The Isle of Man is an interesting location since it’s between Great Britain and Ireland, however, the Isle of Man is a self-governing British crown dependency.
While being between two beautiful countries, the tourism of the Isle of Man is mainly geared towards British and Irish tourists.
There are a lot of things to know when it comes to travelling to the Isle of Man.
To get to the Isle of Man is rather simple, you have two options. Going by plane or by boat. If you choose to travel by plane, you’ll end up at the Isle of Main airport which is located near Castletown, a great place so you can get your tourism activities started right away.
Flying is for many the quickest and most convenient way to get to the Isle of Man and it is easy to see why. Latest statistics show that the latest number of visitors to the island chooses to go to the airport.
Not to mention that by going to the airport and arriving at Castletown, you can get a cab or rent a car and go to Douglas, which is only about fifteen-to-twenty minutes away.
However, if you choose to get there by boat, you’ll experience a journey on a ferry that will take you to the capital of Isle of Man, which is, of course, the city of Douglas.
There are plenty of ways to choose the ferry since there are about five options on the Ferry. Once you reach your destination at Douglas, you can use a local bus or railway. With this, you’ll save a little money and you’ll get used to the public transportation system of the island.
The railways are a great way to explore the island while you sit down and relax by looking at the landscape and surroundings of Isle of Man, and it is the optimal choice to save a little money until you get to your destination.