190. Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton, United Kingdom. The town where I always think I should be adding an extra “h” when I write it. If you like to awe at cruise ships then this is the place to see them. It’s also the home of the QE2, Queen Mary 2, the names go on and on. Sometimes the weather is a bit foggy though, so you may not see much :-). But its great to head down there. It is also where you must first get to in order to visit the Isle of Wight.
Southampton, United Kingdom is located in the southern part of the United Kingdom with easy access to the English Channel. It’s just west of Portsmouth and Brighton a little further down the coast.
How To Get Here
The nearest major airport is Southampton Airport (SOU). You may also fly into any of the UK major airports though and then take a train to Southampton.
The following airlines serve the Southampton Airport (SOU):
Aer Lingus (EI), aurigny channel islands (GR), BMI Regional (BM), Eastern Airways (T3), flybe. (BE), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL) and Volotea (V7).
If you are already in the region you can take the drive. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions. Remember they drive on the left here.
No. But the the Red Funnel ferry goes to the nearby Isle of Wight. Journey times is about 55 minutes.
By Cruise Ship
The Port of Southampton is a major cruise ship port, so check with your favorite cruise line for a schedule that suits you.
Where To Stay
The major hotel brands are all represented here as well as some local brands. So you won’t have any trouble finding some place to stay.
Where To Eat
There are lots of places to get all types of food here. And of course there are local pubs so you can grab a pint. There are some that are close to the port so you can walk outside and watch ships come and go.
What To Do
==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.
==>> Check out some tours from Viator.
==>> Lonely Planet has some additional information.
Language: British English
Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP)
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