Book a flight to Conwy today and you’re in for a treat. This ancient medieval town is the best preserved in Wales, if not the UK. Conwy Castle, the dark and imposing medieval structure that looms over the town, is as impressive today as it must have been when it was when it was built back in the 13th Century.
Book flights to Conwy and you’ll soon discover that the town has a lot else on offer besides its magnificent medieval past. Situated at the North-eastern corner of Snowdonia National Park, Conwy is also the perfect base for a hiking holiday. Fly to Conwy and you’ll discover art, culture, great shopping and several annual festivals too.
You’ll quickly find that you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to booking flights to Conwy. There’s not one, not two, but three airports all in the vicinity. The closest is Anglesey Airport – about 40 minutes drive away. Liverpool Airport is slightly less than 70 miles away, and Manchester Airport is slightly over. With so much choice, you’re sure to find a convenient flight to Conwy.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport hosts six airlines covering a variety of European destinations. You can fly to Liverpool from destinations around Ireland as well as Jersey and the Isle of Man, but also from many Spanish and European locations. If you’re driving to Conwy after your flight arrives in Liverpool, it’s about one hour ten minute drive (around 67 miles) via the A55. You can also take M53 motorway, or hop on the train – the scenic route – a two and a half hour journey via Chester.
Manchester Airport receives flights from around 60 airlines and flies to over 200 European and world destinations. Within the British Isles, you can fly to Manchester from a number of destinations including London Heathrow, Dublin, Cork, Belfast, Exeter, Bournemouth, Glasgow International and Aberdeen. After your flight arrives in Manchester, onward travel to Conwy is easiest by road. It’s an hour and ten minutes drive via the M56 and A55, and anywhere from two to three hours if you take the train, which also goes via Chester.
Last but not least is Anglesey Airport. While this is the closest airport to Conwy, be aware that it is also the smallest. Situated near Holyhead, it only receives flights from Cardiff and Norwich, but its small size has many advantages, not the least being the lack of crowds. It’s a 40-minute drive via the North Wales Expressway (the A55), or about 50 minutes by train from the airport’s closest station, Rhosneigr.
Wherever you’re flying from, with three airports serving North Wales, you’re sure to find a great deal on flights to Conwy. Search online with Expedia and book your flights to Conwy today.