When to find the cheapest flights to Exeter
Exeter guide: how to get there, what to see
|Exeter city centre|
|Exeter International Airport (EXT): 5 mi from city centre|
Flights to Exeter: practical information
Cheap airlines to Exeter
Searching for cheap flights to Exeter? Take-off to this English city onboard Flybe from Paris, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Leeds. Thomson Airways also connects to Exeter International Airport (EXT) from across Europe including Alicante, Amsterdam and Dublin.
When to book flights to Exeter
Exeter isn't too touristy but a handsome city centre with great shopping, a stunning cathedral and an up and coming arts scene does make it a good stop while visiting Devon, especially in summer. Book your flights to Exeter three months in advance for the cheapest flights.
- Peak season: Summer and Christmas.
- Low season: Winter and spring.
Direct flights to Exeter take 1 hour 35 minutes from Glasgow.
Experience Exeter: what to see, what to do
Exeter's city centre is small and a treat to explore on foot while on holidays in Exeter. Wander the city walls, stop off at the cathedral, tour a castle and peek down Parliament Street, the narrowest street in the world.
Essentials in Exeter
Exeter Cathedral: This Gothic masterpiece is Exeter's biggest attraction. It has a gorgeous interior and the Cathedral Green is a great place to hang out on a warm summer evening.
Underground tours: As a medieval city, Exeter has a whole network of underground passages. Join a tour for less than a fiver and tour the old water system! Not for those who are claustrophobic!
Parliament Street: There's not too much to see here except that it's a ridiculously narrow street, supposedly the narrowest in the world. Great for a photo op!
Find more information on Exeter Tourism.
Accommodations in Exeter
Exeter has a good selection of hotels for a city of its size. It won't be too much trouble finding a hotel room at late notice but best to book your hotels in Exeter when you plan your trip, well in advance.