Portsmouth does not contain an airport, so visitors wishing to reach here via plane can find flights via the closest facilities of Southampton, Bournemouth, or London's Heathrow and Gatwick. Southampton Airport is situated around 40 kilometres away and operates flights from destinations such as Dublin, Aberdeen, Alicante, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Belfast, Paris, Geneva, Manchester, Newcastle, Nice, Hamburg, Jersey, Verona, and Salzburg. Bournemouth Airport is situated slightly over 80 kilometres away from Portsmouth city centre, and services flights from Dublin, Malaga, Girona, Funchal, Pisa, Malta, Naples, Tenerife, and Ibiza. Visitors can reach the city from the airports by rental car, taxi. Portsmouth is also well connected to London and other major UK cities by train and bus.
This historic port city was once a major centre for trade and commerce and remains an exciting city on account of its docks and bustling waterfront. The Royal Marines Museum, with its Victorian setting and interesting displays, offer interactive learning for children and adults alike. Avid discount hunters and shoppers will enjoy Gunwharf Quays looking for deals on branded clothing outlets, or taking a refreshing break from the morning's shopping at the restaurants and cafes lining the streets. The Royal Garrison Church, dating back to the 13th century, was reconstructed after being bombed during the Second World War, and offers interesting glimpses into medieval architectural styles.
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