Let London be a beginning for a wonderful journey.
London is not only an amazing tourist attraction in itself but it is also a city which connects you with many remote places in the world. Before I moved to London, I was checking how I can get cheaply to some interesting places in the world. Usually all the searches lead me to cheap flights from London. Actually, from the capital you can fly to cities and towns which are not available from other countries. And even if they are, for sure the tickets' prices are much higher. Use opportunity of living in one the most connected cities in the world. London doesn't need to be your final point, it can be a stop on journey around the world.
The first time I started wondering how brilliant London is to begin your journey in was when I saw Pegasus airlines advert on the underground. This low-cost airline offers you flights to many cities located south-east from the capital. With Pegasus you can explore Baku in Azerbaijan, Beirut in Lebanon, Tehran in Iran, as well as variety of Turkish cities. Prices start with as little as £55.
With Ryanair you can enjoy flights to whole Europe and a bit further. You can see fiords in Norway if you fly to two airports in Oslo or Haugesund. On the other hand, if you need to escape London's weather with lots of rain, choose Marrakesh or Fez in Morocco. For winter skiing, you'll fly to Klagenfurt or Salzburg in Austria. Quite a lot of Ryanair's destination is located in Spain what allows you to see this great country from different angle.
Great offers you'll find also with Easy Jet flying to such places as Amman, capital of Jordan, Lisboa in Portugal. Luxor in Egypt, Madera, Moscow, Sardinia and Greek island Zakythos. Also Monarch's offer is impressive with such gems as Banjul in Gambia, Gibraltar, Goa and Sanford in Orlando (USA).
Prices of each flight varies but some of them can be really cheap, even as cheap as few pounds for return ticket, if you know how to look. It's amazing how many opportunities lay out there. So maybe it's time to start planning your summer holidays?