When Travelling In And Around The Tourist City Blackpool

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Every year, more than 15 million tourists and travelers come to blackpool, and that makes this beautiful city as the busiest tourist destination of Europe. You can get there with lots of ways, either by plane, bus or train. However, in terms of public transport, this beautiful tourist spot has several links to UK cities and towns, which connects Blackpool to other cities.

From the Talbot Road Bus Station and the National Express have coaches that travel to Manchester London, Birmingham and other places directly. Besides, there are connections to Newcastle, Nottingham and indirect services to the airports in Manchester, Gatwick and Heathrow as well. Blackpool North that connects Blackpool to the major cities of the UK and Blackpool South, which services local places, are two prime train stations in the city. The North station of the town is situated near the Winter Gardens, North Pier and Tower, and has a direct service to Manchester. However, the South station is placed near Pleasure Beach, and has direct services to St. Anne’s, Preston and Lytham.

Generally, people come to this tourist destination throughout the year, but a huge crowd can be seen during the summer months (September and October) as well as during the Illuminations season. Travelling there by car will usually leave you caught up in traffic so you need to brace yourself with some congestion with the route. The M6 exit leading to the M55 is the most traffic-prone locale as the traffic jams can take five minutes to 20 minutes.

Once you arrive in Blackpool, there is no need to worry about a place to park because over 8,000 parking spaces alone in central Blackpool. Besides, you also no need worry about Blackpool accommodation as you can find Blackpool hotels at every place, particularly near tourist places. Those travelers are traveling with your family, and then family guest houses in Blackpool are the best option for them. Some important driving directions for your convenience are given below:

  1. Traveling from the North: You just need to follow the M6 heading to the south up to junction 32 and all the way to the M55 until you see the Blackpool signpost. Now take the M55 exit at junction 4 and go straight until you arrive at the A583..
  2. Traveling from the South: Just follow the M6 heading to the north up to junction 32 and all the way to the M55 until you see the Blackpool signpost. Now take the M55 exit at junction 4 and go straight until you get to the A583.

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