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Monday, 10 February 2014

Get Loved Up Location Guide From Belfast City Airport

Inspiration for a last minute Valentine's Day weekend getaway

Valentine's Day in London

London is for lovers on Valentine's Day. The city has the ideal mix of cool, quirky, sweet and spectacular.
Impress your date with panoramic views, catch a West End show, take a romantic stroll, snuggle up in a cosy pub or soak up some history and culture.
There are flights to London 7 days a week. AerLingus fly to both London Heathrow and London Gatwick 3 times daily, BritishAirways fly to London Heathrow up to 6 times daily.Flybe continue to fly to Gatwick until the end of March 2014.

Fall in love with Glasgow

Have a bonny break this Valentine’s Day in Glasgow.
The Scottish city has been hailed by both Rough Guides and The Telegraph as one of the top places to visit in 2014.
Why not seek out historic sites, or stroll hand in hand through the city's parks and gardens.
Whatever you choose to do you are guaranteed to be wooed by this cool, vibrant and stylish city. Flybe fly to Glasgow up to 4 times daily - 7 days a week - from Belfast City Airport.

Adventure on the Isle of Man

The Isle of man is a true adventure playground for lovers of the great outdoors, the Island’s varied terrain and extensive coastline lends itself perfectly to those who want to get out and about.
Whether you’re a thrill seeking couple who wants to try your hand at watersports, mountain bikers keen to explore some of the best trails in the British Isles or walkers keen to scale the challenging coastal footpaths – you’ll find an activity to suit. Citywing fly to the Isle of Man up to 7 times daily – 7 days a week – from Belfast City Airport.

Cuddle in Cardiff

Escape to Wales with the one you love. You could explore the sights and sounds of Cardiff. Experiencing the culinary delights the capital has to offer and pick up that perfect present in one of the many boutiques.Flybe fly to Cardiff once a day – 7 days a week - from Belfast City Airport.

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