LJLA has been adding more destinations to their flight list…
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is the 12th busiest airport in the country, as such there are loads of options when it comes to booking a holiday.
Are you looking for some holiday inspiration? Then why not check out just a few of the exotic destinations that you could be flying out to from LJLA:
The summer sun doesn’t get much hotter when you’re staying in Alicante. This port city on the Costa Blanca is big enough to get lost in but you’ll never feel that you’re far away from a bit of peace and quiet. In addition to the mind-bending design of the Explanada de Espana, there’s the Co-cathedral of St. Nicholas of Bari as well as the Gravina Palace – which now plays host to the Gravina Museum of Fine Arts.
Isle of Man, Great Britain
You don’t always have to fly overseas to feel like you’re getting away from it all. Fly out to the remote Isle of Man and you’ll get a glimpse into the tranquillity that true-island life can offer. Although the Isle of Man might not be the best place to grab a tan for the summer, you’ll find it relatively temperate throughout the peak months with temperatures reaching highs of 27 degrees. Of course, you can always visit in the winter for a snowy island getaway.
There are few towns that can best Faros for its weather. With highs regularly topping 30 degrees from May through to September and a genuine dearth of rainfall throughout their core summer months, you’re guaranteed to come away a few shades darker than when you arrived. In addition to sandy beaches and aquamarine lagoons, there’s some real ostentatious architecture as well as a vibrant, yet relaxed night life – perfect for holidaying couples.
LJLA recently announced that it was adding the historical city of Lublin to their destinations, but you’d be amiss if you neglected to visit Poznań. Throw away any preconceptions that you may have of Poland, Poznań is a city that prides itself on its exceptionally high standard of living and has even won awards for its high-quality brand as a city. You can marvel at the 13th Century Royal Castle, which has been painstakingly reconstructed over the last few years or simply wander around the gorgeous Old Town.
If you want to get completely absorbed by a city, then Budapest is the place to go. Covering a massive area of 565 square kilometres, it’s home to over 1.7 million people, making it by far the most populous city in Hungary. Frequently voted as ‘the best city in Europe‘ by numerous publication, it’s home to numerous historical attractions as well a massive amount of geothermal springs. There’s so much to see and do in this city that a few days will simply not be enough for you.