Gatwick Airport Taxi Service

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Transfer Liverpool-lgw Gatwick

Gatwick Airport to Liverpool Taxi Service is provided by Onward Travel Solutions Ltd. We offer a transfer service from Liverpool to any U.K Airport, whether you need a car, people carrier, executive car, executive people carrier, minibus or indeed a coach Onward Travel Solutions Ltd are here to help. If you are traveling to or from Gatwick Airport please select the type of journey required from the drop down and you will be able to extract an instant quote. If you are traveling to a different airport please click Reset and select the correct airport from the drop down. All our bookings are pre booked and pre paid for so you can rest assured we will be there to meet you or take you to your destination.

Overview of Liverpool

The city of Liverpool is located North West of Gatwick airport a distance of 244 miles that would take around 4 hours 12 minutes by taxi via the M25,M40, M6 and M62. Liverpool is one of the UK's main ports and has excellent links to Ireland, as well as the beautiful Isle of Man. The census of 2001 recorded the population at 439,473 residents.

The History of Liverpool

Liverpool started out as a small fishing port on the shores of the Mersey river. Its name comes from the olde english for "muddy pool", probably owing to the silt accumulation around the Mersey estuary.The port and town were officially founded in the 13th century, when the King made his first visit to it. During the Civil war, which began in 1642, Liverpool was, at various times, a stronghold for both the Royalists and Parlimentarians. The Royalists held the town till 1644, when they lost the battle of Marsten Moor, and subsequently all the northern part of Britain. The City owes much of its wealth and prosperity to the slave trade. It became Britain's 3rd largest port, behind Bristol and London. Bristol of course, also having slave trade links. It finally became a city in 1880. As it was a main center for trade and industry, Liverpool suffered greatly in World War 2, when it was heavily bombed in the hope of inhibiting the war effort. 10,00 houses were destroyed and its two main churches were damaged. In fact, if you visit today, at the top of Bold Street you can see a famous local landmark, simply and affectionately called "the bombed out church". Liverpool won the place of European Capital of Culture for 2008. This has been marked by many spectacular events, encompassing all forms of culture. In September, a 12ft sculpture of a spider was slowly moved around the city by six men with long poles, before coming to rest in the business district on a vast web.

Sight Seeing

Liverpool has many fantastic shops, from the retro haven of bold street, to the more commercial Church street, There will be something for everyone. As part of the rejuvination of the city center, Liverpool one opened in May 2008. This new complex boasts 160 high street shops, restaurants and a 5 acre park, overlooking the Royal Albert Dock. Alternately, you could follow in the footsteps of Coleen et al and visit the uber trendy Cavern Walks shopping boutique, which has designers like Drome, Juicy Couture and (wag favorite) cricket. If you take a short walk from the center to The Royal Albert Dock, you can visit the Tate modern Gallery. This has been home to some UK first's, in the art world. Most recently the work of Gustav Klimt was displayed. Also on the docks is the O2 arena, this is the home to all of Liverpool's major music gigs, and will be shortly welcoming Sir Elton John on this Red Piano Tour. The docks also houses many excellent hotels, including The Jury's Inn, Express by Holiday Inn and the Premier travel Inn, all of which have various special offers on during the week.

The Beautiful Game

Liverpool has two rival football clubs, Liverpool (the reds), and Everton (the blues). Liverpool play from Anfield stadium, which is 3 miles north of the city center, while Everton's Goodison Park stadium is 3 miles from the center to the west. Both has excellent access from the center via taxi from Liverpool Lime street station, or from Victoria Street bus station.

Extensive Fleet

We provide access to a large fleet of vehicle sizes and types. Regardless of your party size, luggage or special requirements, we can usually provide the perfect vehicle.

If you have any queries about vehicle suitability or availability, we'd be delighted to help; give us a call and we'll talk you through the options.

Saloon CarSaloon Car: Ford Mondeo, VW Passat or similar. These can accommodate up to 3 passengers plus 3 suitcases (20kg max) or 4 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Estate CarEstate Car: Volvo Estate, VW Passat or similar. These can accommodate up to 4 passengers plus 4 suitcases (20kg max). Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

People CarrierPeople Carrier: VW Sharan, Ford Galaxy or similar. These can accommodate up to 5 passengers plus 5 suitcases (20kg max) or 6 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Executive CarExecutive Car: E Class Mercedes or similar. These can accommodate up to 3 passengers plus 3 suitcases (20kg max) or 4 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Executive People CarrierExecutive People Carrier: Mercedes Viano or similar. These can accommodate up to 5 passengers plus 5 suitcases (20kg max) or 6 passengers plus hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

8 Seater Minibus8 Seater Minibus: VW Transporter or similar. These can accommodate 8 passengers plus up to 8 suitcases (20kg max). Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

16 Seater Minibus16 Seater Minibus: Ford Transit or similar. These can accommodate 12 passengers plus up to 12 suitcases (20kg max) or 16 passengers with hand luggage. Any more luggage than this will require a larger vehicle.

Other VehiclesOther Vehicles: We have access to various coach sizes. please provide us with as much notice as possible to avoid disappointment of availability.




Liverpool Hotel Addresses:

Express By Holiday Inn Liverpool-Albert Dock

Britannia Pavillion, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AD

Tel: 0870 400 8166

Crowne Plaza Hotel Liverpool

St. Nicholas Place, Liverpool, L3 1QW

Tel: 0870 400 8166

Premier Travel Inn

Vernon St, Liverpool, L2 2AY

Tel: 0870-238 3323

Hard Days Night Hotel

North John St, Liverpool, L2 6RR

Tel: 0151 236 1964

Jurys Inn Liverpool

No. 31 Keel Wharf, Liverpool L3 4FN

Tel: 0151 244 3777

Liverpool City Centre Marriott Hotel

1 Queen Sq, Liverpool, L1 1RH

Tel: 0151 476 8000

Park House Guest House

1 Haigh Rd, Liverpool, L22 3XS

Tel: 0151 928 4343

Crowne Plaza Hotel Liverpool

St. Nicholas Place, Liverpool, L3 1QW

Tel: 0870 400 8166

Campanile Hotel

Lowlands Road, Runcorn, WA7 5TP

Tel: 01928 581771

Holiday Inn Liverpool City Centre

Lime Street, Liverpool, L1 1NQ

Tel: 0870400 8166

Liverpool Marriott Hotel

1 Queen Sq, Liverpool, L1 1RH

Tel: 0870 400 7268

Sir Thomas Hotel

45 Victoria St, Liverpool, L1 6JB

Tel: 0151 236 1366

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