Flights to Llandudno
Llandudno’s closest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is just 50 miles away. The short drive across the border from England provides stunning views of the luscious Welsh countryside, setting the tone for your trip to the country’s most beautiful seaside resort.
Flight Routes to and from Llandudno
There are eight international airlines that fly to Liverpool John Lennon Airport from the majority of major European cities. All major airports in the UK also fly here, making it one of the busiest airports in Britain.
Save money on your flight by booking early. You could also use Expedia’s multi-flight booking option to enjoy another city en-route and extend your fabulous trip to Llandudno.
Getting to Llandudno from After Your Flight
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is 53 miles east of Llandudno. You can reach the “Queen of the Welsh Resorts” easily along the A55 and M53. The drive will take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and will take you through some of Wales’ most beautiful countryside. The stunning Snowdonia mountain range commands the views to the west as you approach Llandudno via the coastal road. You could use this as an opportunity to stop at the formidable Conway Castle and take in the astonishing views of the mountains from the bank of the Conway Estuary.
There is a taxi rank directly outside the airport and there are regular coach and bus services running between the airport and town centre.
To really make the most of the surrounding area, you may want to hire a car for the duration of your stay. Save yourself time and money on arrival by arranging your car hire through Expedia.
When to Book a Flight to Llandudno
Llandudno is a fantastic place to visit at any time of year. A visit in May would be ideal for the passionate historian. During the May bank holiday, the city is abuzz with Victorian-themed festivities, including a traditional funfair, sideshow, carnival and festival of transport. Book early to avoid missing out.
Llandudno is surrounded by some of Wales’ most spectacular natural beauty. The Snowdonia mountain range is just 16 miles southwest of the town but for a less challenging hike, the Great and Little Ormes offer amazing views of the bay. Nature lovers should come anytime from spring to autumn, but be aware that it can get very icy during the winter months.
Make the Most of Your Trip to Llandudno
With the airport so close to one of the UK’s most eclectic cities, why not make the most of your trip and stay a night in Liverpool before you fly home. The breeding ground of The Beatles, and a British city of culture, Liverpool is a fantastic place to explore, with a range of hotel options to suit any budget.