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Cheap flights from Hobart

Hobart is the historic and waterfront capital of Tasmania, Australia. Famous for its Georgian buildings and crisp air, Hobart has several main attractions including Mount Wellington, the Derwent River, Salamanca place and Battery Point. Seeking a more relaxed holiday? Sit back and unwind in one of the many waterside restaurants and dine on fresh seafood while enjoying a panoramic view of the Derwent River.

The Hobart Airport is located just 17 kilometres or a 15 minute drive from the city, as the two are conveniently connected by dual-lane highway. On top of several international airlines, the major domestic airlines that serve the airport are Qantas, Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia and Tiger Airways Australia. The airport also has a hotel - Travelodge Hobart Airport hotel, which is perfect for passengers with early morning flights.

Getting to the Airport

You can get to and from the airport via shuttle bus, taxi or rental car. The Tasmanian Redline Airporter bus can also get you to the airport. Return of rental cars can be done easily at multiple sites across the airport. Leaving Hobart?

Be sure you have not missed these 3 locations!

Salamanca Place

Salamanca is the core of the city's' cultural and social life. The street, featuring 19th century sandstone buildings, is filled with theatres, restaurants, galleries, cafes, places to stay and all kinds of shops open all year round. Salamanca Place is also famous for its regular Saturday 'Salamanca Market', which sells mainly fresh produce and local art.

Battery Point

One of Hobart’s oldest and most historic areas, Battery Point is famed for the large number of homes, apartments, and historical cottages built out of sandstone. It is also connected to Salamanca by Kelly’s Steps, constructed out of massive sandstone blocks in the 1830. If you are someone who enjoys history-rich sites, do not miss out on this landmark!

Wellington Park

Be awed by the immense Mount Wellington, standing at 1,271 m above sea leave. The park which the mountain calls home stretches over 20km west of its peak and encompasses 18,250ha. It is easily accessible from Hobart, and once there, you also can choose to enjoy a relaxing stroll through the forest or travel along the historic Pipeline Track on horse or mountain bike.

Hyped up for your next trip? Consider these 3 destinations that will definitely not disappoint!

San Francisco, U.S.A

While in the City by the Bay, take an obligatory selfie at the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. If you are on a road trip, a drive down the crooked stretch of Lombard Street is a must-do as well! Take a day trip to Napa Valley and buy a few bottles of Chardonnay, before enjoying the Chardonnay with fresh seafood at Fisherman’s Wharf or on a sunset cruise along the San Francisco Bay.

Suva, Fiji

Partake in a large range of cultural activities at the capital city of Fiji and experience the profound beauty of its colonial history. Not interested in history? Suva also offers voguish shopping malls, farmers markets, cheap eateries and restaurants, entertainment, parks and gardens, museums and a vibrant nightlife.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Needless to say, the most iconic landmark of Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Twin Towers. Standing at 452m, the Twin Towers might have lost its crown as world’s tallest building when Taipei 101 came along, but it is still a sight to behold. You can also shop at the Suria KLCC mall at the foot of the towers. Other attractions in the capital city of Malaysia include a Petrosains museum and an oceanarium (Aquaria), both in close proximity of the towers.

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