London to Liverpool Coach Tickets
- Coaches leave London Victoria station for Liverpool One bus station from 10:00 to 23:45.
- The quickest journey takes 5 hours 5 minutes and the slowest around 5 hours 35 minutes.
- There are around 3 coaches running daily between London and Liverpool.
One of the largest and most famous cities in the UK, Liverpool can certainly give London a run for its money when it comes to attractions, facilities and things to do. However, with a population of just 457,000 compared to London's 13 million, there's no danger of that feeling of being swamped creeping in; a visit to Liverpool combines all the enjoyment of a cosmopolitan city without any of the confusion or baffling network of public transport.
Liverpool is rich in culture and history, which shows through with the fact that there are a whopping 31 museums and galleries to visit, with collections that cover various subjects such as slavery, local history, the docks and of course, The Beatles. There are also a good range of sightseeing tours that visitors can embark on, ranging from individual walking tours of the city, to large coach trips to the surrounding local area.
Shopaholics are well catered for in Liverpool, with a good mix of vintage and antique stores, well-loved brands and high-end shops all packed in together. Liverpool ONE is one of the best shopping destinations in the country, and boasts over 160 famous names, while Bold Street is ideal for anyone who likes the quirkier things in life, with its independent boutiques and world foods.
Despite being a large city, Liverpool also offers an excellent range of outdoor spaces that are ideal for escaping from the hustle and bustle of the shops and attractions. There are several parks with facilities for children, and Formby Nature Reserve is great for anyone who is a big fan of flora, fauna and animal life.