The following information will guide you to Liverpool and the conference venue:
How to get to the
Liverpool hotel is easily
accessible from all major transport points in the city. Whether you arrive by
air, rail or car, these easy-to-follow directions should help you find the
venue (see the map).
Jurys Inn Liverpool Hotel GPS Coordinates
53 23 52.1
2 59 24
The nearest bus
stops to the Jurys Inn are:
Street Interchange (next to John Lewis)
The nearest train
Street - for the Wirral Line (6 minutes' walk)
Moorfields - for the Northern Line (12 minutes' walk)
Central station (9 minutes' walk)
Street Station (12 minutes' walk)
To get to the
conference venue from Liverpool John Lennon Airport by:
To get to Jurys Inn
hotel from the Airport hop on No. 500 Airport Express bus and ride with no worries. Get off at
Paradise Street Interchange which is just across the road from the hotel. The
bus runs every 30 minutes.
Taxis to the city centre cost around 12 Pounds (Approx.
16 Euro, 24 US Dollar) for the 20 minute journey.
signs for A561 towards City Centre. After approximately 6 miles, take a
slight left onto A562 signposted Bootle, Birkenhead.
Pick up signs for Kings Waterfront parking and turn right onto Queens Wharf.
Take the next right onto Keel Wharf and the hotel is approximately 200 yards on
Liverpool City Centre:
Follow signs to Albert Dock. Carry on past with the Albert
Dock on your right and follow signs to Kings Waterfront parking. On approaching
the car park turn right onto Keel Wharf and the hotel is 100 yards on the left.
How to get to
The following information will guide
you on how to get to Liverpool from the four main airports destined for this
John Lennon Airport
get to Jurys Inn hotel from the Airport by bus hop on
bus No. 500 Airport Express bus. Get off at Paradise Street Interchange
which is just across the road from the hotel. The bus runs every 30 minutes.
The bus No.
80A, run by Arriva, runs every 15 minutes and takes 45 minutes to the city
The bus No.
82A, also run by Arriva, runs every 30 minutes and takes around 40 minutes to
the city centre.
The bus No.
86A (Arriva) runs every 15 minutes during the day and now runs through the
night, every half hour.
into Liverpool city centre is 7 miles, takes approximately 20 minutes, and
costs approximately 15 Pounds (prices can vary, depending on exact destination, so
passengers are advised to check fare with driver).
London (Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport):
is only about two hours from London by train. There's a train about every hour,
with extra weekday evening peak services from London, and it's not too
expensive to get there. You can get a saver ticket for 60 Pounds on the day of
travel, or for as little as 8 Pounds if you book a couple of weeks in advance.
Tickets are released three months in advance.
is four to five hours away by coach and is served by a half a dozen services
Train services run between Liverpool Lime
Street Station and Heathrow Airport can be found through Trainline
National express provides coach/ bus service all over UK. Coaches' times and fares are available
on the website.
Megabus operates a network across the U.K. There is one bus daily from
London to Liverpool.
Airport can also be. It is about a 45-60 minute drive away from Liverpool.
is a direct train from Manchester Airport to Liverpool every hour at peak times
(around 6:30AM-7:30PM). In addition, it is possible to reach Liverpool by
changing at Manchester Piccadilly or Manchester Oxford Road.
Direct train services also run between Liverpool
Lime Street Station and Manchester Airport operated by Northern
National express provides
coach/ bus service all over UK. Coaches' times and fares are available on the
website. Also Megabus operators can be used, they run a network across the U.K.
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