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Cheap flights from Guernsey

Guernsey is a group of islands off the coast of Normandy located in the English Channel. Officially the Kingdom of Guernsey, it is a possession of The Crown in the right of Guernsey. Guernsey consists of several islands, most significant of which is Guernsey Island. The others are Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Lihou, Burhou, Brecquou, and Les Casquettes. Guernsey, together with the Bailiwick of Jersey, forms the geographical grouping called the Channel Islands.

Where to go

La Vallette Underground Military Museum - The museum is located in one of the 41 tunnels built as a fuel storage facility during the German occupation of the Islands. La Vallette Underground Military Museum is devoted to the military history of Guernsey, with displays and collections from World War I and World War II, including medal collections, uniforms, firearms, and other weapons.

Artparks Sculpture Park - The Artparks Sculpture Park is a sculpture trail located in Saint Martin's. The park annually features up to 200 sculptures, most of which are contemporary, by artists from the United Kingdom and the rest of the world. A new exhibition is opened every mid-May. The park also hosts a cafe and occasional guided tours.

Fort Grey - Fort Grey, referred to by locals as the 'cup and saucer', is a Martello tower situated on a rock called Château de Rocquaine or Castle of Rocquaine in Rocquaine Bay in Saint Peter. The white tower of the fort was originally built in 1804 by the British as a defense during the Napoleonic Wars. Today it is a local shipwreck museum, featuring several artifacts of marine salvage from famous wrecks such as the Elwood Mead and the MV Prosperity.

La Seigneurie Gardens - The La Seigneurie Gardens in Sark are spectacular formal gardens with an under-recorded history. The gardens house many beautiful plants, including several varieties of roses, vines, and even vegetables, as well as ponds, a hedge maze, and a Victorian glasshouse.

Book a flight from Guernsey's primary international airport to Norwich, a city on the River Wensum in England. Norwich boasts of impressive structures such as St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich Castle, Felbrigg Hall, and Dragon Hall, as well as entertainment centers including Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich Puppet Theatre, Norwich Arts Centre, and Theatre Royal. Another city worth visiting for only a short flight is Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. Glasgow has several attractions for art enthusiasts, including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow School of Art, House for an Art Lover, and Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery.

Travellers from Guernsey can only take short haul flights from the Guernsey Airport.

How to get out

The way out of Guernsey is through Guernsey Airport, the only airport on the island of Guernsey and the largest airport in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The airport is served by the following airlines: Air Berlin, Aurigny Air Services, Blue Islands, CityJet, and Flybe. It provides air passenger service to the United Kingdom, France, Isle of Man, Jersey, the Netherlands, and Germany, specifically to Southampton, Jersey, Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester, East Midlands, Dinard, Bristol, and Alderney, with seasonal flights to Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Norwich, Glasgow, Grenoble, and Rotterdam.

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