Unmissable tourist sites
Blackpool Travel guide
Blackpool : Michelin's recommendations
Thanks to the railway, thousands of holidaymakers have flocked to Blackpool every year since 1846. Today, about a third of its tourists come in the autumn, to see the famous glistening Blackpool illuminations. Popular leisure facilities include beaches that seem to go on forever, three piers or the fun park. A tramway, unique in Britain today, runs along the promenade's 11km, then continues towards the port of Fleetwood.
Tourist attractions Blackpool : Things to see and do
Promenade GB - Blackpool FY1 4BJ
The 158-m high Blackpool Tower was modelled on the Eiffel Tower. There is a splendid view from the top and the intervening levels include a ballroom and circus. It has been the symbol of the resort since it was erected in 1894.
14-16 HULL ROAD GB - BLACKPOOL FY1 4QB
"The location of the hotel is ideal for enjoying the excellent nightlife and attractions that Blackpool has to offer, with restaurants, shopping, major shows and car parking all to be found within a few minutes walk from the hotel. The promenade..
39-43 Albert Road GB - Blackpool FY1 4TA
Prix Prices from : 30 £
In Blackpool’s town centre, Calypso Hotel has free Wi-Fi in public areas and a 24-hour bar. Blackpool Tower and the Winter Gardens are a 2-minute walk away. The Cabaret Lounge offers entertainment, including music, dancing and games to suit all ages..
56-58 Central Drive GB - Blackpool FY1 5QB
A town centre hotel ideally placed for the beach and shops.Weekends offer a party atmosphere with a 4.00am bar and a karaoke, whilst mid-weeks are perfect for the families with many 4 bedded rooms offering fantastic value for money.Across from the se..