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Car hire at Liverpool Airport

Car hire at Liverpool Airport

Liverpool Airport (LPL) is located close to the M57, M62 and M56, which are all key motorway networks in the north west of England. It takes just 30 minutes to drive from the airport to Liverpool city centre via the A561.

What I need to know

There are many Liverpool Airport car hire agencies to decide between. Use the Holiday Autos site to compare car hire and ensure you get the best deal. Booking through Holiday Autos includes benefits such as free cancellation, customer support and no credit card fees.

Where to pick up my car

Liverpool Airport car rental offices are found in Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s Car Rental Centre, which is on the ground for of the short stay car park. The car park is opposite the terminal building, directly opposite Arrivals. Cars can be returned to the Car Rental Car Park, which is located off the airport approach road.

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
    Diane T

Where to go

Liverpool is a large, cosmopolitan city, and hiring a car will enable you to get around the attractions and make the most of your time there. The city is home to the Beatles and Liverpool FC, not to mention endless galleries, museums, restaurants and bars.

Nearby Liverpool Airport

Not only does Liverpool Airport allow for easy access to the huge north western city, but travellers can also drive to the huge city of Manchester, where Manchester United famously reside. Chester, Blackburn and Preston are three more destinations you can reach by car in under an hour.

Longer drives

Flying into Liverpool Airport gives you a relatively central base from which to explore the UK. Why not motor down to London for a day of capital city culture, enjoy a night out in Manchester’s vibrant bars, or head to the Lake District to hike amid surreal mountainous scenery?

Eating and drinking

For a hip dining and drinking experience, visit The Baltic Triangle, where you will find an eclectic mix of dining options with an industrial, urban vibe. Liverpool One - a large open-air city centre shopping mall - also offers a number of eateries. Picturesque Albert Dock is a favourite spot among diners too.

Things to do

Liverpool is undoubtedly a city of culture, and popular attractions include The Beatles Story, The Cavern Club, which celebrate the city’s music legacy. Anfield - the city’s 45,500 seat football stadium - is a must-see for sports fans, while the Tate Liverpool offers a dose of art.


Liverpool Cathedral is a stunning building, with its huge gothic-style building and tower, and popular among tourists. Fans of the Beatles may also want to visit 251 Menlove Avenue, which was John Lennon’s childhood home. The Museum of Liverpool, meanwhile, tells the story of the city.