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maidenhead to liverpool travel

by nikhilpal76

hi
please guide me on how to travel from maidenhead to liverpool -----train or bus---which is cheaper---ticket fare ??---can we book on spot or need to book in advance

Re: maidenhead to liverpool travel

by mad4travel

If you go by train you will either have to:

Go from Maidenhead to Rading to Stafford to Liverpool
or
Maidenhead- Paddington - underground to Euston -Liverpool

for all train timetables and fares check out:
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

The earlier you book the cheaper it tends to be. also investigate getting separate tickets for each journey as sometimes that can work out cheaper.

As for the bus, you will most likely have to come into London and change buses.
Check out http://www.nationalexpress.com for more info.

It will probably be cheaper than the train but may take longer if you have to go in and out of London. You may want to check out Maidenhead to Oxford or Birmingham and then to Liverpool. This way you will avoid London.

Re: maidenhead to liverpool travel

by leics

Train is usually more expensive than bus, but buses take longer than trains.

Most long-distance UK coaches are run by www.nationalexpress.com However, there are no direct coaches from Maidenhead: you will probably have to go into London and change buses there. You should book coach tickets in advance, either online or at agents/offices (there aren't too many of those, so online is best).

Train times and fares on www.nationalrail.co.uk

Trains never get 'full' but you have to book in advance to reserve a seat (otherwie you just stand uintil there is a seat available). You can also get cheaper fares in advance (though not always). You can book online (although ome VT-ers have had trouble paying by credit/debit card from abroad) or simply go to any station up to 6pm tthe day before travel. However, cheap fares like this often sell out.

From Maidenhead to Liverpool takes 3-4 hours, with a couple of changes (the Maidenhead train goes to Paddington and the Liverpool train goes from Euston, so you will have to change stations by Tube). The site will detail changes if you click 'see details'. Cheapest one-way fare for morning departures on 19th May is 54.50 (not an advance ticket!), but you will have to check your preferred train time/day.

A compromise solution might be to get the train from Maidenhead into London, then get the coach from London Victoria coach station. National Express run several coaches to Liverpool daily from there, journey time 5-6 hours, one-way fares from 10GBP.

Travel Tips for Liverpool

When visiting LIVERPOOL you...

by tommy_b

When visiting LIVERPOOL you must visit MATHEW STREET where it all began for the BEATLES. The ALBERT DOCK is a great place for a day out eating and drinking. Dont forget the MERSEY FERRIES at the PIERHEAD. CHINATOWN is also a must, more restaurants than you can shake a stick at, but WONGS is a good one. LIVERPOOL is the ferry trips across the MERSEY with mum dad and gran to NEW BRIGHTON. The gulls following the boat (royal iris, royal daffodil, woodchurch). The smell of the salty sea and the white swell of the waves. The smell of the indoor fair in new brighton, there was never any smell quite like that.

Radio City Tower

by sandysmith

St John's Tower, in Williamson Square by the markets, used to have a restaurant situated at the top where you could get great views over the city centre - see Steventilly's Liverpool page for some pics.
Now it is the home of the award winning radio station "Radio City 96.7 FM". Fabulous advertising for them as it dominates the citycentre and you'll be able to see it from most locations. Unfortunately visits are by appointment only today....wonder if I could arrange that on the premises of taking pics for a certain website! Well just recently I did manage to arrange a litle VT tour up the tower! Its normally only possible on a Saturday or Sunday at 1.30 and again at 3.00pm but I engineered a visit Godd Friday 2003.
The tour is mainly to show the (supposed ! ) views and to peep through the studios where the radio station is broadcast from. A short video presentaion is also given on the the transition of the tower from restaurant to radio station.
Check out the travelogue for what we saw or did not see on my Merseyside page travelogue!

SEARCHING THE STREETS OF LIVERPOOL FOR MEMORIES

by Onedragon

HOW ABOUT JOHN LENNON LEANING AGAINST A DOORWAY ON MATTHEW STREET OR ELEANOR RIGBY SITTING AT A BUS STOP ON STANLEY STREET........
OR EVEN RIDING IN A MAGICAL MYSTERY BUS...EXACT REPLICA OF THE 1967 BUS...EXCEPT THE LETTERING ON THE BACK OF THE BUS...

"Everything You Love"

by Evenith666 about Liverpool One

Liverpool One is a new shopping and entertainment complex in Liverpool city center. It has more than 160 high street stores, independant boutiques, cafes and resteraunts. There is also a 14 screen Odeon Cinema, and above the comlex is the five acre Chavasse Park, claiming to be Liverpools answer to New Yorks Central Park. Many of the resteraunts in the terrace of the comples offer stunning views of the park and the Liverpool waterfront.
The shops are also open untill 8pm on weekdays, as such Liverpool One offers the first late night shopping in the city. The huge range of shops means that it will be difficult to come here and not buy anything, no matter what your interests. It will be hard to come here and not spend anything, and you could easily spend a day in this complex alone browsing the shops, having something to eat, watching a film and then relaxing in the park.

John Lennon Was Here

by SapineKuu about Ye Cracke

The Cracke is a great little pub where John formed his first band 'The Dissenters' in 1960. The great news is the decor and layout have hardly changed. Unlike many establishments it retains a maze of little rooms and the walls still sport a rather crazy mural from the '60's. The pub attracts a rather diverse clientele including students for the near by Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. This Institute was part financed by that other guy Paul McCartney. The pub has recently opened up the rear yard making a popular outdoor drinking area. Anything goes!

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