118.47 Euros (a gift) and two trains leave from the London Euston one at 9 and 10 and the second at 9 with 30 the first makes a change and the second makes two changes.

Rail Europe - Train Tickets and Times

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