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Arriving in Blackpool

There are various cheap flights to Blackpool coming in from different areas including Geneva, Dublin, Murcia, Mallorca, Isle of Man, Malaga and Tenerife. Blackpool flights continue to increase as the area gains popularity among tourists. While some tourists prefer to head straight to the Blackpool International Airport, others go straight to Liverpool John Lennon Airport or Manchester International Airport. Airfare to Blackpool is quite highly affordable, especially when travelling from surrounding cities or countries. However, coming in from remote locations can be quite expensive so be sure to check fare comparison sites to get the cheapest deals.

Getting Around in Blackpool

Getting around the town is easy since there are many buses and trains that provide affordable transport. Bus operators sell tickets to commuters daily, but if you want to rent a car, you can do so as well for a higher cost. Taxis may not be as affordable, but they may prove to be useful when there are no better options to take. To explore Lancashire, you also have the option of riding a train. For your convenience, buy a ticket for a day's unlimited travel. Try the town's tramway as well. Opened in 1885, these antique transports stretch for over 18 miles and can be a fun way to explore town.

Main Attractions in Blackpool

The Blackpool Tower, the Victorian counterpart of the Eiffel Tower, is one of the town's most famous tourist destinations. The view from the top is mesmerizing, but it can get too crowded during peak seasons. There are seven levels to explore including a bug zone, an aquarium, and a circus. There are also three awesome piers to visit, namely the North Pier, the Central Pier and the South Pier, thus making the town one of UK's best seaside resorts. If you are with your kids, don't forget to visit the Pleasure Beach theme park, UK's biggest amusement park.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Blackpool

Bond Street and Waterloo Road is teaming with souvenir shops, gift shops and clothing shops. Don't forget to keep some cash for the shops at the town centre and the Bonney Street market though. If you get hungry, try Harry Ramsden's at the Promenade and Mandarin at Clifton Street. For a taste of Blackpool nightlife, visit several of the town's nightclubs and bars including Blue Room, Funny Girls, The Auctioneer, Tache and Sanuk. Flights to Blackpool will no doubt continue to grow in popularity.

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  • Blackpool Airport (Blackpool, UK)
    • Every week, at least 28 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from Blackpool Airport.

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