The Port of Liverpool is the fourth largest city in the UK. It mainly caters only to Trans Irish Sea crossings, with daily sailings to Dublin, Belfast and the isle-of-man. This ferry port is situated on the River Mersey close to Liverpool`s famous waterfront. The ferry port handles over 30 million tonnes of freight a year, including one third of all freight moving between Britain and Ireland.

Liverpool has tremendous attractions to explore, where you can visit various panoramic sea views. Excellent facilities likes a cafeteria with lounge, check-in hall, covered check-in areas for both cars and trucks, and a separate rest area with shower facilities for truck drivers. Here, you will find excellent facilities for travellers with disabilities.

It has excellent connections by road and rail. From Liverpool ferry port follow A565 towards Bootle. From other areas you can use motorways such M57 or M58 and follow signs "All Docks" on A5036. Continue on A5036 for approx. Proceed on A5036 for approximately 2 miles until round about incorporating a flyover and follow signs for Crosby/Liverpool Freeport.

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