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Vacation Like the Elite in First Class Cornwall

Book discounted business class tickets to London, then take a quick train ride to Cornwall for seaside fun. - IFlyFirstClass

Once a favorite Regency-era seaside resort, Cornwall is still a wonderful coastal destination. Charming Cornwall is on the U.K.'s southwestern peninsula, ant it's one of the sunniest spots in the country. This sun-filled county is treasured by history buffs and active travelers. You can stroll through the Lost Gardens of Heligan and admire the medieval Tintagel Castle ruins. While there, explore the castle’s link to King Arthur and cross the spectacular bridge. Beautiful Cornwall is also known for its mining industry, and you can explore that heritage by touring Geevor Tin Mine and museum. Cornwall is most famous, though, for its beaches and unique culture. The best beaches are on the south side, perfect for surfing, sailing, rowing and kayaking. To enjoy all of Cornwall’s pleasures, you have several travel options. You’ll find the best deals on business class tickets to London. From London, take the romantic night train to Cornwall. In spring and summer, you may also be able to fly directly into Cornwall Airport Newquay from Frankfurt or Dusseldorf.

Relish Business Class Flights to Historic York

Make the most of your U.K. adventures with business class seats to York. - IFlyFirstClass

The ancient walled city of York overflows with spectacular architecture and captivating historic sites. The most beloved site is York Minster, the incredible and immense cathedral featuring stunning 15th-century stained glass windows. Head downstairs to experience the Undercroft interactive attraction or climb the central tower to see an excellent panorama. You can also tour the grand hilltop York Castle erected in the Norman era and enjoy a York Dungeon tour. Visitors delight in the Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum and Merchant Adventurers’ Hall. York’s theater scene is legendary, and it’s gorgeous theatrical venues include the Grand Opera House and Theatre Royal. While in York, be sure to sample the area’s notable food and drink. Beer is big in York, and you can spend a day pub crawling. To experience all of York’s considerable attractions, schedule your business class flights to land in Leeds-Bradford International Airport. You can also fly into Manchester Airport.

Take a First-Class Flight Through History in Chester

You’ll relish historic sites and modern attractions when you fly business class to Chester. - IFlyFirstClass

While all of the U.K. teems with history, Chester is especially fascinating. This city on the River Dee is thousands of years old, and its half-timber buildings are iconically medieval. While in Chester, you can visit the impressive 16th-century Chester Cathedral and the Roman Amphitheater. You can see historic Eastgate, browse Grosvenor Museum and admire Chester and Peckforton castles. It’s not all history, all the time in Chester though. The area has plenty of modern-day attractions that are sure to please the entire family. Chester Zoo is one of the best zoos in England, home to more than 20,000 animals. If sealife is more your thing, the Blue Planet Aquarium is a great spot to spend an afternoon. There’s also plenty of shopping, dining and recreation to be found in the region. You can revel in all of Chester’s activities by booking your business class seats on flights to any of the nearby international airports. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is closest, although Manchester and London airports are also convenient.

Make the Lake District Your Next First-Class Destination

Last minute vacations in the Lake District are rejuvenating and thrilling. - IFlyFirstClass

Peacefully scenic and lush, England’s Lake District is the ideal retreat from the bustling city. It is the country’s second largest national park and a popular spot for hiking. Located in the country’s northwest, the Lake District offers verdant hills, glass-like lakes, stunning waterfalls and abundant fresh air. You can cruise around Lake Windermere, hike the mighty Langdale routes or climb the towering Helvellyn. There are less-exerting activities here, too, including picturesque drives through Borrowdale. Many of England’s most beloved writers and artists lived in the Lake District, and it’s fun to tour their homesites. You can see Wordsworth’s cottage in Grasmere and Beatrix Potter’s house in Hill Top. If you’re heading directly to the Lake District for your U.K. vacation, you have several airport options. You can book last minute deals to Glasgow Airport and take the train to Lake District towns. You can also fly first class to Manchester Airport and take the train or a private car to the Lake District.

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