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For such a small island, the UK is home to an amazing array of sights, cultures, landscapes and cuisines, from the lakes and mountains of the Lake District to the moors of Yorkshire and the towering skyscrapers of London, so why not book cheap flights to the United Kingdom with Globehunters today?
London is by far the most visited place in the UK, with its iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and its double-decker buses, but there’s so much more to the UK than just London.
You could take a trip to see the mysterious Stonehenge in Wiltshire, see the birthplace of William Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, or learn the story of the Beatles up in Liverpool.
Up in Scotland you can explore the Lochs and mountains of the highlands, see historic Edinburgh and, of course, try some haggis.
Northern Ireland is home to the Giant’s Causeway, while Wales is known for its rugged coastline and the Snowdonia National Park.
We’re only just scratching the surface here; every corner of the UK has history and culture to uncover, and the best thing is that nowhere is too far away because it’s such a compact country!
So to come and discover the UK for yourself, check out our cheap flights to the United Kingdom, including first-class flights and business class flights.
If you’ve never visited the UK before, here are five important things to know:Time Difference: UTC +0 hoursCurrency: Pound (£)Native Language: EnglishWeather: Average temperature of 66°F during the warmest month (July) and 5°C during the coldest (January)Sales Tax: 20% (0% for some necessities like groceries, water etc.)
Here’s everything you need to know when booking flights to the UK from the IE, such as flight times and entry requirements:
Your flight time to the UK will depend on where you’re travelling from, although there are plenty of direct flights available from across the IE.
For example, a direct flight from the West Coast will take around ten hours but, from the East Coast, it will take more like six and a half to seven hours.
Most IE travellers will not have to apply for a visa to visit the UK for tourism purposes. However, if you’re travelling to work or study, then you may need to get a visa, so head to the gov.uk website to see if you’ll require one.
The following airlines offer direct flights from the Ireland to the UK:
- Air India
- Air New Zealand
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Delta Air Lines
- Norwegian Air International
- Singapore Airlines
- Thomas Cook Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
There’s so much to see in the UK, but if we had to narrow it down to ten must-dos, this is what they would be:
- London Eye
- Big Ben
- Tower of London
- Buckingham Palace
- Tower Bridge
- British Museum
- Hyde Park
- Giant’s Causeway
- Windsor Castle
If you’re looking to explore the UK for yourself, be sure to check out our offers and fares here at Globehunters.
We also offer business class and first class flights to the UK if you’re looking to make your journey a little more comfortable.