Trains London Liverpool to London

Train tickets from Liverpool to London

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Liverpool (LPL)
London (LON)
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Sun 3/7
The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
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Avanti West Coast
Direct
2h 18m
Avanti West Coast
Avanti West Coast
Direct
2h 24m
Avanti West Coast
Avanti West Coast
Direct
2h 24m
Avanti West Coast
Avanti West Coast, Train
Direct
2h 45m
Avanti West Coast, Train
Avanti West Coast, Train
Direct
2h 45m
Avanti West Coast, Train
Avanti West Coast
Direct
2h 13m
Avanti West Coast

Liverpool to London train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains from Liverpool to London

RETURN FROM

£99

ONE-WAY FROM

£19

AVG TRAVEL TIME

2h 27m

TRAIN COMPANIES

Avanti West Coast, Train
The best return train deal from Liverpool to London found on momondo in the last 72 hours is £99
The best one-way train deal from Liverpool to London found on momondo in the last 72 hours is £19
Average time it takes to travel by train from Liverpool to London
There are 2 train companies servicing this route: Avanti West Coast, Train

Book return train tickets from Liverpool to London

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets from Liverpool to London that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Avanti West Coast, Train
15 Jul
01:26Liverpool Lime Street
2h 24m
03:50London Euston
17 Jul
06:53London Euston
4h 22m
1 stop
11:15Liverpool Lime Street
Avanti West Coast, Train
2 Sep
03:00Liverpool Lime Street
2h 03m
05:03London Euston
4 Sep
05:24London Euston
4h 50m
1 stop
10:14Liverpool Lime Street
Avanti West Coast, Train
9 Jul
03:47Liverpool Lime Street
2h 16m
06:03London Euston
10 Jul
03:52London Euston
5h 32m
1 stop
09:24Liverpool Lime Street
Avanti West Coast
9 Jul
05:47Liverpool Lime Street
2h 12m
07:59London Euston
10 Jul
06:16London Euston
2h 52m
09:08Liverpool Lime Street
Avanti West Coast
15 Jul
03:00Liverpool Lime Street
2h 03m
05:03London Euston
17 Jul
05:17London Euston
2h 54m
08:11Liverpool Lime Street
Avanti West Coast
22 Jul
02:05Liverpool Lime Street
2h 18m
04:23London Euston
24 Jul
06:16London Euston
2h 52m
09:08Liverpool Lime Street

Book one-way train tickets from Liverpool to London

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets from Liverpool to London we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find train tickets by date.
Avanti West Coast
23 Jul
01:46Liverpool Lime Street
2h 18m
04:04London Euston
Avanti West Coast
26 Aug
01:26Liverpool Lime Street
2h 24m
03:50London Euston
Avanti West Coast
22 Jul
01:26Liverpool Lime Street
2h 24m
03:50London Euston

Choose the best way to get from Liverpool J. Lennon to London


FAQs for booking trains from Liverpool to London

You’ll travel all the way from north-east England to its southern capital on a train from Liverpool to London, stopping at several interesting small towns on the way. The route will first take you across the River Mersey, to the historic town of Runcorn, built in 915 CE by Ethelfleda, the ruler known as Lady of the Mercians. Your next stop will be in Crewe, a town that, fittingly, grew around a railway station and is now known as the producer of Britain’s iconic Bentley cars. From there, it’s on to Nuneaton, the town that inspired much of George Eliot’s writing. Your last stop on this Liverpool to London route will be in Watford, before arriving at London Euston Station. You’ll pass through a lot of scenic countryside en route, like Cannock Chase Woods just after you’ve travelled through Stafford. The countryside around Tamworth as you travel through southern Staffordshire has been declared an Area of Outstanding National Beauty, and once you’ve passed Nuneaton, you’ll be in the picture-postcard area of England, with its typical rolling green hillsides. You’ll also skirt the famous town of Rugby, where “the game they play in heaven" was invented by William Webb-Ellis. This all makes travelling by rail from Liverpool to London a great way to see some of the English Midlands.

All trains from Liverpool to London depart from Liverpool Lime Street Station. It’s run by National Rail, so it has all the facilities offered at all stations on this network. It’s a historic building, first built in 1836 and refurbished in 1849. It’s had upgrades since, but it’s still an architectural attraction in its own right. It has full accessibility amenities, including 17 Blue Badge parking spaces. Personal limited-mobility assistance is available during the station’s opening hours, as are wheelchairs and mobility-assistance vehicles. Two low ticket machines are alongside the booking office, which also has an induction loop. The entire station has step-free access, and there are accessible toilets. There’s a handful of shops and places to eat and drink, you’ll find baby changing facilities and there’s a comfortable waiting room. There are two general passenger-help points in the station, one of them at Skelhorne Street and the other at the short-stay car park entrance. You can use the station’s left luggage service, with lockers located in the station’s main concourse.

Naturally, you won’t need a passport to travel from Liverpool to London by train, and if you get tickets online or at a ticket machine, you won’t need to provide photo ID either – all that’s required is your credit or debit card details. In fact, the only time you’re likely to be asked for photo ID when buying any train tickets from Liverpool to London is if you’re buying a season ticket for the first time.

You have a few options to get to the centre of London once you’ve arrived on a Liverpool train. You can catch a Northern Line Underground train to the central Charing Cross Station, which won’t take much time. A No. 168 London Bus will take the same amount of time. A faster option is to catch a taxi, which will get you there in about a third of the time of the other two modes. Santander Cycles also operates a bike-sharing station in Euston Square Gardens, which is just across the road from Euston Station. Remember to check on momondo for cheap tickets from Liverpool to London, to make your journey even more pleasant.

A ticket from Liverpool to London for this week starts from £19 one-way. At £101 on average, one-way train tickets from Liverpool to London are best booked early to save more on your trip.

It takes 2h 03m to get from Liverpool to London by train. Your arrival can differ by about 0h 24m. This largely depends on whether your train ride includes stops or a direct route from Liverpool to London.

Avanti West Coast and Train will take you from Liverpool to London. Avanti West Coast, Train has been recently found as the cheapest option from £99 return.

The quickest way to travel this route is to take a train from Liverpool to London, doing so can potentially save up to 2h 27m of travel time. While these options may take longer, booking a flight from Liverpool to London or a bus from Liverpool to London may suit your needs if travel time is less of a factor in your decision making.

Taking a bus to your destination is the cheapest option we’ve found in the past few days. The cheapest price we’ve found for this option is £13, making it less expensive than a flight from Liverpool to London and cheaper than a train from Liverpool to London.

Liverpool J. Lennon and London are 178.7 mi apart from one another, but the actual distance by train depends on the route taken. 2h 03m is a normal train duration for this route.


AccesRail trains from Liverpool to London

Our best AccesRail deals on Liverpool to London train tickets
AccesRail
6 Apr
03:00Liverpool Central
14h 31m
2 stops
17:31London King's Cross
11 Apr
16:33London King's Cross
17h 32m
2 stops
10:05Liverpool Central
AccesRail
18 Aug
07:30Liverpool Central
18h 05m
3 stops
01:35London Heathrow
25 Aug
15:30London Heathrow
14h 35m
2 stops
06:05Liverpool Central
AccesRail
29 Jul
11:30Liverpool Central
16h 15m
3 stops
03:45London Heathrow
3 Aug
17:30London Heathrow
12h 35m
2 stops
06:05Liverpool Central

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