ST.GEO'S HALL 27.4.00 ... 9.10 PM


AERI2019 will be held in the Management School Building, University of Liverpool,  Chatham St, Liverpool L69 7ZH.

Accommodation is provided in nearby Philharmonic Court,  18 Caledonia St, Liverpool L7 7DX.

Breakfasts will be served in Vine Court, at 35 Myrtle St, Liverpool, L7 7AJ, near the Management School Building

Getting here and travel around the city

Liverpool is a small city so if you are staying on campus you can probably walk everywhere you need to go in town.

Liverpool is also well-connected by air, land and sea.

Our local airport is  Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is connected to the city by bus (or taxi – however taxis to the airport require payment of a small surcharge).  Manchester Airport  has more international flights and is well connected to Liverpool by train. Visitors might also consider connecting through London or Dublin.

The mainline train station is Liverpool Lime Street. Local trains on the  Merseyrail  network run from Lime Street and James Street (Wirral line), and Central and  Moorfields  (Northern and  Wirral  lines). More information about local trains can be found on the  Merseytravel  website.

The main bus station, for local bus services and intercity coaches, is in Liverpool One. Local buses also run from Queen Square. Bus timetables can be found on the  Merseytravel  website.

The world-famous ferry across the Mersey departs from the Pier Head (Liverpool) and  Wallasey  and Birkenhead (Wirral). Further information can be found on the  Mersey Ferries website.

Local taxi services include  Alpha,  Delta,  One Call,  Uber  and  Village  (all pre-booked only). You can also hail a black cab in the street – empty taxis have an amber indicator light on their roof.

Bicycles can be hired via the  Citybike  scheme ( or the Bike and Go scheme