Blackpool, Lancashire

There's lots to see and do in Lancashire. A hot air balloon flight may be perfect for a birthday gift or special celebration.

The seaside town of Blackpool is situated on the Fylde Coast between Lytham St Annes and Cleveleys. The famous Blackpool Tower can be seen from many miles away especially from the coastline at Southport (Merseyside) across the sandy estuary of the River Ribble. The promenade ‘Golden Mile’ provides a continuous walkway from Blackpool South, close to its International Airport, to Blackpool North at Bispham. There are three piers along the promenade which once provided sheltered places for relaxation, dancing and theatrical productions but today are mainly walkways, amusement arcades and summer shows. The town has a good selection of theatres, churches, hospitals, shops, splendid hotels, guest houses and a zoo as well as many attractive parks and gardens to visit. Blackpool’s football stadium at Bloomfield Road is located within a short walk from the beach and promenade and easy access to the A55 motorway. No visitor could leave Blackpool without a walk along one of the piers which reach out into the Irish Sea or listen to the Worlitzer Organ in the Tower Ballroom The Tower Ballroom is the venue for Dances and shows throughout the year. Passengers on flights across the Irish Sea to local airportscan, dependimg on the weather, have magnificent views of the sandy coastline from Fleetwood to the north of the Fylde to the docklands at Bootle (Merseyside).

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