Blackpool is easily accessible from the M55 linking the town with the M6 and the country's motorway network. Blackpool now has its own Blackpool international airport and has a regular train services to both Blackpool North station and Blackpool south station. Fleetwood is also close to Blackpool and has an international ferry terminal serving the west side of England.
BLACKPOOL BY AIR
Blackpool International Airport now offers flights to and from more and more destinations. Today, the airport offers fast, efficient commuter services for the business community, and attractive destinations and schedules for short break and longer holiday travellers.
Blackpool Airport is just minutes from the town centre and the resort's extensive range of hotels and world-class tourist attractions. There are also public transport links to the airport via bus, coach and rail as well as regular taxi services.
BLACKPOOL BY TRAIN
Blackpool has three train stations - North, South and Pleasure Beach.
Blackpool North Train Station is located just behind Blackpool town centre and Blackpool Tower.
NOTE: May require change at Preston or Manchester
Blackpool South and Blackpool Pleasure Beach Train Stations are approximately a mile apart, at either end of the Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Blackpool South Pier.
NOTE: May require change at Preston or Manchester and tend to be slower than the Blackpool North trains
BLACKPOOL BY CAR
Take junction 32 off the M6 motorway onto the M55 motorway. Follow signs for Blackpool.
Blackpool has plenty of car parking spaces in the many car parks, you will have no problem in finding a place to park your car while you explore and enjoy the sights. Blackpool offers plenty of coach parking spaces on the new coach car park located near the front of Blackpool in the central car parking areas.