UK and Europe

Buckingham Palace

History, festivals, a thriving music scene and a quirky sense of humour - our UK flights open up the way to an abundance of indiosyncratic Britishness.

A cheap flight to the UK offers a variety of cultural experiences. Each of our UK destinations is slightly different, but they all have a similar vibe. London is the perfect location for sight seeing, shopping and watching shows. Manchester offers great comedy, festivals and world famous sporting arenas and Edinburgh has a thriving music scenes around, from small gigs to big capacity venues. If it's culture and beautiful views you're looking for, head to Aberdeen, home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain.

Parks and botanical gardens offer an escape from fast pace city living, or leave them behind completely to explore magnificent countryside, chocolate box villages and the awesome scenery of the likes of the Lake District and Scotland's Highlands.

London city skyline


Take a cheap UK flight to London and discover a city steeped in culture and history. Iconic sights include Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and Big Ben. People-watch from a pavement cafe in Notting Hill or scare yourself silly on a ghost tour through Jack the Ripper's Whitechapel.

If shopping is your passion, head to Oxford Circus for high street names, vintage in Shoreditch, bargains in portobello market, or if nothing but designer will do it has to be a visit to the world-famous Harrods.

Canal boat, Manchester


If great food, drink and music are what you're after, take a cheap flight to Manchester and experience the festivals. The city also has lots more to offer, including great shopping, theatre, side splitting comedy at the Comedy Store and world famous sporting arenas.

If it's relaxation you're after, head to the Lake District - the beautiful mountainous landscape is the ideal location to chill out and recharge your batteries.

Edinburgh city at night


Come to Scotland and discover the traditional Scottish cuisines. Haggis can be a sumptuous treat, enjoy the magical and classical sounds of the bag pipe, or have a few drinks at the local pubs.

Or If you would prefer to see the more scenic side of Scotland, take a tour through the Highlands and visit some of Scotland's world-famous whisky distilleries.

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