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|Bermuda city centre|
|L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA): 7 mi from city centre|
Is the Caribbean calling? Start planning your dream holiday with cheap flights to Bermuda International Airport (BDA). British Airways offers direct flights to Bermuda from London Gatwick. Aer Lingus, JetBlue and Virgin Atlantic also offer flights to Bermuda from London.
Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Bermuda has great weather practically year-round. The warmest time of the year, and most popular, is from April to October. Humidity is at its highest in August (at 84%) which can be uncomfortable for some visitors. Book your flights to Bermuda at least half-year before you plan to travel for the cheapest flight prices.
Direct flights to Bermuda take just less than 8 hours from London.
Bermuda's fine weather and white sand beaches tempt holiday-makers from around the world. Hamilton offers up some great nightlife and dining while the surrounding coral reef is the perfect place to dive and snorkel. Historic towns and pink sand beaches will certainly delight.
Town of St George: This is Britain's oldest surviving town in the New World, a title that has gained it UNESCO World Heritage status. It's a remarkable place that every visitor on holidays in Bermuda should visit.
Paget Parish: If you want to explore under the water, the crystal clear waters off Paget Parish are perfect. Take your snorkel gear to Elbow Beach where you'll find plenty of colourful fish and a few shipwrecks too!
Horseshoe Bay: Bermuda is famous for its pink sand beaches and this is one of the most popular ones. The rocky areas just out from the beach are perfect for snorkelers. This is probably the most photographed beach in Bermuda and is definitely busy during peak tourist season.
Find more information on Go to Bermuda.
Hotels in Bermuda tend to be more expensive than elsewhere in the Caribbean but if you book far enough ahead, you can find a good deal. For cheap hotels in Bermuda the shoulder seasons are your best bet when room prices can drop dramatically.