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Travelers usually depart from Dublin, Dublin - Halfpenny Bridge, Dublin - Pearse St. Bus Stop, Dublin - North Wall Quay, or Dublin - Merrion Row when they travel from Dublin to Liverpool. Book your trip to arrive at Liverpool John Lennon, Liverpool - Edge Lane Drive, Liverpool - One, Liverpool - Old Roan, or Liverpool - Edge Lane. The distance between Dublin and Liverpool is 227 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz Air, LoganAir LM, and Aer Lingus. Dublin and Liverpool have 89 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Liverpool, consider visiting Portmeirion, Caernarfon, Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia, and York Minster.

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RyanairRYRFRNoOpens 24 days before flight
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easyJetEZYU2YesOpens 720 days before flight
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Wizz AirWZZW6NoOpens 48 days before flight
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Aer LingusEINEINoOpens 48 days before flight
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Liverpool travel tips

1) If you want to immerse yourself in history, walk away from the modern Liverpool city centre

At one time, Liverpool was the largest commercial and military port in Britain, which is why it was almost destroyed during the war. Therefore, the current centre of Liverpool looks fresh and modern, surprising with its skyscrapers and modernist churches. A couple of stops from the port, you will find Victorian neighbourhoods, Edwardian streets, and even more ancient sites like Speke Hall, clay and beam houses from the Tudor era.

2) Shop for souvenirs with Liverpool FC club merchandise

Football fans will certainly want to come from the football capital with souvenirs. Classic scarves, T-shirts, and funny hats are the most popular souvenirs from Liverpool. Club merchandise can be found at the Anfield stadium or in Liverpool FC supermarkets. They are located in the city centre.

3) Learn more about Liverpool's port life at the Merseyside Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum is located at Albert Dock and has collected everything related to shipping and port life. It will tell the stories of the world's largest ports and how they changed people's lives. You can learn here about the three greatest wrecks – Titanic, Lusitania, and Empress of Ireland. It will take several hours to see the entire museum. The basement contains exhibits from the Museum of Customs and Excise. Admission is free.

United Kingdom COVID-19 travel restrictions

Latest COVID-19 travel restrictions in United Kingdom – 11/2022
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Most travelers from Ireland can enter Liverpool, LPL, but there are restrictions.

Departure

Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required
Additional information
  • Masks are recommended in certain settings

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Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required

Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.

Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in United Kingdom in our dedicated Stories article.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Dublin to Liverpool?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Dublin and Liverpool takes around 0.92 hours.
What is the flight distance between Dublin and Liverpool?
The flight distance between Dublin and Liverpool is 227 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Liverpool?
Several carriers operate flights between Dublin and Liverpool. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Ryanair.
What are the most popular routes to and from Dublin?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Dublin and London, Vancouver, Palma, Majorca, Budapest, Athens, Istanbul, Amsterdam, New York, Venice, Madrid, Paris, Faro, Kraków, İzmir, Barcelona, Lisbon, Antalya, Berlin, Malta, Split.
What are the most popular routes to and from Liverpool?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Liverpool and Bucharest, Alicante, Barcelona, Málaga, London, Madrid, Sofia, Manchester, Palma, Majorca, Budapest, Warsaw, Athens, Iași, Kraków, Prague, Rome, Faro, Lisbon, Tenerife, Paphos.
What airports are near Dublin?
The main airport in Dublin is Dublin. It is also served by Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast International, George Best Belfast City, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, City of Derry, Donegal.
What airports are near Liverpool?
The main airport in Liverpool is Liverpool John Lennon. It is also served by Luton, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool John Lennon, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle, East Midlands, Isle of Man, Humberside.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Dublin and Liverpool?
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