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However you travel, Lancashire and Blackpool is an area easily reached from all over the UK. Our superb motorway and road network means that by car or coach Birmingham and Glasgow are only two to three hours away. With great rail links, ferry links and easy access to three airports including Blackpool International, your travel options have never been so good.
An interactive map showing the many inbound air and ferry routes from Ireland to the North West. You can also view the motorway network for the region.
Lancashire is easily accessed by air with three airports in the North West area.
Travelling by train is undoubtedly the most scenic and relaxing way to visit Lancashire.
Lancashire has a substantial road network which makes travelling by car an easy option.
If time isn't the most important factor then travelling by bus or coach is the best and more affordable way to travel to and around Lancashire.
There are several ferry routes coming in to Lancashire and the North West from Ireland and the Isle of Man.
Download and view maps of Lancashire and its towns and villages.
The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee's (DPTAC) website provides comprehensive information on its role in advising the Government on the transport needs of disabled people.