Car Hire at Liverpool Ferry Terminal
Address & Contact Details104 St Anne Street, Liverpool, L3 3EB. Tel: 03445446074
Find your perfect car hire at Liverpool Ferry Terminal
One of the highlights of the north of England, Liverpool is a city brimming with culture, but is most famously known as the home of The Beatles.
With your Liverpool car hire, you’re free to discover all that this lively city has to offer at your own pace.
Plan your journey from Liverpool Ferry Terminal
Liverpool’s ferry terminal sits right in the heart of the city. An Avis car hired from here allows you to reach your hotel and all the top attractions with ease.
The most famous Liverpudlian export is the ‘60s pop group The Beatles. Learn all about the band and their connection to the city at The Beatles Story museum. Here you’ll find a full-size replica of the Cavern Club, where they played their first gigs, and Abbey Road Studios, where they recorded many of their first singles.
Liverpool is also a city with an incredible visual arts culture. The Walker Gallery is the national gallery for the north of England, displaying an impressive collection of art extending from the 14th century through to the present day. If your taste is more contemporary, be sure to visit the Tate Liverpool, home to important pieces from 20th-century artists like Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock.
Pubs are the centrepiece of British culture. No trip to Liverpool is complete without tucking into some hearty pub grub. At The Monro gastropub you can enjoy one of the best Sunday lunches in the city: roast beef with Yorkshire puddings and all the trimmings.
Beyond Liverpool Ferry Terminal
Liverpool Ferry Terminal is a gateway to the northwest of England and there’s much to explore beyond the city. In the comfort of your Avis hire car, you’ll reach the destinations below in less than an hour.
Take the A565 north for 35 minutes and you’ll arrive in Formby – the prettiest coastal town in the region. The main attraction here is the great expanse of beach, perfect for long walks and lazy days building sand castles. The undulating sand dunes give the landscape a unique look. Wander into the surrounding National Trust forest where you might spot red squirrels and natterjack toads.
Drive 40 minutes south of Liverpool Ferry Terminal and you’ll reach the small, historic city of Chester on the River Dee. This is one of the most important Roman settlements in the country. You can still see ancient walls, the ruins of an amphitheatre and reconstructed Roman gardens here. Children love Chester Zoo, which even has a bat cave where these fascinating animals fly freely around visitors.
Pick up your Avis car hire from Liverpool Ferry Terminal and be charmed by northern England.